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Healthcare adds 28,000 jobs in July
Hospitals led with hiring, adding 15,700 jobs in the month, while ambulatory centers added 8,900 jobs, far less than the 22,000 jobs ambulatory centers added in June.
California hospitals prepared as wildfires rage
So far, wildfires have not forced any hospital evacuations, but they are ready if they have to.
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Nearly three years after Hurricane Sandy essentially destroyed the Long Beach Medical Center, parent company South Nassau Communities Hospital is preparing to open a new emergency department near the site of the former medical center.
Tenet taps Healthtrust for supply chain
Healthtrust will track supply chain costs and the degree to which Tenet shares supply chain services across the healthcare provider's network of 81 acute care and 19 surgical hospitals.
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OIG: Barred providers billing in new states
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Iowa's governor, Republican Terry Branstad, is moving full speed ahead with a plan to put private companies in charge of managing Medicaid's services.
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