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06/24/2019 - The Register-Herald by: Erin Beck
CHARLESTON, WV - Under a bill that West Virginia lawmakers are considering, state opioid settlement money would no longer go solely to licensed medical facilities that offer addiction treatments like medication and therapy.

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06/24/2019 - MetroNews
CHARLESTON ,WV - As the West Virginia Legislature continues its special session on education policy, the West Virginia Hospital Association is already planning for the next regular legislative session.

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06/21/2019 - CNN by: Faith Karimi
WASHINGTON, DC - David Sackler, whose family owns Purdue Pharma, is defending the company and his family against what he describes as "vitriolic hyperbole," saying they're not to blame for the opioid crisis ravaging the nation.

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06/21/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Shelby Livingston
WASHINGTON, DC - Insurance lobbying group America's Health Insurance Plans launched an initiative on Thursday to spark collaboration among health insurers to address the social factors that affect patients' health.

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06/21/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Maria Castellucci
WASHINGTON, DC - The Joint Commission will now require ambulatory care centers to have antimicrobial stewardship programs to maintain accreditation.

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06/21/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Ryan Quinn
CHARLESTON ,WV - Final passage seems likely for West Virginia’s omnibus education bill, which has dominated education debate since January and, although greatly amended since, at one point caused the state’s second public school worker strike in as many years.

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06/21/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Caity Coyne
CHARLESTON ,WV - Starting next summer, the Charleston Area Medical Center will have more students from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine training in its facilities, according to a news release Wednesday announcing a new collaboration between the two entities.

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