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Connecticut Disciplines Seven Nurses

May 17, 2017
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Connecticut Disciplines Seven Nurses

By Kate Farrish The Board of Examiners for Nursing today disciplined seven nurses, including five for abusing drugs or alcohol. The board members also recommended that the state Department of Public Health hold a hearing in the case of Mary Howe of Griswold, a registered nurse who has been accused of inappropriate care of...

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Med Board Fines Yale Doctor $10,000, Cites Five Others

May 17, 2017
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Med Board Fines Yale Doctor $10,000, Cites Five Others

By Kate Farrish The state Medical Examining Board Tuesday fined a Yale New Haven Hospital doctor $10,000 for abandoning a patient who was detoxing and reached an agreement with a Norwalk doctor to stop practicing medicine because his lapse in care contributed to the death of a patient. Dr. Martin Perlin of Norwalk admitted...

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Three Connecticut Nursing Homes Fined Following Resident’s Death, Care Lapses

May 8, 2017
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Three Connecticut Nursing Homes Fined Following Resident’s Death, Care Lapses

By Cara Rosner State health officials have fined three Connecticut nursing homes for various incidents, including one in which a resident died last year. Apple Rehab Farmington Valley in Plainville was fined $2,140 for three violations that occurred in 2016. In one case, a resident died Oct. 23 after choking during dinner. The resident,...

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Medicaid, ACA Uncertainty Threaten Success Of Connecticut Ex-Offenders’ Health Care Programs

April 21, 2017
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Medicaid, ACA Uncertainty Threaten Success Of Connecticut Ex-Offenders’ Health Care Programs

By Adam Wisnieski 12 hours ago Since 2011, Connecticut has issued more than 39,000 new Medicaid cards to prisoners returning to communities, connecting them to health care services with the goal of keeping them healthy and out of prison. This initiative, which gives ex-offenders the opportunity to see a primary care physician on a...

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