CMS set to release findings from Theranos inspection; Flint, Michigan, medical center reports possible cyberattack;

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> Results of an inspection into lab testing company Theranos by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will soon be revealed. According to people familiar with the matter, as reported by the Wall Street Journal, the findings could spell big trouble for the company, including the possibility of suspension from the Medicare program. Article

> Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan, is carefully monitoring its IT systems after a possible cyberattack last week, The Epoch Times reports. The attack happened after hacker group Anonymous warned it would take action in the wake of findings that the water in the city is tainted with lead. Anonymous has not said it is responsible for the attack. Article

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> Leadership in healthcare requires a different skill set than it does in other types of businesses, Robert Pearl, M.D., CEO of the Permanente Medical Group, wrote in a recent commentary for Forbes. Article

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> Federal regulators have banned Cigna from selling new Medicare products because of issues with its Part C and Part D plans that increased enrollees' out-of-pocket expenses which led to delays or denials in receiving medical services and prescription drugs. Article

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