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Subject: How Dartmouth-Hitchcock cut sepsis mortality in half | 7 latest layoffs | 23% of MA adults experience medical errors | Mumps leads NHL teams to cancel hospital visits
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Dec. 18, 2014
1. How Dartmouth-Hitchcock cut sepsis mortality in half Full story

2. 23% of Massachusetts adults experienced a medical error, survey finds Full story

3. Could vitamin E protect against pneumonia? Full story

4. Blood transfusion-related complications more common than reported Full story

5. 7 latest hospital, health system layoffs Full story

6. Patients don't understand the risks of unnecessary antibiotics Full story

7. NHL teams cancel hospital holiday visits over mumps outbreak Full story

8. Retrospective snapshot: 202 things for healthcare leaders to know about 2014 Full story

9. Educating your patients about a medical crisis using social media Full story

10. Nominations open for 3 Becker's lists: Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know, Rural Hospital CEOs to Know and Great Places to Work in Healthcare nominations are now open. Find more information here

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