Philly hospitals spent $6M on papal visit; Man dies outside Indiana hospital after shooting at police;

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> Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has upheld a decision to dismiss a doctor for making what administrators considered to be anti-LGBT remarks to colleagues, according to the New Boston Post. Article

> Local hospitals spent $6 million during Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia, according to Philly.com. Article

> A man died after shooting at Indiana state police officers outside Parkview Huntington Hospital Friday night, according to WANE. Article

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> Telemedicine is both a clinically and cost-effective manner for treating patients with mental disorders, according to a research analysis published this month in the journal Telemedicine and e-Health. Article

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> Medicare will provide complete data at the national level to a San Francisco-based for-profit start-up company with the goal of providing the most accurate physician information to patients so they can make the best decisions for their healthcare needs, according to an article from U.S. News & World Report. Article

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