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9/23/17 - State sues Capital Medical Center, alleging it denied charity care [The Olympian (Olympia, Wash.)]
Sept. 22 The state Attorney General's Office filed a lawsuit Friday alleging that Capital Medical Center had violated state law by withholding charity care from thousands of low-income patients. Between 2012 and 2015, Capital Medical Center consistently provided less charity care than the regional average, according to the Attorney General's Offi
9/22/17 - A FURTHER cut in occupied bed numbers at Wick's Town and County Hospital have fuelled fears that NHS Highland is
A FURTHER cut in occupied bed numbers at Wick's Town and County Hospital have fuelled fears that NHS Highland is gearing up to close the hospital's inpatient ward. Prof Baikie said yesterday: " NHS Highland is seeking alternative arrangements for the remaining patients. He added: "The private meetings between politicians and NHS Highland were a smo
9/22/17 - A hospital discharged Olathe mom's addicted son with prescriptions for 120 opioid pills. One day later, he was dead. [The Kansas City Star]
Sept. 22 Stephanie Price's last phone conversation with her son burns in her memory. Price's son, Jeromy Bubacz, was about to be discharged from Stormont Vail Health in Topeka after a minor medical procedure. Bubacz, 29, had been fighting prescription drug addiction for years after he was diagnosed with sarcoidosis, a lung condition that cost him
9/22/17 - Air Duct Cleaning and Air Changes per Hour (ACH) Testing at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital and Joliet Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC).
Location: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Great Lakes Healthcare System, Department of Veterans Affairs Great Lakes Healthcare System. Classification Code: J- Maintenance, repair& rebuilding of equipment. Subject: Air Duct Cleaning and Air Changes per Hour Testing at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital and Joliet Community-Based Outpatient Clinic.
9/22/17 - Anglia Ruskin University - Stroke patients take part in music therapy study
Release date- 20092017- The first year-long UK hospital trial to assess whether music therapy can help people recover following a stroke has started in Cambridge. The trial, which is now under way at Addenbrooke's Hospital, is being led by Dr Alexander Street of the Music for Health Research Centre at Anglia Ruskin University. This new inpatient tr
9/22/17 - Atlantis Residents Demand Better Service At Wesfleur Hospital
Ongoing complaints about quality of care at Wesfleur Hospital in Atlantis has spurred hundreds of residents to sign a petition calling for the Western Cape Department of Health to intervene. Dura flats resident Herman Mentor started the paper-based petition which has so far received 700 signatures. Pensioner Jane Cronje who lives in Saxonsea, has v
9/22/17 - Bayer and Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT open eye unit [T-break Tech (Middle East)]
Eye services across the UK have been struggling to see and treat patients in a timely manner to prevent vision loss, with units reportedly being forced to postpone appointments, causing delays to assessment. In addition the number of patients that we can see per clinic has increased so we have more than doubled our capacity, said consultant ophthal
9/22/17 - Berkshire Medical Center Nurses Schedule 24-hour Strike for Tuesday, Oct. 3; RNs on Friday Issued 10-Day Notice Following Community Forum
PITTSFIELD, Mass., Sept. 22, 2017/ PRNewswire-USNewswire/ The nearly 800 registered nurses of Berkshire Medical Center, who are represented by the Massachusetts Nurses Association, delivered a 10- day notice to hospital management on Friday notifying them of their intent to hold a one-day unfair labor practice strike beginning at 7 a.m. on Tuesda
9/22/17 - Biosimilars take center stage at 2017 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Drug Week ATLANTA- "Biosimilars: To Switch or Not to Switch?" Jonathan Kay, Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts, and Dr. Roy Fleischmann, Clinical Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
9/22/17 - Bukoba Hospital Improves Services
Arrangements are also being made to sponsor upgrading training programmes to enable some of the doctors at the Bukoba Regional Referral Hospital to qualify as medical specialists. Mr Diwani disclosed this on Wednesday afternoon when the Kagera Regional Commissioner, Salum Kijuu, made a spot visit at the hospital to console patients as a team of 15
9/22/17 - Cancer biobank Indivumed and CRO Helomics team up on precision medicine [Arab Finance (Egypt)]
Indivumed, which has a large cancer biobank, has partnered with cancer research specialist Helomics to analyze human cancer biospecimens and relevant clinical data collected from patients around the world to help advance research in personalized cancer treatments. Its clinical network includes hospitals and clinics in Germany, Poland, the U.S. and
9/22/17 - Clinical Reference Laboratories Market Present Scenario and Growth Prospects 2016-2027
Clinical Reference Laboratories Market Information, by Service Provider by Application- Forecast to 2027. Market Research Future published a research report on "Clinical Reference Laboratories Market Research Report- Global Forecast To 2027"- Market Analysis, Scope, Stake, Progress, Trends and Forecast to 2027.. Market Synopsis of Clinical referenc
9/22/17 - Concord Medical Announces Construction of Shanghai Concord Cancer Hospital [Sport360]
Concord Medical Services Holdings Limited, a leading specialty hospital management solution provider and operator of the largest network of radiotherapy and diagnostic imaging centers in China, announced that Shanghai Concord Cancer Hospital officially started construction on September 20. Shanghai Concord Cancer Hospital is a "Level III" specialty
9/22/17 - County wants CHC to help Weems [The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla.]
