Hospital settles after waiting room death

August 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Aug2009, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p89
The article reports on a lawsuit settled by Brooklyn, New York-based Health and Hospital Corp. after a patient was reportedly unnoticed by the hospital in more than an hour.


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