Ebola Virus More Persistent than Previously Known

Months after moving past the peak of the worst outbreak of Ebola in history, this deadly virus…

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New Ebola Cases Raise Concern of Potential New Outbreak

Three new cases of Ebola have been confirmed in Liberia, following the death of a teenager from…

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By the Numbers, Do You Have Ebola or the Flu?

The nation is receiving daily news updates on Ebola in the United States, and the debate in…

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Financial Impacts and Communicable Illness Planning

  Not having a communicable illness strategy with defined processes, procedures and triggers is not an option…

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The Issue Is Not Ebola, It’s Loss of Control

Ebola preparedness for companies, especially publicly traded ones, is not about cleaning protocols or social distancing. It…

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Enterovirus 68, TB, and Ebola in the U.S. – Analysis by Dr. Donald Donahue JR

This is the second of two articles this week from Dr. Donald Donahue JR., DHEd, MBA, FACHE….

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Ebola Crisis Planning Includes Post-Crisis Measures – Analysis by Dr. Don Donahue

This is the first of two articles this week from Dr. Donald Donahue JR., DHEd, MBA, FACHE….

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CDC Director on Ebola – An Urgent Response is Needed

The following is an excerpt of the transcript of CDC Director Tom Frieden’s teleconference on the continued…

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Ebola Global Alert

As of March 27, 2014 a total of 103 suspected cases, including 66 deaths (case fatality ratio:…

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