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Subject: 51 hospitals pay $23M to settle FCA probe | Wellmont, Mountain States move forward with merger | AHA voices concern over site-neutral payment policies | Patient stabs security guard at Ohio hospital
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1. 51 hospitals pay $23M for alleged overuse of cardiac devices 
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2. Wellmont, Mountain States Health Alliance move forward with merger  Full story  

3. Former Broward Health executive says he was fired for reporting noncompliance  Full story   
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5. Q3 comparison: 9 things to know about how 7 major payers stack up  Full story     

6. AHA voices concern over site-neutral payment policies Full story   

7. Webinar: How are top hospitals using the right technology and resources to raise the standard of care? 
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8. Patient stabs security guard at Ohio hospital   Full story  
9. Cerner revenue climbs 30%, bookings reach all-time high in FY 2015  Full story

10. Pfizer's Wyeth unit to pay $784.6M to settle False Claims Act violations 
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11. Come hear 210 phenomenal Hospital and Health System Executives speak at Becker's 7th Annual Meeting (April 27-30, Hyatt Regency, Chicago.  Click here to reserve your spot today! 
12. St. Mary's surgeon files defamation lawsuit against CNN for 'reckless disregard for the truth'  Full story
13. University of Minnesota Health opens Health Clinics and Surgery Center  Full story
14. Massachusetts General vs. Johns Hopkins: 6 key comparisons  Full story

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