CMS slashes BRCA testing payments; Ohio healthcare sector primed for big gains in next decade;

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> The American Hospital Association has filed an amicus brief calling for the Minnesota Supreme Court to affirm a ruling allowing hospital governing boards to amend bylaws governing medical staff, according to AHA News Now. Article

> The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has reduced reimbursements for BRCA genetic testing by nearly half, Medscape reports. Article

> Ohio's healthcare sector is projected to lead the nation in employment gains over the next decade, the Norwalk Reflector reports. Article

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> Many healthcare organizations are leery of cloud storage, but the solution can make sense as the data they're keeping proliferates. Article

> One of the main problems digital health faces is the fundamental connection between user and device, according to Forbes contributor John Nosta. Article

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