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> Could the office clinic start posing a competitive threat to primary care practices? The Wall Street Journal explored its evolving role as employers aim to cut health costs. Article

> A new bill is on the floor in Massachusetts to strengthen oversight of compounding pharmacies, the Boston Globe reported. Article

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> FierceHealthcare explored why low-income patients may prefer the hospital to office-based care. Article

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> Most patients think they're far healthier than they actually are, FierceHealthPayer reported. Article

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> Download these apps and call me in the morning. FierceMobileHealthcare described the ways mobile applications are helping patients and doctors alike. Article

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