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Subject: 1,200 RNs strike at Kaiser LA hospital | Tri-City to oust CEO: 6 things to know | Trump's healthcare plan means lost coverage for 21M, study finds | A closer look at Denver Health's physician exodus
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March 15, 2016
1. 1,200 RNs to strike at Kaiser's LA hospital  Full story

2. Study: Trump's healthcare plan would cause 21M to lose coverage  

3. Emory treating PA with Lassa fever   Full story

4. See how rounding technology helped Good Samaritan Medical Center achieve significant improvements in patient satisfaction, workflow efficiency and quality of care. Click here to learn more

5. Why Denver Health is experiencing a physician exodus  Full story

6. CMS, CDC to add 5,000+ ICD-10 codes in FY 2017   Full story

7. What does it take to humanize healthcare? Get this survey-based report to learn more!  Access the report here

8. Tri-City board moves to oust CEO: 6 things to know   Full story

9. California hospital moves one step closer to closing  

10. 6 recent hospital transactions, partnerships  Full story 

11. Henry Ford expands its footprint in Michigan  Full story

12. AMA to Florida AG: Stop the Humana-Aetna merger  Full story

13. New York first to ban, penalize paper prescriptions  Full story

14. 7 must-reads for healthcare leaders this week  Full story

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