Clinic for transgender children opens in Texas; Amazon helps Washington healthcare system improve patient engagement;

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> Some heart transplant recipients claim Scott and White Hospital in central Texas broke its promise to provide them iwth life-saving medication for free, according to KVUE News. Article

> Providence Health & Services has hired a team of experts from Amazon to help the not-for-profit Catholic healthcare system in Washington create closer ties with consumers, according to Hospital & Health Networks Daily's interview with Aaron Martin, Providence's senior vice president for strategy and innovation. Interview

> A children's hospital in Texas has opened a clinic for transgender children, The Eagle reports. Article

Practice Management News

> The American Medical Association has voted in favor of the creation of a process to screen and assess the competency of aging physicians', according to an announcement from last week's annual meeting. Article

> Physicians' path to re-entry after a prolonged break from practicing hasn't gotten much smoother amid a growing workforce shortage in primary care, according to an article from Kaiser Health News. Article

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