ICD-10 rule reaches OMB; Eye sensor could track changes in pressure;

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> The interim final rule for implementing ICD-10 by October 1, 2015, has finally arrived at the Office of Management and Budget, ICD10monitor reports. OMB has 90 days to review the rule. Article

> Engineers at the University of Washington have designed an eye sensor that would track hard-to-measure changes in eye pressure. The data would be transmitted wirelessly and could be an easier way to measure eye pressure for care of glaucoma. Announcement

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> Hospital administrators who want to strengthen their organizations' relationships with female patients should emphasize care quality and outcomes, according to a new report from Healthgrades. Article

> In an effort to boost employee morale and provide a living wage, one Texas hospital will use money once designated for executive bonuses to give its frontline employees a raise, according to Think Progress. Article

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> The cost for the same service varies greatly across the 30 most populous U.S. cities, according to a new analysis from Castlight Health. Article

And Finally... They're just monkeying around. Article

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