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Advocacy group cites FDA error in medication's labeling
Readers of today's blog post might want to reach for some medication themselves after trying to sort out the following -- there's no other w
Study: post-surgical respiratory depression often avertable
It is alarming problems, of course, that often trigger an individual's need for surgery. Sometimes, though, and for select patients, it is a
Increasingly, younger people being diagnosed with strokes
As the oft-cited adage notes, "Speed kills." Yet it also saves lives, with that being prominently underscored in cases where persons with st
Update: Deadly bacteria report underscores power of CRE superbug
In the realm of acronyms, the shorthand designation CRE really packs a punch. Unlike some truncated denotations that apply to mundane and in
Studies undercut views of malpractice tort reformers, Part 2
We noted in yesterday's blog post (please see our February 19 entry) that there is a division in views between medical malpractice tort refo
44% of hospitals reported [to OIG] that they can delete the contents of ...
Modern Healthcare published an article "Feds eye crackdown on cut-and-paste EHR fraud" on Dec. 10, 2013 by Joe Carlson. The article is about
Contra Costa County health doctors air complaints about county's new $45...
One of every 10 patients visiting Contra Costas emergency rooms in September left without ever seeing a nurse or doctor due to long waits,
Embattled HCA reaps strong profits from California hospitals
Hospital chain HCA Holdings Inc., under government scrutiny for allegedly performing unnecessary surgeries and other medical procedures on s
Boulder Community Hospital computer records back on line - but something...
This post is in followup to my March 20, 2013 post "Boulder Community Hospital computer system crash: Either you're in control of your infor
Exeter Hospital cited for infection control lapses that may have led to ...
Government investigators have cited a New Hampshire hospital for violations in infection control that may have contributed to an outbreak of
Contra Costa's $45 million computer health care system endangering lives...
A West County Detention Facility inmate nearly received a fatal overdose of his heart medication last week because of a computer glitch, a n
Opinion: Protect patients' rights, protect patients' lives - CNN.com
We are facing a medical malpractice crisis in our country.
Pfizer's Wyeth ordered to face class-action over Pristiq
(Reuters) - A federal judge has granted class-action status to former Wyeth Inc shareholders who accused the company, now part of Pfizer Inc
Meningitis linked to steroid blamed for 5 deaths, 30 illnesses
At least five people have died in an outbreak of a rare form of meningitis caused by a fungal infection from steroids often used to combat b
Medical malpractice lawsuits have cost city $134 million this year and r...
THE CITY HAS doled out $134 million this year for medical mishaps at its 11 public hospitals, some during child birth and others resulting i