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Subject: How hospitals are 'missing the boat' on the opioid epidemic | 2 flu deaths reported in NC | 15 health systems with strong finances | 4 findings on cost-effectiveness of hand hygiene compliance
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October 5, 2018
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3. Scripps ER physician Dr. Roneet Lev: How hospitals are 'missing the boat' when it comes to the opioid epidemic          Full story

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5. 15 health systems with strong finances Full story

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10. Clinical checklist can cut patient's time on antibiotics for staph infections, researchers find Full story

11. More than 400,000 hospitalized patients die from preventable harm injuries every year. To learn how to use data to prevent patient harm, download this free white paper. 

12. 4 findings on the cost-effectiveness of hand hygiene compliance Full story


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