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Subject: Accreditation error leaves Idaho hospital unable to bill Medicare | Viewpoint: Beware of 'big data' depersonalizing healthcare | 20 hospitals hiring nurses | More than 50% of physicians have been sued for malpractice, study finds
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November 17, 2017
1. Scientists at UCSF Benioff Children's deploy first ever CRISPR-based therapy: 5 things to know

2. More than 50% of physicians have been sued for malpractice, study finds

3. St. Luke's hospital unable to take Medicare, Medicaid patients after accreditation error Full story
4. Low unemployment is making leadership positions tough to fill, especially in quality leadership. Hospitals and systems are opting for interim leadership to avoid dips in quality metrics and smooth integration woes. Read more

5. The 6 attributes of high-value primary care Full story

6. Physician viewpoint: Beware of 'big data' depersonalizing healthcare Full story

7. Clinical communication deconstructed: Seven elements of effective clinical communication Learn more

8. Study: Errors, missed diagnoses occur frequently in primary care pediatrics Full story

9. U.S. HealthWorks launches telemedicine service for exposure to bloodborne pathogens Full story

10. 7 latest hospital, health system CEO moves Full story

11. From 1 million to 3 million telehealth visits - a look back on lessons learned Learn more.

12. 20 hospitals hiring nurses Full story

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