A previous report concluded the VA hospital “environment is not secure and safe.”Read More →
After years of promoting a convenient nasal spray flu vaccine, the Vermont Department of Health says it no longer stands by the product, despite having spent more than $600,000 on doses over the past three years.Read More →
The weekend can’t come fast enough for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. On Wednesday, federal officials asked the state’s largest agency to return $57,884,268, the federal share of $95,359,841 in supplemental payments to doctors made improperly from 2004 to 2007. The report by the Officer of the Inspector General for the U.S. Department of […]Read More →
States want to expand access to oral health care, but the debate over how to do it is provoking strong reactions from many within the dental community.Read More →
When Houston Community College opens the doors next year to a 10-story, $98 million nursing school in the Texas Medical Center, it’s quite possible that the heart of the facility will sit vacant.
Already forbidden from admitting new students, the nursing program at HCC’s Coleman College is now facing a one-year suspension by state regulators over poor test scores.Read More →
Vermont’s House minority leader is questioning the Shumlin administration’s Medicaid solution to a $28 million revenue downgrade, saying the money’s not there.Read More →