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Subject: [Nurse leadership] Higher nurse workloads spurs lower hand hygiene compliance | IRS revokes hospital's tax-exempt status | Baystate Noble nurses authorize strike | 20 hospitals hiring nurses
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August 18, 2017
1. IRS revokes hospital's tax-exempt status for failure to comply with ACA rule

2. Higher nurse workloads could mean lower hand hygiene compliance 

3. 20 hospitals hiring nurses Full story

4. Trouble getting people to undergo preventative care? Here are the best strategies to cover more adults and make your community healthier  Learn more    

5. 3 nurses exposed to fentanyl after treating overdose patient at Ohio hospital Full story

6. 8 must-read articles for healthcare leaders this week           Full story

7. Find out how to recruit, hire and retain the best epic skilled professionals to build and operate your software. Learn more

8. 12 latest hospital, health system CEO moves Full story

9. The corner office: Tenet Healthcare's President of Hospital Operations Eric Evans on the importance of work-life balance and how healthcare is a team sport Full story

10. Baystate Noble nurses pave way for possible strike           

11. Sign up today for the Becker's Hospital Review 3rd Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference (Sep. 21-23). The meeting will feature keynote speakers and more than 150 health system leaders as speakers.  Register here

12. 6 Rhode Island hospitals with top nurse-patient communication scores 

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