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Subject: DEA mandates 20% reduction in opioid manufacturing for 2018 | Diabetes drug recalled due to fungal contamination | Healthcare bankruptcies more than triple in 2017 | Shuttered Tenn. hospital to sell medical equipment to pay employees' wages
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November 29, 2017
1. DEA mandates 20% reduction in opioid manufacturing for 2018

2. Sun Pharma recalls diabetes drug due to fungal contamination Full story
3. Healthcare bankruptcies more than triple in 2017 Full story

4. From 1 million to 3 million telehealth visits - a look back on lessons learned Learn more

5. CVS launches 'real-time benefits' tool to increase price transparency Full story 

6. Shuttered Tennessee hospital scraps plan to sell medical equipment to pay for employees' wages Full story
7. What the C-suite needs to know about artificial intelligence and machine learning in healthcare today Learn more

8. 69 Indiana hospitals accused of retaining $324M in fraudulent EHR incentive payments Full story
9. Study: Hospitals markup drugs 487%, receive 2.5 times what they paid after negotiations Full story
10. Gilead launches hepatitis drug in China at one-fifth the US price Full story
11. Police: Medical researcher found dead in NewYork-Presbyterian hospital likely overdosed Full story

12. Groups push to repeal device, health insurance taxes before 2018 Full story

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