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Subject: How safe is your OR? 8 things to consider | 6 CEO moves | Lifetime blood donation ban for gay men could end | 2 quality management innovations
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May 14, 2015
1. How safe is your OR? 8 things to consider Full story

2. FDA recommends lifting ban on gay men donating blood Full story

3. American College of Physicians backs LGBT-inclusive policies Full story

4. How can your facility create value and gain buy-in? Learn how to with new talent strategies in a May 27 webinar Register here

5. Opinion: Top 2 hospital clinical quality management innovations that deliver Full story

6. 6 latest hospital CEO moves Full story

7. How can your facility maximize out-of-network reimbursements? Learn in a webinar May 20 Register here

8. 3 reasons your organization needs a reputation management strategy Full story

9. How 4 hospital and health system CEOs spend the bulk of their time Full story

10. EHRs, patient safety and efficiency: 6 findings from nurses Full story

11. Don't miss John Ulett, Vice President, Chief Information Officer for CentraState Health System, discuss "Extended Enterprise Integration Architecture" at Becker's CIO & Health IT Summit!

12. Mayo Clinic surplus falls to $88M as costs rise Full Story

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