Hospitals restrict visits over unidentified illness; Harvard School of Public Health gets largest donation ever;

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> James Merlino, M.D., the Cleveland Clinic's chief experience officer, resigned for a position as president and CMO of Press Ganey Associates' strategic consulting division, according to Becker's Hospital Review. Article

> Hospitals in Missouri and Illinois now restrict visitors due to an outbreak of an unidentified respiratory illness, according to the Associated Press. Article

> Harvard School of Public Health alumnus Gerald Chan donated $350 million to the school--the largest donation in its history--through his family charity, according to the Boston Globe. Article

> Here are five rules doctors and staff should keep in mind about hospital photography and HIPAA, according to LinkedIn. Article

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> An obscure federal measure of productivity and growth may have a growing consequence for healthcare delivery and the financial success of the Affordable Care Act, the Wall Street Journal reported. Article

And Finally… It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a flying Jaguar. Article

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