Monthly Archives: August 2012

2012 Annual Conference

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Brand Emails Promoting Pinterest Get Strong Open, Click Rates

See on Scoop.it – MyHealthConnects Online Marketing News Pinterest is seeing explosive growth in social media market share across the world, up 5124% in share of visits to all social media sites in North America, according to new… See on … Continue reading

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Brand Emails Promoting Pinterest Get Strong Open, Click Rates

See on Scoop.it – MyHealthConnects Online Marketing News Pinterest is seeing explosive growth in social media market share across the world, up 5124% in share of visits to all social media sites in North America, according to new… See on … Continue reading

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First Glance at the Stage 2 Final Rule: Impact on Rural Hospitals

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Hospitals Look To Become Insurers, As Well As Providers Of Care | GantDaily.com

See on Scoop.it – MyHealthConnects Online Marketing News New York, NY, United States (KaiserHealth) – Michael Dowling, a burly Ireland native running one of New York’s largest hospital networks, is preparing to… See on gantdaily.com

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Hospitals Slow to Embrace ACOs – MedPage Today

See on Scoop.it – MyHealthConnects Online Marketing News MedPage TodayHospitals Slow to Embrace ACOsMedPage TodayWASHINGTON — Although the vast majority of surveyed hospitals aren’t yet ready to participate in accountable care organizations (ACOs), supporters of ACOs shouldn’t panic, according to … Continue reading

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Hospitals gripe about health insurers, too | 89.3 KPCC

See on Scoop.it – MyHealthConnects Online Marketing News In a survey hospitals ranked the best and worse insurers. While WellPoint ranked last in key categories, Cigna and Aetna came out on top. See on http://www.scpr.org

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