More healthcare jobs require robotics experience; Study says healthcare law may close gap in mental health coverage

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> During June, more than 3,400 healthcare jobs in the United States required robotics experience and skills, growing 32% year-over-year, according to Wanted Analytics. Announcement

> A new study indicates that the national healthcare reform law may close gaps in mental health coverage. Article

> A lawsuit claims Carolinas HealthCare System has violated public record law. Article

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> Despite a multitude of reports that many providers are struggling with the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10, the American Hospital Association and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association recently assured Congress that its members are on track for implementation. Article

> The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society has unveiled a resource aimed at helping providers and payers evaluate the impact of their technology decisions. Article

And Finally… Far out, (cave)man. Article

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