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Subject: 4 Legionnaires' cases reported at Wis. hospital | UnitedHealth Group to acquire Seattle clinic | SD sees 1st flu death | HHS drafts strategy to reduce EHR 'burden' on clinicians
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November 29, 2018
1. 4 sickened with Legionnaires' disease at UW's University Hospital
2. 50 Hawaii hospital employees reportedly infected in scabies outbreak

3. UnitedHealth Group to buy Seattle primary care clinic         Full story

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6. Physicians group wants to ban hot dogs from children's hospital menus Full story
7. First flu death reported in South Dakota Full story

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9. Amazon to sell EHR-mining software Full story
10. AFM outbreak up to 116 cases in 31 states, CDC says        Full story

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12. HHS drafts strategy to reduce EHR 'burden' on clinicians: 4 things to know Full story


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