In This Issue:

- 2014 Expected to Bring Big Changes for Health Care Industry

- GlaxoSmithKline to Stop Linking Drug Reps' Pay to Prescriptions

- Lawmakers Consider Mental Health Crisis Act of 2013

- Congress Introduces "American Health Security Act of 2013"

- Customized Care Could Make Traditional Hospitals Obsolete, Study Says

- Survey Finds Half of Hospital Executives Won't Implement ACOs

- Analytics Help Health Industry Improve Patient Care, Outcomes

- Small Businesses Finding Creative Ways to Boost Health Incentives

- Many Delaying Costly Medical Treatment Due to Expense, Poll Finds

- Report Finds D&O Rates for Health Systems Up 9.6 Percent

- CFPB Says Medical Payment Plans Can Have Surprising Costs

- Excerpt from 2014 Expected to Bring Big Changes for Health Care Industry:

Health care is in for some major changes in the next year, and not all of it is due to Obamacare. That's the finding of a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers' Health Research Institute, which says that health care will have to become more consumer-friendly, forcing companies in the sector to rethink their strategy.

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