Bills would publicize hospital safety data; New Hampshire AG reviews nonprofit hospital CEO pay;

> A hospital's staff relations can affect heart attack survival, reports ABC News. In fact, hospitals with high heart attack survival rates shared organizational values and goals, as well as better interpersonal communication between doctors and their teams. Article

> New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney has begun his review of non-profit hospital CEO compensation, reports Becker's Hospital Review. The salaries paid to CEOs of the state's 24 non-profit hospitals range from $125,000 to more than $1 million. Article

> A series of bills designed to increase healthcare transparency would provide public access to data on preventable infections and injuries at hospitals, reports the Las Vegas Sun. Nevada hospitals would be required to give safety data to the state for public release. Article

> Harvard Medical School has been named the top medical school in U.S. News and World Report's 2012 rankings. University of Pennsylvania and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine followed in the No. 2 and No. 3 spots, respectively. Article

‎> A new proposal seeks to simplify, clarify and standardize labels on medications to help people take their prescription drugs correctly, reports the Los Angeles Times. Poor medication adherence can rack up $290 billion in medical expenses each year. Article

And Finally... Hospital visiting hours aren't just for friends and family. Article