Health care news from around the web: July 22 – 26, 2019

Written on Jul 25, 2019

CVS-Aetna merger: AHF urges court to stop the '800-pound gorilla'
The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia heard closing arguments from attorneys for the parties opposed to the nearly $70 billion acquisition of Aetna by CVS Health. The judge noted that the merger potentially has “grave consequences to millions of people.”

Concerns grow as private equity buys up dermatology practices
Experts wonder how the rush of profit-hungry investors into physician-practice management fits with policymakers' imperative to lower health care spending.

4 myths about revenue cycle telecommuting
Increasingly, revenue cycle leaders are recognizing the need for flexible work options to save money and to recruit and retain their workforce. 

IRS issues guidance on preventive care and Health Savings Account plans
The IRS has added treatments for a range of chronic conditions to the list of preventive care benefits that may be provided by a high-deductible health plan in tandem with a health savings account. 

Tech Corner — How to search all your PC’s files in Windows 10’s start menu
By default, when you search your Start menu, Windows will only search your libraries and desktop. Libraries include folders like your documents, pictures, music and videos. If you have files elsewhere, the Start menu won’t find them. Make your Start menu’s file search more reliable.

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