Nov 30, 2022 • 54M

Ep. 31 - Money Money

The FLATLINING Podcast

 
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This week on the FLATLINING Podcast, Matthew and Ron discuss some healthcare money news. The State of New York now has a law that prohibits home liens and wage garnishing to recoup medical debt. What does that mean for providers and hospitals? And some conservatives are frustrated about $55 million being spent to reduce smoking. Ron thinks this is actually a good investment and will explain why.

Matthew and Ron also take a look at some updates to previous stories they broke down on the FLATLINING Podcast including new numbers about cyber attacks in healthcare and more hospitals charging for MyChart messages.

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Articles mentioned in this episode:

More health systems charging for MyChart messages - Becker’s Hospital Review

Healthcare Data Breaches Doubled in 3 Years: Here's Why - Bank Info Security

Notice of Privacy Incident - Legacy Health

Governor Hochul Signs Legislation to Protect Patients with Medical Debt - NY.gov
CDC to Spend $55M on More Tobacco Research - RealClear Policy