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Subject: Flu activity slightly elevated | Federal judge rules ACA unconstitutional | 4 hospitals miss payroll in Okla., Tenn. | Duodenoscope contamination rates 'higher than expected', FDA says
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December 17, 2018
1. Flu activity slightly elevated: 5 things to know
2. Federal judge in Texas rules ACA is unconstitutional: 8 things to know

3. 'Higher than expected' contamination rates found with duodenoscopes after reprocessing Full story

4. Bridge the gap and assure true interoperability with an enterprise imaging solution. For a breakdown of key enterprise imaging considerations, click here.

5. 4 hospitals in Oklahoma and Tennessee miss payroll            Full story

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7. Embrace the new era of consumerism to reduce costs and improve outcomes. Click here to learn how. 
8. 68% of home health nurses agree flu vaccine is safe, survey finds Full story
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10. Pennsylvania health system, CEO will pay $12.5M to resolve billing probe Full story

11. Hospital and health system readers: Complete our 3rd Annual Consumer Telehealth Benchmark Survey for complimentary registration to Becker's Hospital Review 10th Annual Meeting in April 

12. Human heart left on plane prompts commercial flight's turnaround Full story


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