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Subject: Walgreens, Rite Aid ink $950M deal to sell 865 stores | Medical device company files for bankruptcy | 22 recent hospital transactions | CMS halts Medicare Part B drug payment demo
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Dec. 20, 2016 
1.  Walgreens, Rite Aid ink $950M deal to sell 865 stores  Full story

2. Medical device company Lensar files for bankruptcy  Full story

3. CMS halts Medicare Part B drug payment demo  Full story

4. Hospital and health system readers: Complete our 2016 Consumer Telehealth Benchmark Survey for complimentary registration to Becker's Hospital Review 8th Annual Meeting in April. Click here to take the survey. 

5. HHS: Court order on Medicare appeals backlog would require improperly paying claims  Full story

6. 22 recent hospital transactions and partnerships  Full story

7. Webinar: The Impact of First Impressions on Patient Acquisition and Revenue.  Register here

8. 5 supply chain strategies to control hospital drug spending  
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9. Texas implements $350M in Medicaid cuts  Full story

10. At least 50 Mass. hospitals likely eligible for payout from state trust fund  Full story

11. Webinar: How moving to a cloud based solution has helped Boston Medical Center streamline business processes. Learn more in this upcoming webinar.  Register here

12. For-profit hospital stock report: Week of Dec. 12-16  Full story

13. Former HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt: 5 healthcare policy projections under Trump  Full story

14.  Obama approves measure to build $136M VA Hospital in Omaha  Full story 

15. Kindred, Atlantic Health System team up on NJ rehab hospital  Full story

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