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July 2014
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July 2014

Volume: 20
Number: 7
Dori E. Rosenberg, PhD, MPH; Lou Grothaus, MA; and David Arterburn, MD, MPH
Shehnaz Alidina, MPH; Eric C. Schneider, MD, MSc; Sara J. Singer, MBA, PhD; and Meredith B. Rosenthal, PhD
Salomeh Keyhani; Eric Cheng; Susan Ofner; Linda Williams, and Dawn Bravata


May/June 2014
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May/June 2014

Volume: 6
Number: 3
Jan Berger, MD, MJ; Louis L. Brunetti, MD; Robert DaSilva, RPh; Shareh O. Ghani, MD; Kevin Hirsch, MD; Mumtaz Ibrahim, MD; Michael Kobernick, MD, MS, FAAEM, FAAFP; Robin J. Richardson, RPh; Scott Schnuckle; Justin Weiss, PharmD; and Richard Bankowitz, MD, MBA, FACP
Qian Cai, MS, MSPH; Chureen Carter, PharmD, MS; Azza AbuDagga, PhD, MHA; Brad Schenkel, MS; Megan Jones, PharmD, MPA; and Hiangkiat Tan, BPharm, MS



Thursday, July 31st, 2014
US Hospitals Implement Initatives to Ease Concerns of an Ebola Outbreak
Katie Sullivan, MA
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the risk of the Ebola virus spreading to the United States remains low. Still, many US healthcare stakeholders are now taking steps to ensure that the disease does not spread to state-bound Americans. So far, the disease—which kills 90% of people who become infected with it—has infected more than 1,200 people in 3 West African countries and killed an estimated 700 of them.
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