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9/14/17 - 16 sue Jefferson Hospital in opioid scheme [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review]
Sept. 13 Sixteen people on Wednesday sued Jefferson Hospital for negligence in connection with a former employee who stole painkillers intended for hospital patients and gave the patients look-alike pills not intended to treat pain. "The descriptions of suffering in speaking with these patients and their families are heartbreaking," said Downtow
9/14/17 - 2m hospital funding for 45 extra beds
Twelve wards are to be expanded at Royal Stoke University Hospital in Staffordshire, which will make room for 45 extra beds. More than one in 10- 12.5 per cent- are enduring similar problems at it its sister site County Hospital in Stafford. The extra beds will be fitted in by conbe verting storage space at the Main Building, which was opened in 20
9/14/17 - 2m to create extra 45 beds at hospital
Twelve wards are to be expanded at Royal Stoke University Hospital in Staffordshire which will make room for 45 extra beds. The announcement comes as around one in five patients waited longer than four hours to be dealt with in July while more than one in ten are enduring similar problems at its sister site, County Hospital in Stafford. In the mean
9/14/17 - 37m payout for victims left scarred for life by Paterson: Private hospital looks to settle legal action with huge fund
A further 10 million will be provided by Paterson's insurers and the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust. Simon Gordon, interim chief executive at Spire, said: "Whilst nothing diminishes Mr Paterson's responsibility for his actions, these events took place in our hospitals, and this should not have happened. "We accept that better clinical gov
9/14/17 - ACT.md and Boston Medical Center Join Forces with Community Partners Testing Housing Prescriptions as Health Care
ACT.md, a national provider of team-based care coordination technology and services, today announced a collaboration with Housing Prescriptions as Health Care at Boston Medical Center, a project studying the effects of an innovative intervention that combines services across the health, housing, social and legal service sectors in order to improve.
9/14/17 - Another Group Threatens Total Shutdown of Nigerian Hospitals
With the Nigerian government still trying to pacify resident doctors at public hospitals to return to work, another group of professionals in the sector has joined the fray. The Joint Health Sector Unions and Assembly of Health Care Professionals, JOHESU, says it will begin a nationwide strike on September 20. Despite intense negotiations with the
9/14/17 - Area hospitals resume operations
Currently, Englewood Community Hospital, Bayfront Health Venice and the Sarasota Memorial Hospital Emergency Room in North Port are open. Englewood Community Hospital suspended operations Saturday ahead of the storm. Hite expects the other locations across Venice to be open as soon as power is restored, but for now those seeking help can visit the
9/14/17 - Aspetar gets accreditation from WHO on patient safety [Gulf Times (Qatar)]
Aspetar Hospital is an elite health provider, particularly in the field of sports medicine. The World Health Organisation Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean adminsters the accreditation in partnership with Qatar s Ministry of Public Health. In 2014, the then- Supreme Council of Health partnered with the WHO/ EMRO to implement the PSFH
9/14/17 - BRIEF: Multiple people shot in North Memphis, some victims taken to children's hospital [The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.]
Sept. 14 Multiple people were reportedly shot Wednesday afternoon in the 1000 block of Morehead in North Memphis, Memphis police said in a Twitter post. A Memphis Fire Department official said some patients were taken to a children's hospital. Two ambulances went to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital and two ambulances went to the Regional Medical Ce
9/14/17 - Brighton Health Plan Solutions and Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Collaborate to Bring an Innovative New Marketplace of Health Systems, Create, to New York Tri-state Area Plan Sponsors and Members [Sport360]
-Create, the first marketplace of health care systems in the tri-state area, is collaborating with Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, as well as other major local health care systems, to offer plan sponsors a health care option that will reduce costs and increase quality of care. We are very excited to be collaborating with Englewood Hospital a
9/14/17 - Brighton Health Plan Solutions Collaborates with Long Island Health Network to Deliver Create, a New Marketplace of Health Systems, to New York Tri-state Area Plan Sponsors and Members [Sport360]
-Long Island Health Network, on behalf of its member hospitals and other health care providers, is one of the first health care systems to collaborate with Create, a new marketplace of health systems from Brighton Health Plan Solutions. The collaboration between Create and Long Island Health Network will allow members and their families to develop
9/14/17 - Can't refill prescription after Hurricane Irma? Hospitals, pharmacies begin to reopen [The Miami Herald]
In addition, Walgreens reported that more than 500 drugstores had reopened in Florida while CVS said that more than 600 pharmacies in the Sunshine State were back in business. At least 174 hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities in Florida were still closed Tuesday afternoon, state health officials reported. At the Hampton Court Nu
9/14/17 - Children's Hospitals Commend Senate Lawmakers for CHIP Progress
The Children's Hospital Association issued the following news release:. Children's hospitals across the country, on behalf of the patients and families they serve, commend United States Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, R- Utah, and Ranking Member Ron Wyden, D- Ore., for their recent announcement that they have come to an agreement on
9/14/17 - Children's Hospitals Honored by Sepsis Alliance for Innovative Work to Improve Outcomes for Pediatric Sepsis
The Children's Hospital Association issued the following news release:. Nearly 50 of the nation's leading children's hospitals and the Children's Hospital Association are among honorees receiving the 2017 Sepsis Hero award presented by Sepsis Alliance, a national patient advocacy group. Working together through CHA's Improving Pediatric Sepsis...
