Why docs don't need an MBA; Hacking causes most breaches; and much more

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> Aspiring physician entrepreneurs take note: Healthcare is full of problems you may be poised to help solve, but an MBA may not be necessary to do so, according to a post from Forbes. Post

> Why physicians should address--not ignore--conflicts in the exam room, according to a patient-authored post on the KevinMD blog. Post

> Now that the conversation has been started about discussing end-of-life, physicians can learn from one another, according to STAT. Article

Health IT News

> The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services this week published a final rule clarifying requirements behind face-to-face encounters for Medicaid beneficiaries to be eligible to receive home health services; the rule outlines that telehealth can be used for such encounters. Article

> Hacking is at the top of the list of sources of healthcare data leaks in 2015, according to a Bitglass report; hacking accounted for 98 percent of breaches last year. Article

And Finally… If you can't beat 'em. Article