GAO to investigate hysterectomy device; Police make arrest for North Carolina ER disturbance;

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> The Government Accountability Office will investigate a surgical device linked to uterine cancer, according to the Wall Street Journal. Article

> Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, has successfully separated conjoined twin sisters, according to WTHR. Article

> The Jacksonville (North Carolina) Police Department arrested a man in connection with an altercation in the parking lot of Onslow Memorial Hospital's emergency department, which caused a lockdown for several hours, according to the Jacksonville Daily News. Article

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> When it comes to the pending mega-mergers among health insurers, hospitals and other providers have begun to peel the gloves off, according to Forbes magazine. Article

> The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs allowed several hospital building projects to spiral out of control, according to a series of report from the Army Corps of Engineers. Article

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