Health Care

Maryland Medical Office Complex w/ASC, Digestive Care Center Sold

Shady Grove Professional Centers I and II, 103,249 square foot multi-tenant medical office buildings in Rockville, Maryland, have been sold. The buildings were sold by Anchor Health Properties and MedProperties and acquired by a subsidiary of global property manager Heitman LLC. Office space is 87% leased, with more than 15 ASCs and medical specialties, including …

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Holland & Knight Health Dose: September 13, 2022 |  Insights |  Holland & Knight

Holland & Knight Health Dose: September 13, 2022 | Insights | Holland & Knight

Holland & Knight Health Dose is an in-depth weekly dose of legislative and regulatory information to keep stakeholders up to date on events in Washington, DC impacting the healthcare industry. This week’s topics include: Congress this week: government funding Name of ARPA-H Director Quick shots Senators call on Congress to ‘reimagine’ mental health HHS OIG …

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The 340B Drug Pricing Program: Challenges and Solutions - AAF

The 340B Drug Pricing Program: Challenges and Solutions – AAF

Congress established the 340B Drug Pricing Program in 1992 to increase access to lower-cost care for patients. In new research, health care policy analyst Jackson Hammond explores the problems with the 340B program, considers the consequences of the program’s pitfalls, and offers potential solutions. Key points: The 340B drug pricing program has grown dramatically since …

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FBI sheds light on cybersecurity risks of obsolete medical devices

FBI sheds light on cybersecurity risks of obsolete medical devices

On Tuesday, tThe FBI has released a report offering recommendations to address a number of cybersecurity vulnerabilities in active medical devices from outdated software, as well as the lack of safety features in older hardware. Once exploited, the vulnerabilities could impact healthcare facility operations, patient safety, privacy and data integrity. If a cyberattacker takes control, …

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Thomas Kaplan becomes Washington domestic policy editor |  The New York Times Company

Thomas Kaplan becomes Washington domestic policy editor | The New York Times Company

We are very pleased to announce that Thomas Kaplan, who served as weekend editor in Washington on Saturday, will take over the portfolio of associate editor overseeing our domestic policy and health care coverage. He is superbly qualified for the job. Before becoming our Saturday editor, when he ran the bureau for half the weekend …

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Gongos is promoted to Vice President of Healthcare

Gongos is promoted to Vice President of Healthcare September 12, 2022 Gongos, an American specialist in “customer-centric” information, has promoted Meaghan Hafner to the position of vice president of healthcare. Gongos says it “operationalizes customer centricity” by helping companies understand and act on customer needs. The company was acquired in January this year by online …

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New Health Coverage Option Opens in Marquette, Provides Alternative to Traditional Health Insurance

New Health Coverage Option Opens in Marquette, Provides Alternative to Traditional Health Insurance

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – Marquette got a new direct primary care option with a different pricing guide on Monday. North Country Health offers an alternative to traditional health insurance coverage – coverage in which patients pay a fixed monthly fee to access services and medications. “There are a lot of people who work very hard …

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