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Subject: Kindred to close Texas hospital, cut 92 jobs | 16 hospital transactions | CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals to resign | St. Luke's Health System plans microhospitals
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Nov. 9 2016 
1. Kindred to close Texas hospital, leaving 92 without jobs  
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2. Healthcare stocks, the worst-performing sector in the S&P 500: 5 things to know  Full story

3. 16 recent hospital transactions and partnerships  Full story

4. Whitepaper: CJR vital signs. Before the second data feed, is the program showing early signs of success?  Learn more

5. ACA website diverts enrollment traffic to holding areas: 6 things to know  Full story

6. Cerner president: Revenue cycle will be major contributor to growth  Full story

7. Webinar: How hospitals can elevate the standard of care and lower costs with an outcome pledge program. Learn more in this upcoming webinar.  Register here

8. Virginia state authorities approve Wellmont, MSHA merger  
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9. Press Ganey names healthcare's top-performing organizations  Full story

10. St. Luke's Health System plans microhospitals: 4 things to know  Full story

11. Whitepaper: Diagnosing which devices provide more for healthcare. Although zero clients might seem like a reliable choice in the clinical setting, they do not stand up to rich-client devices for efficiency or flexibility.  Learn more

12. Head of NY's public hospital system to step down  Full story

13. Kentucky sees insurance fraud cases rise 800% in 2016  
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14. In New Hampshire, prescription drugs No.1 driver of healthcare costs  Full story
15. CVS Health to eliminate 600 jobs  Full story

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