Not reporting gun wound draws fire for hospital

February 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Feb2009, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p19
The article reports that New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City faces bad publicity and criminal charges due to the failure of an employee to report the gunshot wound of National Football League star Plaxico Burress.


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