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Always Be Prepared For Change

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the 64th edition of the Acclivity Health Report!

Over the past few weeks, most of us in the healthcare industry have been watching closely while our leaders in Congress have reviewed and debated major changes to the American healthcare system as we know it. Regardless of your political leanings, it pays professionally to consider how some of these proposed changes could effect you or your company. We have provided our readers with a few news articles below that will shed more light on some of latest updates from Washington....

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Ted French
President and Founder,
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Healthcare News
  • In Major Defeat for Trump, Push to Repeal Health Law Fails: House Republican leaders, facing a revolt among conservatives and moderates in their ranks, pulled legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act from consideration on the House floor Friday in a major defeat for President Trump on the first legislative showdown of his presidency.

  • Why the Republican healthcare bill was doomed: Hardline conservatives wanted to change regulations that define health insurance, such as a requirement that health plans cover maternity care. But when they got the concessions, the Republicans lost moderate members, who were concerned their constituents would lose basic services.

  • A 'sci-fi' cancer therapy fights brain tumors, study finds: It sounds like science fiction, but a cap-like device that makes electric fields to fight cancer improved survival for the first time in more than a decade for people with deadly brain tumors, final results of a large study suggest.

  • New, ultramodern VA hospital to be formally dedicated today: For years the old Veterans Administration Hospital here has ranked as one of the worst designed hospitals in the VA's nationwide chain of facilities.

  • Philips to Start Selling Smart Software for Doctors to Rival GE: The apps will improve interpretation of data such as a sequence of scans, with different colors showing up minor differences easily be missed with the naked eye, Chief Executive Officer Frans van Houten said in a media briefing.

  • The hot healthcare tech scene bubbling up north in the Twin Cities: If funding were all that mattered, Kyle Rolfing would have based Bright Health somewhere other than Minneapolis.

Hot Jobs

Acclivity Healthcare has found jobs for over 17,000 people, and we can help you find your dream job too! Check out the hot jobs below. All of our open positions can be viewed here.

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Ask the Experts
  • How to avoid hiring those difficult-to-fire employees: Though terminations can be challenging, it is so much easier to fire a consistently poor performer than someone who is just a bad employee. Negative nellies, glory hounds and wimpy managers may not do anything wrong enough to have a bad performance review, so they end up staying around a lot longer than they should...
  • Social Media Savvy: Finding A Job On Facebook, Twitter & Other Platforms: For those seeking a job, social media may seem like the last thing to show employers. Many fear that their Facebook and Twitter accounts contain compromising information and thus hide them from future bosses. While you should be wary of sharing private data, social media has the potential to create a positive, enduring impression for prospective employers ...

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