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Dayton Daily News

What's your hospital's safety rating? Search latest Leapfrog grades
Dayton Daily News
Local hospitals just received new safety grades from the nonprofit health care watchdog Leapfrog. The Leapfrog ratings come out in the fall and spring each year and are based off of 28 measures of publicly available hospital safety data.

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Dallas News

Arlington mental hospital disputes charges that it illegally detained patients
Dallas News
A North Texas hospital company violated state mental-health codes when one of its facilities illegally held patients, authorities say. A Tarrant County grand jury indicted SAS Healthcare Inc., also known as Sundance Behavioral Healthcare System, on ...
North Texas hospital corporation accused of holding patients illegally is indictedFort Worth Star Telegram
North Texas psychiatric hospital hit with criminal violations | wfaa.comWFAA.com
Tarrant County District Attorney Indicts Mental Health HospitalNBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
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fox2now.com

Hospital accused of removing both kidneys from healthy woman
fox2now.com
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Imagine if doctors removed both of your kidneys only to later admit you don't have kidney cancer? 73-year-old Linda Woolley said that's exactly what happened to her. "I was not real happy," the Englewood grandmother told KDVR.
Hospital accused of removing both kidneys from healthy woman ...myfox8.com
University of Colorado Hospital accused of removing woman's 2 healthy kidneysFOX31 Denver

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WAFB

Spine Hospital of LA wins national patient satisfaction award
WAFB
The survey contains a series of questions about a patients' hospital experiences (communication with nurses and doctors, the responsiveness of hospital staff, the cleanliness and quietness of the hospital environment, pain management, communication ...

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Texas hospital system accused of holding patients illegally
ABC News
A Texas corporation that runs behavioral health hospitals is accused of illegally holding four patients. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that SAS Healthcare Inc. was indicted Wednesday on nine counts of violating the Texas Mental Health Code.

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Seattle Times

$800M for a new Western State Hospital? Washington ponders replacement amid mental-health-system woes
Seattle Times
The Washington Department of Social and Health Services has requested $800 million from the state to build a new psychiatric facility on Western State Hospital's existing campus for patients coming from the criminal justice system. The agency says that ...

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Man charged with killing mother in NH hospital poised to change his plea
The Boston Globe
A former Rhode Island man charged with fatally shooting his 70-year-old mother last year in a New Hampshire hospital is about to change his plea, officials said. Travis M. Frink, 50, who previously pleaded not guilty to murder charges for the September ...

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USA TODAY

Aerosmith's Joe Perry released from the hospital, is 'home and doing well'
USA TODAY
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is home and recovering after a medical scare. The 68-year-old rocker "was released from the hospital and is home and doing well," his representative Marcee Rondan told USA TODAY. Perry was hospitalized with breathing ...
Joe Perry released from hospital following collapse at Billy Joel concertFox News
Joe Perry Back In the Saddle After Medical EmergencyTMZ
Aerosmith's Joe Perry released from hospital after collapsePage Six

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New York Times

When Hospitals Merge to Save Money, Patients Often Pay More
New York Times
The analysis showed that the price of an average hospital stay soared, with prices in most areas going up between 11 percent and 54 percent in the years afterward, according to researchers from the Nicholas C. Petris Center at the University of ...
Hospital mergers often raise patient costs, analysis findsBecker's Hospital Review

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Healthcare IT News

Korea's Myongji Hospital signs agreement with BICube to co-develop a blockchain-based medical information exchange
Healthcare IT News
Myongji Hospital, which was established in 1987 in South Korea, has recently signed an agreement with BICube, an IT company based in Korea to co-develop a blockchain-based medical information exchange system. According to the official press release ...


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