Former CFO wanted for embezzling; Rockland hospital set to close after acquisition falls through;

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> Florida Atlantic University's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing has developed a guide on evidence-based best practices for hospital transfers for nursing home residents and their families. Announcement

> A warrant is out for the arrest of Norilina Harvel, the former chief financial officer of Bonner General Health, a 48-bed acute care hospital in Standpoint, Idaho, on charges she embezzled $220,000 from the hospital, according to the Bonner County Daily Bee. Article

> After the last-minute failure of a deal to sell Rockland, New York's Summit Park Hospital and Nursing Care Center, the facility is set to close by the end of the year, according to the Journal News. Article

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> Physician practices are enjoying a windfall from the Affordable Care Act, with many of them collecting a little more revenue since the reform law went into effect, according to a new issue brief from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Article

> A big New Jersey insurer has created a tiered network from scratch that has excluded many of the state's biggest hospitals, leading executives to engage in behavior ranging from head-scratching to claims of religious discrimination. Article

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