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John Gregory
Senior Writer
John joined TriMed in 2016, focusing on healthcare policy and regulation. After graduating from Columbia College Chicago, he worked at FM News Chicago and Rivet News Radio, and worked on the state government and politics beat for the Illinois Radio Network. Outside of work, you may find him adding to his never-ending graphic novel collection.

A coalition of physicians, health policy experts and interest groups called on HHS to set up more mandatory pilot programs to test out bundled payment models within Medicare.

Adults between the ages of 45 and 50 with higher levels of cardiorespiratory fitness are less likely to have a stroke after 65, according to a study published in the journal Stroke.

Serum lipids are significantly improved by certain types of bariatric surgeries, according to an analysis of weight-reduction surgery outcomes published in the Journal of American Medicine.

After undergoing PCI, patients could be at a higher risk for heart attack, heart failure, stroke or death if they have sleep-disordered breathing, such as sleep apnea.

In the wake of Theranos voiding two years of reports from its Edison blood testing devices, Walgreens has decided to terminate its partnership in lab testing at more than 40 Walgreens locations in Arizona.