A California company accused of counterfeiting screws for spinal surgery went broke in 2013. But by then, it had sold millions of dollars in medical hardware to a nationwide network of surgeons.
A congressional hearing today revealed more unexpected deaths at the Tomah, Wisconsin, VA – known as “Candy Land” for the ease with which narcotic painkillers were prescribed – during Dr. David Houlihan’s decade as the hospital’s chief of staff.
Many low-wage caregivers lack paid sick leave and health care, increasing the risk of exposure for a vulnerable population.
The new legislation comes in response to a Reveal investigation into widespread wage theft in senior care homes across the country.
The company admitted no wrongdoing, but agreed to a five-year independent review of its Medicare billing.
Changes made to an international breastfeeding resolution under pressure from the Trump administration are more extensive than previously reported.
A California branch of one of America’s biggest pharmacies has caught the attention of the Drug Enforcement Administration.
He sent a letter to fellow members of Congress, calling on them to “end an unjust detention system” and citing Reveal’s investigation.
“We are providing excellent care to the adolescent girl and her unborn child, who remain under our care until the mother’s release.”