Allscripts, NantHealth join forces; 3-D printing could help to customize radiology treatments;

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> Allscripts and NantHealth announced this week a collaboration on an "integrated, evidence-based, personalized approach to healthcare solutions" that will take advantage of clinical data and enable physicians to make decisions based on genomic and proteomic analysis. Announcement

> 3-D printing could help to customize interventional radiology treatments based on individual patient needs, according to research being presented this week at the Society of Interventional Radiology's Annual Scientific Meeting in Atlanta. Announcement

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> Nina Pham, one of two Texas nurses who contracted Ebola while treating the first patient diagnosed with the virus in America, will sue her employer's parent company, Texas Health Resources. Article

> A non-profit group advocates a drastic reform of veterans' healthcare that would turn the Veterans Health Administration into a not-for-profit corporation, among other measures. The study, sponsored by Concerned Veterans for America, makes several recommendations for veterans' healthcare. Article

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> Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina--the state's largest insurer--closed 2014 with a net loss of $50.6 million, the insurer announced last week.This is the insurer's first financial loss since 1999. Article

And Finally... Karma police. Article