Monsoon damage at Phoenix veterans medical center forces move of patients; S.C. hospital patient arrested after assaulting staff;

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> The Phoenix Veterans Affairs hospital must move dozens of patients, cancel certain treatments and indefinitely halt all new admissions due to storm damage, The Arizona Republic reports. Article

> Police arrested a Charleston, South Carolina hospital patient after he attacked 14 staff and security members, News13 reports. Article

> Vacancy and turnover rates are up among Missouri hospital-based healthcare professions, according to the Missouri Hospital Association's 2015 Annual Workforce Report. Report

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> With the launch of its new Health Cloud platform Wednesday, San Francisco-based software company Salesforce aims to help doctors better manage patient care. Article

> The Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights has fined Indiana-based radiation oncology practice Cancer Care Group $750,000 for potential HIPAA violations stemming from the 2012 theft of a laptop that contained information for 55,000 patients. Article

And finally…  The sincerest form of flattery. Article

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