EPA prepares for Zika; Wisconsin nurses don't take advantage of addiction options;

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> The Environmental Protection Agency is taking steps to prepare for an outbreak of the Zika virus, such as analyzing the potential effect of heavier-duty pesticides for mosquitoes, according to Kaiser Health News. Article

> There are several management strategies that could benefit hospital CEOs even though they are not taught in business school, according to Becker's Hospital Review. Article

> Wisconsin is one of several states that allows drug-addicted nurses to come forward for treatment, but few take advantage of the program, according to Chron. Article

Health IT News

> The Upstream Health Innovations center affiliated with Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis is looking at social issues as a factor in its quest to reduce readmissions, reports Becker's Health IT & CIO Review. Article

> Surgeon Sahfi Ahmed, who made a name for himself by using Google Glass, performed cancer surgery Thursday using virtual reality that was streamed online. Article

And Finally… The Cat in the Court. Article

 

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