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Subject: 3 reasons flu season could get worse | Tenet to cut 700 more jobs | Joint Commission re-accredits Hawaii hospital despite recent patient escape | Trump executive order aims to expand mental healthcare for transitioning vets
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January 10, 2018
1. 'We hate H3N2': 3 reasons this year's flu season could get worse Full story

2. Joint Commission re-accredits Hawaii hospital despite patient escape 2 months ago

3. Tenet to cut 700 more jobs, says $1B divestiture plan is on track Full story
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7. How has staffing changed at your organization over the past 18 months? Please take this quick survey on nurse workforce management and be entered to win a complimentary badge to a Becker's Healthcare conference. 

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9. 10 of the most interesting healthcare transactions of 2017   Full story

10. Operating loss per physician grows to 17.5% of net revenue: 6 AMGA survey findings Full story

11. Chronic wound care is a significant economic burden - a new study tackles treatment. Learn more in this whitepaper

12. Trump signs executive order aimed at expanding mental healthcare for transitioning veterans Full story

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