Hospital building boom slows down in Seattle; Adopting best practices key to data security;

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> Hospital building boom experiences a slowdown in Seattle, thanks to natural construction cycles and healthcare reform uncertainty. Article

> Maine Gov. Paul LePage vowed to veto every bill until the Legislature passes his plan to repay the $484 million owed to the state's hospitals. Article

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> When it comes to cancer treatment, it's where you are that really matters--new research shows that for patients with advanced head and neck cancers, which hospital they were treated at significantly influenced their survival. Article

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> A commentary in the New England Journal of Medicine calls on healthcare organizations to adopt best practices to ensure data privacy and security. Article

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