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Subject: UIC nurses walk off job | Geisinger launches opioid reduction initiative | Walmart wants workers to travel for spine surgery | WHO chief: Congo's Ebola outbreak may continue through mid-2019
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November 16, 2018
1. University of Illinois-Chicago nurses walk off the job           
2. New Jersey facility put on 'immediate jeopardy' amid adenovirus outbreak

3. Walmart will require workers to travel for spine surgery in effort to cut healthcare costs Full story

4. Relying on too many suppliers for patient skin and wound care may dilute potential savings. Learn why during this upcoming webinar. 

5. WHO chief predicts Congo's Ebola outbreak will continue through mid-2019 Full story

6. Hospitals often fail to meet patients' behavioral health needs, ECRI says Full story
7. Download this free white paper for enterprise imaging cost containment strategies.

8. Geisinger launches opioid reduction initiative Full story 

9. Hospital C. diff infections reduced with washable mattress cover, study finds Full story
10. Physician viewpoint: How to treat celebrity patients           Full story

11. Nurse leaders can influence how technology is applied in the patient care environment. Download this 6-point checklist to learn how to solve nurses can work in partnership with IT. 
12. Hospitals are the biggest employers in these 13 states      Full story


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