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Private accreditors OK troubled Calif. surgery centers

Private accreditors OK troubled Calif. surgery centers

By Christina Jewett  |  September 20, 2018

A decade ago, California stopped licensing surgery centers and then gave approval power to private accreditors that are commonly paid by the centers they inspect. That system of oversight has created a troubling legacy of laxity, an invesigation finds.

Chicago psychiatric hospital fails to protect suicidal patients

By Virgil Dickson  |  September 18, 2018

The CMS warned that Aurora Chicago Lakeshore Hospital, one of the city's largest psychiatric hospitals, is not adequately protecting suicidal patients from harming themselves and could lose its Medicare billing privileges.

2 million U.S. teens are vaping marijuana

2 million U.S. teens are vaping marijuana

By Associated Press  |  September 17, 2018

A school-based survey shows nearly 1 in 11 U.S. students have used marijuana in electronic cigarettes, heightening health concerns about the new popularity of vaping among teens.

Trendy electric scooters blamed for spike in accidents

Trendy electric scooters blamed for spike in accidents

By Project Japan  |  September 15, 2018

San Francisco public health officials are teaming up with researchers to track injuries from electric scooters, since data so far is anecdotal. Some cities report spikes in severe injuries after the minibikes are unleashed for rental.

Hospitals in the Carolinas prep for Hurricane Florence

Hospitals in the Carolinas prep for Hurricane Florence

By Shelby Livingston  |  September 11, 2018

Coastal hospitals that have long endured threats from hurricanes have launched into time-tested emergency preparations this week, while inland hospitals are gearing up to take in acute patients to be transferred from the coast.

Puerto Rico's slow recovery leaves health system exposed for next major storm

Puerto Rico's slow recovery leaves health system exposed for next major storm

By Steven Ross Johnson  |  September 08, 2018

Puerto Rico's long-term public health challenges after Hurricane Maria have also hindered many providers' preparations for the current hurricane season, raising concerns over what harm another major storm would wreak to a health system that hasn't fully recovered.

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