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FDA warns scopes may spread lethal infections
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned medical providers and patients on February 19 that ERCP endoscopes may spread drug-resistant bacteria, which have killed two patients at the UCLA medical center and caused severe sepsis in several others. The FDA said given the complex design of ERCP...[MORE]
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Article 2039 Creating a culture of security in health care
By: Kenneth Bukowski, VP, Healthcare, AlliedBarton Security Services Nurturing a healthcare environment that advocates for safety and security is critical to the organization’s overall success. A wide segment of society crosses paths with healthcare workers every day, creating an often ...[MORE]
Article 2038 AlliedBarton Security Services supports military veterans
AlliedBarton Security Services hired more than 5,000 military veterans and reservists in 2014, working toward their goal of 25,000 veteran and reservist hires in five years. To reach military hiring goals, AlliedBarton works closely with military assistance groups such as the Employer Support of ...[MORE]
Article 2037 SC Transforming Health Symposium
The 8th Annual South Carolina Transforming Health Symposium will be held on April 15, 2015, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Sponsored by the South Carolina Hospital Association, and co-sponsored by PHT Services, Ltd., Health Sciences South Carolina, BlueCross ...[MORE]
Article 2035 EEOC suing employers requiring biometric screenings
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sued a third employer-sponsored wellness program for requiring employees to submit to biometric screening or suffer financial and other penalties. The agency claims the screenings violate the Americans with Disabilities Act. So far, EEOC has ...[MORE]
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Palmetto Healthcare Stop-Loss Program (PHSLP SP) was founded under the umbrella of PHT Services, Ltd. in 2011 in response to the growing need for a stable source for medical stop-loss insurance for South Carolina hospitals and health systems.