NYC hospitals use MetroCards to advertise; Striking Liberian healthcare workers could hamper battle against Ebola;

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> A few New York City hospitals found a new way to advertise--on Metropolitan Transportation Authority MetroCards, AM New York reported. Article

> Some nurses from St. Mary's Healthcare in Amsterdam, New York will have a say in whether the provider joins the New York State Nurses Association, according to Albany Business Review. Article

> Healthcare workers in Liberia are on strike over unpaid wages, exacerbating the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, Fox News reported. Article

Practice Management News

>  Across industries, the highest-performing teams don't rely on a manager to hold members accountable, but rather create a culture in which peers respectfully confront one another, according to a post from Harvard Business Review. Article

> As predicted, the American Medical Association issued recommendations for Medicare to cover end-of-life discussions with patients, a change that could prompt physicians to initiate these conversations more often, according to an article from the New York Times. Article

And Finally… The thin blue feline. Article

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