EEOC sues over flu shots; More men hospitalized for self-harm;

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> A lawsuit filed this week by the Equal Employment Opportunity commission alleges a North Carolina hospital forced flu shots on workers with religious objections, Reuters reports. Article

> More and more men have been hospitalized for self-inflicted harm in England since 2008, according to BMJ Open. Study announcement

> A cancer drug in tiny doses may be able to stop sepsis in its tracks, according to researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Study announcement

Health Finance News

> Healthcare executives are generally optimistic about the current state of their businesses, although they have ongoing concerns about the ever-increasing cost of delivering care, according to a survey conducted by CIT Healthcare Finance. Article

> Margins among non-profit hospitals have rebounded completely from the Great Recession and have hit highs not seen in several years, according to Moody's Investors Service, which analyzed the numbers for 190 hospitals and healthcare systems. Article

And Finally… All things confused. Article



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