Ebola drug manufacturer ramps up production; A quarter of Latinos lack health insurance;

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> The manufacturer of the Ebola drug ZMapp said it is trying its best to ramp up production to meet what it expects will be a rising demand, the Washington Post reported. Article

> As the healthcare industry braces for the second open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act, outreach workers struggle to find more people willing to enroll, Kaiser Health News reported. Article

> A quarter of the nation's Latinos lack health insurance, nearly double the nationwide average. A lack of culturally appropriate outreach programs and financial issues are among the factors behind the coverage gap, Stateline reported. Article

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> The Dallas hospital that treated Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, is defending its actions in the wake of his death, according to Boston.com. Article

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> The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Innovation Center has awarded more than $15 million to the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center's Department of Neurosurgery to expand the institution's telehealth infrastructure, Sens. Tom Udall (D) and Martin Heinrich (D) announced this week. Article

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