From: Becker's GI & Endoscopy <>
Subject: Olympus to pay $6.6M in duodenoscope-related damages | Man accused of killing physician over botched prostate surgery 21 years prior | ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit to keynote Becker's conf. in Oct. Reg. today! | 5 most-read GI/endoscopy stories
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Aug. 1, 2017 
Today's Top Stories
1. Olympus to pay $6.6M in duodenoscope-related damages

2. 5 most read GI/endoscopy stories: July 24-28 Full story 

3. Man accused of killing physician over botched prostate surgery 21 years prior  Full story

4. Webinar: Learn how cost-accounting data allows organizations to make smarter financial and clinical decisions in this upcoming webinar.

5. Trump threatens to revoke payer subsidies - 3 insights Full story

6. Boston Scientific Q2 sales hit $2.25B Full story 

7. For the past 18 years, Kirk Herbstreit has made a name for himself as an analyst on ESPN's College GameDay remote college football studio. Don't miss Mr. Herbstreit and other keynote speakers at Becker's ASC 24th Annual Meeting: The Business and Operations of ASCs in Chicago. Reserve your spot today!
8. Fujifilm launches 2 devices for GI endoscopic submucosal dissection interventions procedures  Full story

9. Early registration discount ends today for Becker's 3rd Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle 2017! Less than 55 spots remain. Register here. Email Jessica Cole at for exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities.   
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10. 19 latest hospital, health system executive moves 
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11. 7 GI physicians making news Full story 

12. Facing $7.4M operating losses, Pen Bay Medical Center shifts focus to ambulatory setting  Full story
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