Ebola survivors suffer neurological symptoms six months after infection; Patients at a South Jersey hospital may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B or C;

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> A complaint by the National Nurses United against two of the West Virginia hospitals owned by Community Health Systems will be heard next week, according to the Bluefield Daily Telegraph. Article

> A new study finds that many Ebola survivors experience neurological symptoms more than six months after the initial infection. Study announcement

> A South Jersey hospital has warned 213 patients they may have been exposed to HIV or hepatitis B or C because of drug tampering, The Daily Journal reports. Article

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> New reports released this week by the Health Care Cost Institute conclude that hospitals and other providers take non-traditional approaches to delivery of services in order to reduce costs. Article

> Despite the addition of millions of newly insured Americans under the Affordable Care Act, hospitals continue to struggle with the issue of bad debt because of non-paying patients. Article

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