Arnot Health cuts 2% of workforce; 'Psychic' nurse fired over hospital records;

> Newly formed Arnot Health in New York, which oversees Ira Davenport Memorial in Bath, St. Joseph's Hospital and Arnot Ogden Medical Center, both in Elmira, yesterday announced layoffs of 28 employees and the elimination of 33 positions, reports The Star Gazaette. The affected jobs represent 2 percent of Arnot's workforce and will include staff, middle management, and administrative positions. Article

> A former occupational health nurse, Lori Niell, of Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs said she lost her job unfairly for being psychic. Police are investigating whether Niell accessed 2,500 patient records without cause to prove her psychic abilities, reports the Colorado Springs Gazette. Article

> Temple University Health System and Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia signed a letter indicating the two institutions are considering affiliation, reports The Philadelphia Inquirer. Article

> A Massachusetts Superior Court judge ruled that Cambridge Hospital won't be able to cut retirement benefits of 289 nurses, as it had intended. Cambridge Health Alliance, which lost $7 million last year, is likely to appeal the court decision, reports The Boston Globe. Article

> A federal appeals court decided that a board member of Greenwood (Miss.) Leflore Hospital failed to prove he was fired by a majority black board because he was white, reports The Republic. The court decision upholds a federal judge's dismissal of the lawsuit last year. Article

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