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01/14/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Steven Ross Johnson
WASHINGTON, DC - This winter's flu season looks to be milder than last year's record breaking season, according to early numbers.

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01/14/2019 - WVU Today
MORGANTOWN, WV - New research from West Virginia University suggests a widely used index to assess hospital patients’ risk of readmission may have a blind spot.

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01/14/2019 - The Herald-Dispatch by: Taylor Stuck
CHARLESTON ,WV - West Virginia should have more than 900 substance use disorder treatment beds by the end of the year thanks to the Ryan Brown Addiction Prevention and Recovery Fund, said Bob Hansen, director of the state Office of Drug Control Policy.

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01/14/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Steven Ross Johnson
WASHINGTON, DC - A year after the 340B drug discount program faced the prospect of major changes designed to curb what Republicans argued was a program that had grown way too large given its purpose, hospitals receiving the pharmacy benefit now face an easier path with Democrats controlling the House.

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01/14/2019 - The Herald-Dispatch
HUNTINGTON, WV - Mountain Health Network, which includes Huntington’s two hospitals, has announced an affiliation agreement with Charleston Area Medical Center, which will see the two institutions work together to share information and train doctors.

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01/14/2019 - The Herald-Dispatch by: Bishop Nash
HUNTINGTON, WV - Michael Mullins has been named the first president and CEO of the newly created Mountain Health Network, the Huntington-based regional health system formed after Cabell Huntington Hospital's acquisition of St. Mary's Medical Center.

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01/11/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Harris Meyer
WASHINGTON, DC - Several major healthcare lawsuits are moving ahead despite the partial federal government shutdown, while federal judges have delayed others.

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