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Subject: Mich. Medicaid program to pay for drugs based on efficacy | 73% of hospital leaders want value-based supplier contracts | Walmart wants workers to travel for spine surgery | Colo. hospital tech allegedly steals, resells $30K worth of medical supplies
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November 16, 2018
1. Michigan's Medicaid program can now pay for drugs based on efficacy: 5 things to know 
2. 73% of hospital leaders want to enter value-based contracts with suppliers  Full story

3. Walmart will require workers to travel for spine surgery in effort to cut healthcare costs  Full story

4. Relying on too many suppliers for patient skin and wound care may dilute potential savings. Learn why during this upcoming webinar.

5. Software issues drive medical device recalls for 10th consecutive quarter, report finds 

6. University of Illinois-Chicago nurses walk of the job Full story
7. Looking for an enterprise imaging vendor? Download this free white paper for a breakdown of bottom-line considerations.

8. 9 quotes from CMS Administrator Seema Verma's speech on drug-pricing reform: 'The status quo is simply unacceptable'
9. Colorado VA hospital surgical technician allegedly stole, resold $30K worth of medical supplies  Full story
10. Hospitals are the biggest employers in these 13 states
11. To learn how to successfully navigate the complex healthcare IoT ecosystem, download this free white paper.

12. Emergency Ebola test, new COPD treatment & more: 4 latest FDA approvals 

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