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Subject: Nurse wins $28M in suit against Brigham and Women's | Patient contracts Legionnaires' at UW Medical Center | Calif. exchange insurers to drop hospitals that miss safety marks | Man allegedly posed as nurse, responded to emergencies at UPMC hospital
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May 25, 2018
1. Nurse awarded $28M in retaliation suit against Brigham and Women's Hospital Full story
2. Man accused of impersonating nurse, responding to emergencies at UPMC hospital

3. Cancer patient contracts Legionnaires' at Seattle's UW Medical Center Full story
4. Data sharing is key to quality outcomes - here's how one solution adds value without increasing complexity 

5. Decline in number of African-American male physicians called a crisis Full story

6. 'Time's up': California exchange insurers to drop in-network hospitals missing safety marks Full story
7. Learn how VCU drives more volume by transitioning from traditional marketing to personalized experiences 

8. How Mass General is dealing with the worst opioid shortage in years: 7 things to know Full story 

9. Nearly 9 in 10 physicians feel unable to address chronic care patients' needs, study finds Full story

10. Why Johns Hopkins physician interns won't wear short white coats anymore Full story

11. Discover the importance of leveraging data on regional payer reimbursements Learn more

12. 20 hospitals hiring nurses Full story


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