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06/22/2021 - Modern Healthcare
WASHINGTON, DC - The pandemic heightened attention to clinician burnout and staff wellbeing and, in some cases, added to underlying tensions between employees and employers.

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06/22/2021 - The Hill by: Justine Coleman
WASHINGTON, DC - The number of Americans enrolled in Medicaid reached a record of almost 74 million earlier this year after ballooning in enrollees during the pandemic, the administration announced on Monday.

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06/22/2021 - The Register-Herald
CHARLESTON, WV - West Virginia lawmakers will convene Thursday to take up $250 million in spending proposed by Gov. Jim Justice.

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06/22/2021 - Modern Healthcare by: Michael Brady
WASHINGTON, DC - HHS is withdrawing a December advisory opinion from the Health Resources and Services Administration requiring drugmakers to give 340B drug discounts to contract pharmacies, according to a court filing on Friday.

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06/22/2021 - The Dominion Post by: David Beard
MORGANTOWN, WV - A Pennsylvania-based hospital system has acquired Acuity Specialty Hospital of Morgantown – the hospital-within-a-hospital located inside Mon Health Medical Center – along with a joint-ownership interest in HealthWorks Rehab & Fitness, with facilities in Morgantown and seven other nearby towns.

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06/22/2021 - WVNews
MORGANTOWN, WV - Karen Bowling, executive vice president of government affairs for the West Virginia University Health System and president and CEO of WVU Medicine’s Braxton County Memorial Hospital and Summersville Regional Medical Center, will become president and CEO of Princeton Community Hospital on July 6.

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06/21/2021 - The Hill by: Morgan Chalfant
WASHINGTON, DC - President Biden on Friday pleaded with Americans who have not yet gotten vaccinated against COVID-19 to do so as soon as possible, citing the danger posed by the new delta variant.

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