Metro-Health in OH cutting back to break even; Skyrocketing cost of healthcare linked to how we pay;

> The Metro-Health System in Ohio will cut back 112 jobs just to break even financially in 2009. Article

> The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement has released a report claiming that the skyrocketing cost of healthcare is linked to the fact that we pay for quantity of healthcare rather than quality. Article

> Compensation management technology has saved the Blues in Vermont nearly half a million dollars. Article

> Healthier, higher-income patients are continuing to flock to consumer-directed plans in greater numbers. Article

And Finally... I wonder what the Des Moines residents thought when the flamingo flew over their house. Article

Suggested Articles

Presidential candidate Kamala Harris wants to get rid of the tax break drug companies get for DTC ads

Healthcare software company Phreesia closed its first day of trading as a public company Thursday about 40% above its set price.

Growing the biosimilar market could lead to significant healthcare cost savings, according to a new report.