UCLA Health System President calls medical billing "totally crazy"; 3 keys to cut down on physician stress;

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> A registered nurse has filed a proposed collection action against Tenet Healthcare Corp., alleging her former employer denies workers uninterrupted meal breaks and refuses to pay them for working off the clock, according to Law360. The proposed class includes all registered nurses, technicians and patient access employees working at Tenet's imaging and urgent care centers in Texas. Article

> Reinforcing the need for better price transparency, the president of UCLA Health System admits he doesn't understand UCLA's medical pricing and calls some of the costs "totally crazy," the Los Angeles Times reported. Article

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> With work-life balance meaning something different to everyone, FiercePracticeManagement explores three keys to cutting down on physician stress. Article

> Most Medicare physicians will incur penalties in 2015 if they don't boost their performance with the program's Physician Quality Reporting System now. Article

> The critical care transport team at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del., replaced their cell phones with iPads, running the Apple's FaceTime video conferencing app, and gave the technology an overwhelming endorsement. Article

And Finally… Hospital loses accreditation over karaoke. Article