Krispy Kreme's name removed from children's clinic; Professor says cancel Olympics over Zika;

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> St. Peter's Health Partners and Albany Law School in New York announced a partnership to help provide legal assistance to seriously ill patients, according to WAMC public radio. Article

> Raleigh-based North Carolina Children's Specialty Clinic, part of University of North Carolina Health Care in Chapel Hill, has dropped the name of a controversial donor: Krispy Kreme, Vox reports. Article

> A public health professor is calling for the cancellation of the 2016 Rio Olympics over Zika, according to National Public Radio. Article

Health IT News

> Criminal attacks continue to be the leading cause of data breaches in healthcare, with ransomware the latest threat, according to the latest privacy and security survey conducted by the Ponemon Institute. Article

> State telemedicine coverage parity laws have had no bearing on increased use of the technology for Medicare populations, researchers write this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Article

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