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Subject: How OSU Wexner physicians 'test drive' damaged organs before transplants | Mich. hospital blames 'aggressive competitor' for financial issues | 25 more CFOs to speak at Becker's CEO + CFO Roundtable | Stroke patients face higher readmission risk at nonteaching hospitals
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August 21, 2018
1. How OSU Wexner physicians 'test drive' damaged organs before transplants Full story
2. Arkansas VA hospital reviews 7K patients for misdiagnosis by impaired physician

3. Stroke patients discharged from nonteaching hospitals face higher readmission risk, study finds Full story

4. To learn how the University of Utah Health reduced the risks and costs of patient misidentification, download this whitepaper.

5. Thrilled to welcome an additional 25 CFO speakers to Becker's 7th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable, November 12-14 at the Swissotel Chicago. Register here. For sponsorship opportunities, email Jessica Cole at

6. WHO updates treatment recommendations for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis Full story
7. Michigan hospital blames 'aggressive, direct competitor' for financial troubles Full story

8. The rise of specialty pharmacy presents many new opportunities for providers. For insights into overcoming three barriers to entry, download this whitepaper. 

9. 16 nurses pregnant in Arizona hospital's ICU Full story

10. How a Kentucky physician uses maggots to treat patients Full story

11. Is your medical lab a strategic asset? Here's why it should be

12. 20 states with most & least female physicians Full story

13. Pancreatic cancer: 5 things to know about the disease that killed Aretha Franklin Full story


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