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Subject: FDA approves 1st biosimilar to treat cancer | 100+ cities compete for Amazon's HQ2 | Tenet explores strategic options, including sale | Physicians rarely disclose pharma payments when promoting drugs on Twitter
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September 15, 2017
1. 100+ cities compete for Amazon's HQ2 

2. Tenet explores strategic options, including sale Full story
3. Supply chain inefficiencies leave $23B in potential savings on the table for hospitals Full story

4. Straight from the source: Incorporating Patient-Generated Health Data into clinical workflows Learn more

5. 4 things Hurricane Harvey taught providers about disaster preparedness Full story 

6. Physicians rarely disclose payments from pharma when promoting drugs on Twitter Full story
7. Best Practices for an EHR Go-Live      
8. FDA approves 1st biosimilar to treat cancer Full story
9. Former Cleveland Clinic executive charged in $2.7M fraud scheme Full story
10. Missouri hospital to close next week Full story
11. How a robust pack program can help drive product standardization and cost savings. Register here for this upcoming webinar.

12. 5 latest FDA approvals

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