Allina Health to remove unhealthy food options; AMA gives $1 million in grants for medical school training;

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> Allina Health is joining other health systems in Minnesota and around the United States to remove unhealthy food options from its hospitals and facilities, according to Bring Me The News. Article

> The American Medical Association gave grants of $1 million each to 11 medical schools to fund creative ways to prepare students better for their physician careers, MedPage Today reports. Article

> Adeptus Health puts central Ohio hospital and emergency room projects on hold, according to The Columbus Dispatch. Article

Practice Management News

> Although the long-term impacts of emerging delivery and reimbursement models remain to be seen, a new survey from The Commonwealth Fund and The Kaiser Family Foundation shows a mixed bag of primary care physician reactions to transformation. Article

> While the majority of online reviews about physician practices are positive, patients who are unhappy with their experiences aren't shy about sharing it. Most types of healthcare providers earn an average of 4 out of 5 stars, according to a review of Yelp data from ProPublica, but doctor offices got the most critical feedback, with an average rating of 3.6, NPR reported. Article

And finally… Dancing days are here again. Article

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