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01/16/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Alex Kacik
WASHINGTON, DC - The increasing frequency of drug shortages has injected some complexity into how Ochsner Health Systems manages supply scarcities.

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01/16/2019 - MetroNews by: Shauna Johnson
CHARLESTON ,WV - The adjutant general in West Virginia says “some tough decisions” are ahead for those who oversee homeland security and emergency management in West Virginia if the partial U.S. government shutdown continues into February.

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01/16/2019 - MetroNews by: Alex Thomas
CHARLESTON ,WV - Senate Democrats announced Tuesday they are again supporting a resolution to have the Senate Legal Counsel intervene in a lawsuit regarding former President Barack Obama’s health care law, a month after a federal judge ruled the legislative overhaul as unconstitutional.

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01/16/2019 - The Register Herald by: Erin Beck
WASHINGTON, DC - In its first budget hearing before West Virginia lawmakers since several justices were impeached over excessive spending, state Supreme Court justices proposed a fiscal year 2020 budget on Tuesday.

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01/15/2019 - The Hill by: Emily Birnbaum
WASHINGTON, DC - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is going to restart high-risk food inspections this week despite the partial government shutdown, which has forced the FDA to suspend most routine domestic food facility inspections.

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01/15/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Susannah Luthi
WASHINGTON, DC - Capitol Hill lawmakers started out the third week of the new Congress with drug manufacturers on the brain: specifically, oversight of drug-pricing strategies and antitrust scrutiny of the proposed $74 billion Bristol-Myers Squibb acquisition of Celgene Corp.

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01/15/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Rachel Z. Arndt
WASHINGTON, DC - The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology on Monday updated its standards and specifications to boost interoperability, after soliciting feedback from the healthcare industry.

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