Just in case you missed Sunday’s New York Times article, “Hospitals Aren’t Waiting for Verdict on Health Care Law,” be sure to read how 701-bed Maimonides Medical Center in New York City is preparing for the Supreme Court’s verdict on President Obama’s health reform law.  As the Times put it, “like hospitals across the country, Maimonides is not waiting for the verdict. Win, lose or draw in court, administrators said, the policies driving the federal health care law are already embedded in big cuts and new payment formulas that hospitals ignore at their peril. And even if the law is repealed after the next election, the economic pressure to care differently for more people at lower cost is irreversible.” Buried within the Times article is a revealing set of facts.  Maimonides (which uses Allscripts Sunrise Clinical Manager EHR, the Allscripts ED […]