Healthcare Data Digest, September 2, 2011
September 2, 2011 Volume 1 Issue 35

Welcome to this week's Healthcare Data Digest. In case you missed any of this week's headlines in our Twitter news feed, you can view them now:

  1. Hospitalization Rates Rise for Children with Psychiatric Disorders

  2. Drug Shortages Lead to High Price Mark-Ups, Safety Issues

  3. 90 Percent of Heart Attack Patients Treated in Recommended Time

  4. New Chart: Top 5 Ways to Measure Tobacco Cessation ROI

  5. People Live Longer With Certain Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors

  6. 17 Percent of Cancer Nurses Unintentionally Exposed to Chemotherapy

  7. New Video Tracks Evolution of Embedded Case Managers

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