Anesthesiologist gets 10 years for pill mill; Some patients have better heart outcomes when cardiologists are gone;

News From Around the Web

> A New York judge sentenced Stan Xuhui Li, M.D., to a minimum of 10 years and 8 months in prison for recklessly causing the overdose of deaths of two patients with a prescription-selling operation, according to Medscape. Article

> Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center will offer a multi-disciplinary clinic that aims to curb moderate to severe fall injuries, according to an announcement from the university. Announcement

> Certain high-risk heart patients have a better chance of surviving if they visit a teaching hospital when its cardiologists are out of town, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Study abstract

Health Finance News

> The Ebola bump proved to be only a temporary financial crisis for Texas Health Presbyterian, according to Becker's Hospital Review. Article

> Even if a hospital succeeds in cutting readmissions, it could still experience steep financial penalties from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, according to a new report by the Altarum Institute's Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness. Article

And Finally… Tweet control. Article

Suggested Articles

Buoyed by strong demand for its stock, GoodRx raised $1.1 billion in its IPO after pricing its deal well above its expected price range.

Telehealth company Amwell saw its stock spike 42% in its first day of trading Thursday after raising an outsized initial public offering.

A new report outlines major telehealth policy recommendations but one physician group says the changes don't go far enough to support doctors.