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July 17, 2017

Weekly review: Could you live past 115? Maybe so, researchers say

Daily Briefing

Could you live past 115? Maybe so, researchers say (July 10)

In five rebuttal papers published in the journal Nature, researchers are pushing back against a controversial study published last year that argued the human lifespan cannot be extended past about 115 years.

461 hospitals, health systems named as 'Most Wired' (July 11)

Twenty-seven participants, all of whom are Advisory Board members, were recognized for meeting the list's criteria for the "advanced" designation in all areas of Hospitals & Health Networks' Most Wired survey.

5 health system CEOs: Senate bill would be 'painful'—so Congress should work with us (July 12)

Writing in The Hill, leaders of five not-for-profit health systems called on Congress to work with them to draft health reform legislation that would improve health care quality and ensure U.S. residents keep their health coverage.

The new Senate bill is out. Here's what you need to know. (July 13)

Here are the key details of how the revised Senate GOP health care bill would change Medicaid, the individual market, and more—including a provision that would allow insurers to sell exchange plans that don't comply with the Affordable Care Act's requirements.

Our 4 biggest takeaways from the revised Senate bill (July 14)

Advisory Board's chief research officer, Chas Roades, lays out what providers need to know about the latest changes to the Senate GOP health care bill.

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