More hospitals aim to eliminate antibiotics in meat they serve; New nursing competencies recommended to improve veterans' healthcare needs;

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> More hospitals are eliminating antibiotics in the meat they serve, according to a report by NPR. Article

> A former Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest Medical Center employee was charged with two counts of invasive video recording after investigators determined that at least two female hospital patients were secretly videotaped, KWTX reports. Article

> New nursing competencies may help improve veterans' healthcare needs, according to a new research paper. Research announcement

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> A new report published by the Federal Trade Commission on the use of big data is relevant to the agency's stance on how such information should be handled with regard to healthcare, according to health attorney David Harlow. Article

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> Online reviews of healthcare providers are here to stay, but whether there is any value to them depends on whom you ask, according to an article from KSL.com.  Article

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