Eight infants test positive for TB; Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota names new CEO;

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> Eight infants exposed to an El Paso, Texas, nurse with tuberculosis have tested positive for the disease, according to Fox News. Article

> Robert Bonar Jr. will become chief executive officer of Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, the largest pediatric health system in the state, in December, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Article

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> The Department of Veterans Affairs says it provided remote care to more than 690,000 veterans during fiscal year 2014. Article

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> Indiana-based Parkview Health recently announced its plan to drop UnitedHealthcare from its provider group, according to a statement released to NewsChannel 15. Article

> Federally Qualified Health Centers provide care to those who need it the most in a not-so-lavish way. They also do something that other high-funded medical groups do not, writes Todd Rothenhaus, M.D., chief medical officer for AthenaHealth, in a blog post: They focus on the patients and providers' quality of care, and worry little about revenue. Article

And Finally… Impatient. Article

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