Sept. 21 Franklin County commissioners are moving forward with a plan to bring in a Texas- based health care consultant to boost the bottom line at Weems Memorial Hospital. Based on a presentation Tuesday morning from Jim Coleman, senior vice-president for CHC, the company is seeking a consulting deal of anywhere from six-months to two-years, for
9/22/17 - Data on Cancer Risk Detailed by Researchers at University Hospital of Messina (Genotoxic effect of iron overload and disease complications in...
Data on Cancer Risk Detailed by Researchers at University Hospital of Messina. The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from the University Hospital of Messina, "All patients were splenectomised and undergoing iron chelation therapy. Our news journalists report that additional information may be obtained by contacting E. Ferro, De
9/22/17 - Data on Intensive Care Medicine Reported by Researchers at Haukeland Hospital (The status of intensive care medicine research and a future agenda for...
Data on Intensive Care Medicine Reported by Researchers at Haukeland Hospital. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Haukeland Hospital, "The general consensus was that there was little survival to gain and the incremental life expectancy of ICU admission was considered too small. Our news correspondents report that additional.
9/22/17 - Data on Lymphoma Reported by Researchers at Maastricht University Medical Center (Prospective noninterventional study on peripheral blood stem cell...
Data on Lymphoma Reported by Researchers at Maastricht University Medical Center. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Maastricht University Medical Center, "Between 2010 and 2014, 275 patients with relapsed lymphoma from 30 EBMT centers were prospectively registered. For more information on this research see: Prospective...
9/22/17 - Davao Doctors Hospital to complete P400-M facility in October [Sport360]
Noel Villanueva, medical director of the Davao Doctors Hospital told reporters on Thursday, September 21, the operating facility is already 70 percent done. Of the P400 million budget, about P140 million was allotted for the acquisition of various medical equipment, while P260 million was spent for construction. Del Val said DDH is the first hospit
9/22/17 - Dengue takes two more lives in Peshawar
A 45 years old man, Ihsan Ullah, son of Muhammad Ashraf, resident of Sufaid Dheri village had been admitted to Khyber Teaching Hospital on Tuesday after infected by the virus. Similarly, another patient identified as Armara, daughter of Muhammad Din, a dweller of Board Bazaar, had been brought to the KTH two days ago. According to data of dengue pa
9/22/17 - Donation funds new dialysis equipment at Exeter Hospital
EXETER- Exeter Hospital's Intensive Care Unit was recently able to purchase two Baxter Prismaflex Systems thanks to a generous donation from a family who was looking to support treatment for patients with kidney disease. The Prismaflex systems are used for continuous renal replacement therapy, a dialysis modality used to treat critically ill patien
9/22/17 - Dr, Kevin W. Unger, MD Appointed Patient Preferred Urologist, 2017!
Dr. Unger currently treats patients at Affiliated Community Medical Center in Willmar and is affiliated with Stevens Community Medical Center, Rice Memorial Hospital and Ortonville Area Health Services. Board certified in Urology, Dr. Unger received his Medical Degree from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine-Twin Cities, 1988; and went o
9/22/17 - Esteemed Manager of Nursing Services, Anne M. Gannon, RN, BSN, MHA, OCN, will be Presented in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare
Anne M. Gannon is an accomplished Registered Nurse currently serving as the Nurse Manager at the University of Arizona Cancer Center Dignity Health in Phoenix, Arizona. Joseph "s Hospital and Medical Center, the Kellogg Cancer Centers at NorthShore University HealthSystem, Northwest Community Hospital, and the Center for Human Reproduction.
9/22/17 - Expert offers remedy to health workers' strikes [Nation (Kenya)]
A vicious cycle of crippling strikes and endless pay disputes has severely affected the ability of public hospitals to deliver much-needed health services to Kenyans. The constant conflict between county governments and health workers has pushed patients to seek health services in private hospitals and clinics despite the prohibitive costs.
9/22/17 - Experts challenged on role of food in medicare
Medics have been urged to teach their patients the role of food as medicine for combating daily health challenges, especially oxidative stress. Medical Director, Lindabel Medical Centre, Surulere, Lagos, Dr David Abia-Okon stated this at this year's Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the Lagos Chapter of Association of General and
9/22/17 - Families sink into debt in private facilities [Nation (Kenya)]
She is detained at Aga Khan Hospital in Kisumu after she underwent surgery last month. EXAMS The Form Four student at Moto Secondary School in Molo, Nakuru County, has been suffering from kidney failure for two years. Last year, Nekesa underwent dialysis treatment at Nakuru Level Five Hospital while she was admitted in and out of Molo sub county ho
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