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Subject: Physician was intoxicated when he shot orthopedic sales rep, warrants show | EpiPen shortage hits US | Takeda acquires Shire for $62B | N.Y. hospital pays CEO $660k to 'disappear' | Walmart pharmacies to limit opioid prescriptions
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May 9, 2018
1. Warrants say physician was intoxicated when he shot orthopedic sales representative

2. A new pharma giant - Takeda acquires Shire for $62B          Full story

3. FDA issues EpiPen shortage alert: 6 things to know Full story

4. How an effective OR supply chain strategy can keep hospitals ahead of the shifting cost curve Learn more

5. Walmart to limit opioid prescriptions at pharmacies Full story   
6. New York hospital reportedly pays CEO $660k to 'disappear' Full story
7. How system executives supported their local EDs through Harvey, Irma, and the Las Vegas shooting Learn more

8. Texas hospital to close, lay of 900 employees and file for bankruptcy Full story
9. Medical device sector sees highest number of quarterly recalls since 2005, report finds Full story
10. Nurse collects $6M in whistle-blower lawsuit against Banner, Christus and Renown Health Full story
11. Learn the best practices when working with the VA to effectively manage revenue. Learn more

12. 25 hospitals, health systems among 'America's Best Employers' 2018 Full story

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