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Subject: How Atrium Health reduces readmissions 4% annually | Stethoscopes may be breeding ground for bacteria | Trinity Health CEO to leave in June | Joint Commission encourages hospitals to report safety incidents
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December 14, 2018
1. Stethoscopes carry broad range of bacteria - even after cleaning
2. How Atrium Health sustains a 4% reduction in readmissions annually

3. California health department cites St. Joseph Hospital for excessive use of patient restraints Full story

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5. Trinity Health CEO leaving in June; successor named          Full story

6. Joint Commission encourages hospitals to report safety incidents in new alert Full story
7. Learn why a strong digital strategy is crucial to the patient experience in this free white paper.
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