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Paul Hollywood health: Great British Bake Off judge’s battle with a mental disorder

Paul Hollywood, 53, has been critiquing contestants on the Great British Bake Off since its inception in 2010. Described as the “antidote” to judges such as Len Goodman or Simon Cowell in other reality television programmes, on account of his straightforward manner, the judge offers no holds barred feedback. Not easily impressed and one who… Read More »

Trump’s team delivers a big win for patients by making health costs clearer

When it comes to improving the nation’s healthcare system, the Trump administration continues to do administratively some of the good things it hasn’t been able to do legislatively. On Friday, it took two major steps toward transparency in pricing and options. Patients will now better understand what their choices and costs will be. The president… Read More »

Payers Will Put An End To The AHA’s Predictable Resistance To Site-Neutral Payments

As a spectator of the tug-of-war between the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the American Hospital Association (AHA) for some years now, all I can do is shake my head at the industry group’s dug-in opposition to change. In the latest face-off between the two entities, the AHA is again looking to… Read More »