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Subject: Sutter nurses: Hospital didn't cancel elective surgeries during computer outage | Ala. hospital to close | Wis. hospital linked to NICU injuries at risk of losing Medicare contract over new deficiencies | 3 Texas hospitals treat victims of Sante Fe school shooting
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May 21, 2018
1. Wisconsin hospital's Medicare contract at risk after CMS discovers new deficiencies Full story
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3. Sutter nurses claim hospital did not cancel elective surgeries during systemwide computer outage Full story
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