9/14/17 - Congenital Heart Disease Expert Implants First-of-Its-Kind Pulmonary Heart Valve Device in an FDA-Approved Clinical Trial
The Cedars-Sinai Medical Center issued the following news release:. "These patients, typically require multiple open-heart surgeries over the course of their lifetime, and in between surgeries, this condition is quietly causing significant damage to their heart that may ultimately result in heart failure and a premature death," said Evan Zahn, MD,
9/14/17 - DHMC Regroups, Reflects
Lebanon Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center returned to relative normalcy on Wednesday following the shooting death of a patient in the intensive care unit on Tuesday. This is a resilient organization, said John Kacavas, D-H s chief legal officer and general counsel, in a news conference outside a D-H office building on Wednesday afterno
9/14/17 - Doctors of NA-120 for Dr Yasmin
However, the retired doctors don't fall under such restrictions.Dr Yasmin Rashid, who herself is a renowned practicing doctor and had been serving as the president of Pakistan Medical Association, has clout among the doctors community. A lot of different important buildings are located in the area, including a score of public and private hospitals
9/14/17 - Doctors' Strike: NYSC Commends Nasarawa Corps Doctors
The National Youth Service Corps on Wednesday commended corps doctors for providing medical services in hospitals in Nasarawa State. Hajia Zainab Isah, Coordinator of NYSC in the state, made the commendation in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria in Lafia. The ongoing Resident Doctors strike had crippling health services at secondary and terti
9/14/17 - Doctors strike: NYSC commends corps doctors in Nasarawa State
NAN-HG-8 Doctors Olukayode Babalola Lafia, Sept. 13, 2017. The National Youth Service Corps on Wednesday commended corps doctors for providing medical services in hospitals in Nasarawa State. Hajia Zainab Isah, Coordinator of NYSC in the state, made the commendation in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria in Lafia.
9/14/17 - East Texas Medical Center, Ardent and the University of Texas System Are Coming Together to Further Health in East Texas
Based in Tyler, Texas, ETMC includes 502- bed East Texas Medical Center Tyler and a network of nine hospitals and 39 clinics, including regional hospitals located in Athens, Carthage, Henderson, Jacksonville, Pittsburg and Quitman. "After a deliberate and thoughtful process, our Board of Directors is pleased to select Ardent Health Services and th
9/14/17 - Emory Johns Creek Hospital Opens State-of-the-Art Cardiac Catheterization Lab
Emory University's Woodruff Health Sciences Center issued the following news release:. "Our new cardiac catheterization lab will provide physicians access to innovative software and will help us deliver the highest quality care to treat patients with cardiovascular disease," says Gregory Robertson, MD, chief of cardiology at Emory Heart and Vascul
9/14/17 - Female doctors sue Carolinas HealthCare for same pay Female doctors sue, say male physician paid 'substantially more' for same work at Carolinas HealthCare
The doctors are suing their Concord employer, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority, which does business as NorthEast Physician Network, and is an affiliate of Carolinas HealthCare. Carolinas HealthCare issued a statement on Monday evening saying that the company could not speak directly about the pending litigation. But attorney Chris...
9/14/17 - Findings from Cancer Hospital in the Area of Breast Cancer Described (Classification of chronic radiation-induced ulcers in the chest wall after...
Findings from Cancer Hospital in the Area of Breast Cancer Described. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Women's Health Weekly Current study results on Oncology- Breast Cancer have been published. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Cancer Hospital, "We divided the cases into 3 types according to their clinical manif
9/14/17 - Findings from National Cancer Center Hospital East Broaden Understanding of Breast Cancer (The Impact of Treatment Preferences in Second-Line...
Findings from National Cancer Center Hospital East Broaden Understanding of Breast Cancer. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Women's Health Weekly A new study on Oncology- Breast Cancer is now available. According to news reporting originating in Kashiwa, Japan, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "We assessed the impact of treatment pr
9/14/17 - Fund set up for patients of disgraced surgeon
Spire Healthcare, which runs private hospitals across the UK, will contribute Pounds 27.2 m to the fund, which is intended to halt legal proceedings by patients against the group and account for any new claims. It said the order "will conclude all current and known claims from patients against Spire Healthcare and its co-defendants, Ian Paterson an
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