Cleveland Clinic hiring 600 nurses from job fair; OIG finds more Medicare overpayments;

>After New York suspended its lab, essentially barring any new admissions, bankrupt Peninsula Hospital will see a court-appointed trustee take charge, reported the New York Daily News. Sources said the move drops CEO Todd Miller to No. 2 on the hospital's chain of command. Article

> Cleveland Clinic plans to hire 600 nurses, recruited from a job fair at Cleveland Browns Stadium, the system announced Tuesday. The "one-stop shopping experience" allows registered nurses to complete the hiring process and walk away with a job all in one day. Statement

> After accusing the judge of bias in its lawsuit against University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, West Penn Allegheny Health has requested a new judge, reported the Pittsburgh Business Times. Article

> Atlanta's Piedmont Hospital did not comply with Medicare requirements and was overpaid $8,000 for two inpatient claims regarding replaced cardiac devices, the Office of Inspector General announced last month. Meanwhile, Bates County Memorial Hospital in Missouri did not follow Medicare requirements and was overpaid $59,000 for selected drug outpatient billing, the agency noted last week.

And Finally... Entire Wyoming town up for auction. Article

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