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> Heart implant manufacturer Medtronic has asked doctors to stop using a key component in its recent defibrillator models. Article

> Virginia hospitals are telling state legislators that while they're giving out millions of dollars in free mental health care, they still aren't meeting the demand for such services. Article

> Years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans hospitals are just beginning to hit their stride again. Article

> Colorado's independent pharmacists continue to fight planned Medicaid cuts, which they say could slash dispensing and reimbursement fees by almost 40 percent. Article

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