From: Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality <>
Subject: 86 scabies cases at Ohio hospital | Potential TB exposure at Akron City Children's Hospital's NICU | Less than 300 spots remain for Annual Meeting | Detroit Medical Center's central sterile department under investigation again
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Feb. 1, 2017
1. Visitor at Akron City Children's Hospital NICU potentially exposed patients, staff to TB Full story

2. Agencies launch new investigation of Detroit Medical Center's central sterile department Full story

3. 86 scabies cases reported at Ohio hospital Full story

4. Webinar: What are the major factors for preserving anesthesia excellence at academic medical centers? Register here

5. 60 rural hospital CEOs to know Full story

6. Cleveland Clinic, CEO of Mayo Clinic issue statements on Trump's travel ban Full story

7. Whitepaper: Learn why aggregating, harmonizing, and enriching data to get a 360-degree view of a member or patient is more crucial, yet more difficult, than ever Download the whitepaper here

8. Legionella bacteria detected at VA Pittsburgh, system issues water restrictions Full story

9. 7 things to know about norovirus Full story

10. Michigan high school hit by outbreak of suspected norovirus - 500 kids absent Full story

11.Hear from more than 300 speakers, including 233 hospital and health system leaders, at Becker's 8th Annual Meeting April 17-20 in Chicago.To see the brochure and register, click here

12. 10 most popular infection control stories in January Full story

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