Docs predict death 3 days out; Shorter shifts might not mean less burnout;

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> Researchers have identified eight signs for diagnosing death within three days among cancer patients, according to a new report from Cancer. Report

> Shorter duty schedules do not necessarily lead to less burnout and better patient outcomes, according to a report from the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Report

Payer News

> Almost 6.5 million consumers who purchased coverage in states using Healthcare.gov saved an average of $268 a month on their premiums. Article

> Three insurers--Anthem, Humana and UnitedHealth--hope to compel their members to eat better by partnering with local grocery stores. Article

Mobile Healthcare News

> Physicians and medical practitioners are far from ditching longstanding healthcare strategies in favor of wearables. Article

And Finally… Better wash her mouth out with soap. Article

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