October 16, 2017

Weekly review: Trump signs health insurance executive order. Here's what you need to know.

Daily Briefing

5 ways employers must respond to the 'loneliness epidemic,' according to Vivek Murthy  (Monday, Oct. 9)
Writing for Harvard Business Review, former U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy spotlights the growing "loneliness epidemic," its risks to health and happiness—and five ways to fight back, beginning in the workplace.

When not to say 'thanks for coming to our hospital' and other patient experience tips from 7 leaders (Tuesday, Oct. 10)
The Daily Briefing asked several iRound for Patient Experience members to share their best practices for improving the patient experience and building loyalty. Here's what they told us.

The best (and worst) states for aging, according to US News (Wednesday, Oct. 11)
U.S. News & World Report names Colorado the "best state for aging" because it has a healthy senior population and high-quality nursing homes.

Trump signs health insurance executive order. Here's what you need to know (Thursday, Oct. 12)
President Trump's executive order is intended to ease some health insurance regulations and create an avenue for certain health plans to bypass requirements under the Affordable Care Act—which some policy experts say could jeopardize the insurance market, depending on how agencies implement the order.

Trump halts ACA's CSR payments. Here's what that could mean. (Friday, Oct. 13)
Read on for the key details and for Advisory Board experts' take on how President Trump's decision could affect patients, providers, insurers, and the stability of the Affordable Care Act's exchanges.

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