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An Appeal to Incoming President Trump

Thursday, November 10, 2016 | Larry Sobal | 0 Comments

Larry Sobal has a few suggestions for our new President, and they’re all about improving health care. 

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Innovation and Enlightenment: CV Conference Highlights and Insights

Thursday, November 3, 2016 | Larry Sobal | 0 Comments

Larry Sobal summarizes the highlights of last weekend’s CV Transforum conference in Austin, MedAxiom’s largest fall conference ever

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Questions for CV Leaders That Still Need to Be Answered

Thursday, October 27, 2016 | Larry Sobal | 0 Comments

After a year of unprecedented change impacting heart programs, Larry Sobal revisits 16 important questions that need to be explored. Do you have the answers?

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Does CMS?s ?Other? Announcement Signal a More Physician-Friendly Strategy?

Thursday, October 20, 2016 | Larry Sobal | 0 Comments

It’s a recent announcement that seems to be flying under the radar, but Larry Sobal raises it to eye-level in this week’s blog post, as he examines a new CMS pilot program that aims to improve the physician experience.

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What Do CMS?s Hospital Star Ratings Really Tell Us?

Thursday, October 13, 2016 | Larry Sobal | 0 Comments

On a scale of one to five, how would you rate your hospital or health system? As Larry Sobal interprets CMS’s star rating system, he suggests finding the answer may not be as easy as it seems.

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Why Isn?t Health Care a Major Election Topic?

Thursday, October 6, 2016 | Larry Sobal | 0 Comments

It’s a polarizing election year, with the presidential candidates pushing dramatically different plans on a range of national issues. In this week’s blog post, Larry Sobal takes the middle ground to highlight each candidate’s plan for health care, as he questions why the topic is getting lost in the election discussion.

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