Intermountain names new CEO; Opiod scrips down for first time in decades;

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> Intermountain Healthcare has named the Cleveland Clinic's A. Marc Harrison, M.D., as its new president and CEO effective this October. Announcement

> For the first time in 20 years, opioid prescriptions are on the decline, according to an article published by The New York Times. Article

> Details matter in establishing the right hospital culture, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital CEO James Downing, M.D., told the Memphis Daily News in an interview. Article

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> The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT should consider developing a Precision Medicine Initiative addendum to its Interoperability Roadmap, the agency's Precision Medicine Task Force recommended this week. Article

> As the end of the first year under ICD-10 fast approaches, physicians who filed claims under the Medicare Part B physician fee schedule must be mindful that the end of the one-year grace period from post-payment reviews also looms. Article

And Finally… These Pixar promos are getting out of hand. Article

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