Two physician-owned hospitals may switch to non-profits; More employers offering worksite primary care services;

> Employers are increasingly offering on-the-job health clinics and, in a blow to providers, many are expanding worksite clinics to include primary healthcare services, reports the Washington Post. Article

> Medical home visits are coming back in fashion, as providers determine them to be more cost effective than ER visits or hospital stays, reports the Miami Herald. Article

> In order for telemedicine to extend the reach healthcare services across the United States, as well as improve the coordination of care, the model needs to be incorporated into the healthcare system, according a study published in Health Affairs. Study

> Two physician-owned Indiana University Health hospitals may switch to nonprofit status soon, reports the Desert Sun. Officials cite provisions in the reform law that make it nearly impossible for physician-owned hospitals to expand. Article

> Legislative leaders in North Carolina don't support WakeMed's hostile takeover bid for Rex Healthcare, according to the News & Observer. Article

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