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.