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Subject: 7 things to know about Doctors Without Borders hospital bombing | 30 exec moves | Inhaled mold spores likely caused UPMC fungal infections | How to combat healthcare's most common excuse
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Oct. 12, 2015
1. Maryland hospital at risk of losing Medicare funding Full story

2. Inhaled mold spores likely caused UPMC patient fungal infections, CDC says Full story

3. US bombing of Doctors Without Borders hospital sparks international outrage: 7 things to know Full story

4. How is staff satisfaction at your organization? Complete a 4-item, anonymous survey to inform an industry report and to compare your experience with others. Access the survey here

5. Breaking down silos in the ED to keep boarding times low: How Reading Hospital made it possible Full story

6. How to combat the most common excuse in healthcare Full story

7. Learn how to increase efficiency in informational quality and implant acquisition in an upcoming free webinar Register here

8. 30 latest hospital, health system executive moves Full story

9. Intermountain Healthcare cuts infection rates, costs by reducing blood transfusions Full story

10. Falls could be sign of infection, study finds Full story

11. Nominations are open for the 2015 Women Leaders of Hospitals and Health Systems list! Nominations close Oct. 16

12. 10 clinical research findings to know Full story

Becker's ASC 22nd Annual Meeting--The Business and Operation of ASCs 
Keynote spotlight: Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of Huffington Post Media Group

Conference Dates: Oct. 22-24, 2015
100+ sessions and 260 speakers

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