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> After a murder-suicide at Cleveland Clinic's South Florida location, state officials are wondering why it's so easy to sneak a gun into a hospital. Article

> A new study suggests that while gaps between men and women's care has narrowed, both genders still don't get adequate diabetes care. Report

> A group of six hospitals in western New York are running short on doctors in several specialty areas. Article

> Struggling with the limits of the military healthcare system, some families are finding that caring for returning GIs is a full-time job. Article

> A scientist at the University of Central Florida has helped develop a nanoparticle that apparently helps deliver high concentrations of medicine for treating glaucoma. Report

> While they have a year to get their act together, providers aren't moving quickly enough to get their National Provider Identifier strategy in place, one consultant says. FierceHealthIT

> Here's some details on how an Ohio health system is pulling together its electronic medical record. FierceHealthIT

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It took a tiny oxygen mask, but they saved the rat, too. Article

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