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Subject: Floodwater injuries, mold & more: 7 health ramifications from Hurricane Harvey | Antibiotic prescription fill rates by region: 6 notes | Advisory Board sells healthcare arm to Optum in $1.3B deal | NQF looks to boost patient voice in quality metrics
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August 30, 2017
1. Floodwater injuries, mold and more: 7 likely health ramifications from Hurricane Harvey 

2. Advisory Board sells healthcare arm to Optum in $1.3B deal 

3. NQF looks to boost patient voice in quality metrics Full story

4. Take our survey on business sustainability in hospital and health systems

5. Despite high ED utilization, US hospitals excel in managing care transitions  Full story

6. 6 notes on antibiotic prescription fill rates by region - Mississippi has the highest Full story

7. Why 75 execs say 'managing labor costs' is a priority; 5 strategies to optimize  Download the paper

8. Infant's race influences quality of NICU care, study finds     Full story

9. How UVA Health System prepared for and responded to the Charlottesville rally Full story

10. Anthem changes coverage policy for MRIs, CT scans at hospitals 

11. How UPMC improved nurse satisfaction and operational efficiency with an automated workforce management approach    Learn more 

12. 61 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know | 2017 

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