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Subject: How healthcare could save $8B | UPMC revenue up 12% | Will hospitals have to pay staff phone bills? | Melrose-Wakefield faces $28k OSHA fine
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1. How electronic transactions could save healthcare $8B: 6 areas of opportunity Full story

2. Rush University Medical Center operating margin holds steady in FY 2014 Full story
3. UPMC operating revenue up 12% in FY 2014 Full story

4. Fitch upgrades Stanly Health Services' bond rating to "A" Full story

5. Webinar: The importance of hospital medicine in population health Register here

6. Moody's affirms UW Hospital and Clinics' "Aa3" rating Full story

7. How women in the supply chain are poised for C-suite success
8. Why hospitals may soon have to pay for physicians', staffs' cell phone plans Full story

9. Melrose-Wakefield Hospital faces $28k OSHA fine for unsafe practices Full story

10. Survey: How much does your hospital or health system spend on traditional and soft capital investments? Please give us your input to be included in statistics for a future Becker's Hospital Review article. Take the survey here.

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