Hospital Investigations

Read: Memphis Women in Jail after Bringing Gun into Hospital, Fighting

Memphis Women in Jail after Bringing Gun into Hospital, Fighting

Two women, one of whom had a gun, started a fight with a patient’s relative in a Memphis hospital.

Read: Former Medical Billing Company Employee Investigated for Security Breach

Former Medical Billing Company Employee Investigated for Security Breach

A former Medical Management LLC employee accessed private patient information and gave it to a third party.

Workers at Ariz. Mental Hospital Guilty of “Severe” Harassment

A former Arizona State Mental Hospital security officer was subject to a hostile work environment and eventually paid $300,000 in a settlement with the state.

Read: Ontario Police Fatally Shoot Man in Hospital

Ontario Police Fatally Shoot Man in Hospital

A man is dead after police responded to an alleged attack at Guelph Hospital in Ontario.

Read: Man Attacks Hospital Security Officers with IV Pole

Man Attacks Hospital Security Officers with IV Pole

A 63-year-old man struck a hospital security worker in the chest with an IV pole after nurses found drugs on him.

Read: Closed Hospital Accused of Stealing, Selling Infants

Closed Hospital Accused of Stealing, Selling Infants

Homer G. Phillips Hospital, which closed in 1979, is being accused of stealing babies while telling mothers the infants had passed away.

N.C. Hospital Cited for Poor Communication, Coordination Between Staff and Security

Rex Hospital in North Carolina was recently given a citation by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that threatens to cut its Medicaid reimbursements.

D.C. Univ. to Pay $35K in Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

Howard University will pay $35,000 to a man who applied to work for the school that was allegedly discriminated against because of his disability.

Read: Patient Attack Leads to New Hospital Security Measure in Canada

Patient Attack Leads to New Hospital Security Measure in Canada

After a review of a violent incident at Penticton Regional Hospital in British Columbia, staff members will be equipped with personal alarms.

Conn. Psychiatric Bill Dies in Committee

A bill that would’ve changed laws on the placement of legally insane criminals in Connecticut died in a committee recently.

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