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Subject: Why the latest Ebola outbreak is worrying health officials | Steward to close Ohio hospital | 200 Colo. patients tested for hepatitis, HIV due to sterilization breach | Nurses less likely to point out poor hand hygiene than physicians
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August 17, 2018
1. 200 patients tested for hepatitis, HIV due to improperly sterilized surgical tools at Colorado health center Full story
2. Why the latest Ebola outbreak is worrying health officials    

3. Still no charges, arrests in NICU injuries case at Meriter       Full story

4. Are you rallying survey readiness efforts around Joint Commission focus areas and CMS hot spots? Learn more

5. Nurses less likely than physicians to speak up to colleagues with poor hand hygiene Full story

6. 20 hospitals hiring nurses Full story
7. To learn how UCSF is transforming the patient experience with EHR integration, download this whitepaper. 

8. Steward to close Ohio hospital, lay off 388 Full story

9. Mount Sinai professor: Why Medicare should pay physicians more for treating sickest patients Full story

10. UnitedHealthcare's CMO out weeks after taking role           Full story

11. The need to protect patient data - Read this whitepaper for crucial insights into healthcare cybersecurity. 

12. Geisinger, Merck roll out patient communication tools       Full story

13. 5 times news outlets prompted hospital investigations, suspensions or charge withdrawals Full story


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