Robot nurse gives sponge baths; New CEO for Stanford Hospital & Clinics;

> Engineers at Georgia Tech developed a robot nurse that gives sponge baths, Switched.com reports. One can only hope it doesn't also electrocute the patients. Article

> Stanford Hospital & Clinics have named Amir Rubin its newest CEO, the Palo Alto Daily News reports. Article

> British Columbia's homeless are staying in $1,000-a-day hospital beds due to government budget cuts, the Province reports. Article

> The Florida Attorney General is seeking a ruling on whether Wuesthoff Health System separation pay packages for at least eight former executives following its rescue-sale to Health Management Associates in October should be made public, Florida Today reports. Article

> Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca, N.Y., is tightening security in its ER by adding electronic card readers to limit access to certain areas and limiting each patient to two visitors in the treatment area, the Ithaca Journal reports. Article

And Finally... They have training workshops for everything. Article

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