The Daily Scan

May 3, 2018

Last Updated: 10:15 AM EST



  • Jury still deliberating in securities fraud criminal case involving a former CMS employee in Southern District of New York in the case of U.S. v. Blaszczak et al.


  • A recent report highlights that due to 2018 changes in Medicare means testing brackets included in the “Doc Fix” law, top earning beneficiaries will see as much as a 200% average change in cost. (


  • A report released Tuesday from the National Assocation of ACOs revealed that 71% of ACO survey respondents indicated that they are likely to leave the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) if proposed risk-based contracts become mandatory. (


  • UK National Health Service Information Technology failure results in failure to follow up on more than 450,000 breast cancer screenings. (

Private Sector

  • UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh have launched a partner program to the National Institute of Health's "All of Us" research initiative called "All of Us Pennsylvania." The program hopes to compile health data from 1 million patients in Western Pennsylvania to advance research and better understand disease. (


  • Trinity Health announced their move to a new enterprise-wide Electronic Health Record and Revenue Cycle Management System powered by the Epic platform on Tuesday. Executives hope the move will result in increased convenience, integration, and quality of care. (




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