Out of their comfort zone

Article Written by: Beth Kutscher    Taken From:  Modern Healthcare When DaVita, the country’s second-largest provider of kidney dialysis services, acquired multispecialty medical group HealthCare Partners in May 2012, the deal surprised observers because it seemed to take DaVit
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Ohio Transplant Victim Says Hospital ‘Wasted’ Brother’s Trashed Kidney

Article Written By:  Susan Donaldson James   Taken From:  ABC News An Ohio man who had his kidney surgically removed to save his sister’s life, only to see it accidentally thrown out by a nurse, said he lay “in a lot of pain” unable to help. His sister Sarah Fudacz t
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In Obamacare Buildup, Hospitals Face a Self-Inflicted Wound

Article Written By:  John Tozzi   Taken From:  Business Week Liberty Hospital near Kansas City, Mo., has eliminated 120 jobs this year, closed its wound-care clinic, and stopped offering free rides to poor and elderly patients. The Cleveland Clinic is searching for ways to cut $250 mi
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