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(12/19/14) More than 700 hospitals will see their total Medicare payments docked by 1% in fiscal 2015 as part of the first year of a federal penalty program aimed at reducing preventable harm and improving patient safety. The Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction ...read more
(12/17/14) As gas prices rose in recent years, so did motorcyclist injuries and deaths, a new study suggests. In times of gas increases, more people start using motorcycles and many of those riders are inexperienced, the researchers explained. They examined ...read more
(12/15/14) This weekend, Congress narrowly approved a $1.01 trillion omnibus spending bill (H.R. 83 - Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015), to fund the operations of the federal government through September 30, 2015 and overt a ...read more
The bell rang at 3:00 p.m., signifying the end of another day in my life. I was a high-school senior, the captain of the track team, and had to hurry and change for practice. I was going to a University of Miami basketball game with friends that night. After practice, I ate dinner, kissed my mother goodbye and drove to a friend's house. He borrowed his parents' mini-van, we stopped to fill the tank up, I put the seatbelt in my hand. The ...read moreView more survivor stories