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Subject: Olympus to pay Seattle hospital $6.6M for role in superbug outbreak | HCA acquires 2nd CHS hospital in 2 weeks | CMS may pull funding from Wyo. hospital over blind patient's discharge | Poor hand hygiene linked to 6 staph infections, 1 death at SC pain clinic
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July 25, 2017
1. Wyoming hospital at risk of losing Medicare, Medicaid funding  Full story

2. HCA acquires second hospital from CHS in 2 weeks 

3. Olympus to pay Virginia Mason $6.6M for role in superbug outbreak: 7 thing to know  Full story

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6. Poor hand hygiene linked to 6 staph infections, 1 death at SC pain clinic 

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9. High-dose flu vaccine use among nursing home residents significantly lowers hospital admissions Full story 

10. Adventist Health closes Washington hospital

11. Should your health system be investing in outpatient surgical care?   

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13. Top 10 infection control stories from last week Full story

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