Rape victims improperly charged for forensic exams; New York hospital evaluates patient for Ebola;

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> Grady Memorial Hospital, Georgia's largest public hospital, unlawfully charged more than 730 rape victims for forensic exams, according to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution investigation. Article

> A new law for verifying and tracking competency among registered nurses in Georgia will take effect this week and will offer nurses five options for meeting the individual requirements, The Albany Herald reported. Article

> A man who recently traveled to West Africa was evaluated this week for Ebola symptoms at Bellevue Hospital in New York, according to the Daily News. Article      

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> A labor union representing workers at three Hawaiian hospitals has filed suit to block a privatization effort, according to Pacific Business News. Article

> Is the Affordable Care Act-related shine on for-profit hospital stocks beginning to wear thin? That appears to be the consensus on Wall Street, where publicly-traded hospital stocks were hit hard last week due to a spike in uninsured patients at one company, Investor's Business Daily has reported. Article

And finally… Boxed in. Article

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