Carolinas HealthCare System CEO to retire; New Hampshire hospital accuses nurse of diverting drugs;

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> Carolinas HealthCare System CEO Michael Tarwater announced Tuesday that he will retire next June after spending more than three decades presiding over the nonprofit health system's massive growth, the Charlotte Observer reports. Article

> Health authorities have cleared a patient who was being monitored for Ebola symptoms at Massachusetts General Hospital after he developed a fever following a trip to West Africa, according to the Boston Globe. Article

> The New Hampshire Board of Nursing suspended a traveling nurse's practice rights--for the second time in two weeks--after the Portsmouth Regional Hospital in Concord accused her of diverting 24 units of the painkiller fentanyl, the New Hampshire Union Leader reports. Article

Practice Management News

> When designing benefits packages for employees, many companies focus on retirement and investment, but workers and practices also stand to gain from a greater emphasis on financial matters of the "here and now," according to an article from the Society for Human Resource Management. Article

> Although the practice of medicine is full of varied experiences of physicians, there's just one that equates to true satisfaction, according to research from the American Medical Association: Enough one-on-one with patients and a feeling of satisfaction that you've done a good job at the end of the day. Article

And Finally… Heart of gold. Article

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