Obamacare Incentives Slow Hospitals’ Revolving Door

Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Under the Affordable Health Care Act, hundreds of hospitals and doctors groups, including Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, have started getting financial incentives from the government to keep patients healthy and face penalties for those readmitted to the hospital too soon. Mount Sinai patient Ester Redd made it on a list of high-risk patients that she said saved her life and likely wouldn’t have existed without the new health law. Bloomberg's Shannon Pettypiece reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
No Reason Euro/Dollar Can’t Reach Parity: Mario Blejer
03:06 - Mario Blejer, vice chairman at Banco Hipotecario, talks with Guy Johnson about the role of the European Central Bank in spurring economic recovery and growth in Europe and the fall of the euro/dollar below 1.10. He speaks on “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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