Colo. agency won't investigate Catholic hospital that barred abortion discussion; Mich. bill would require hospitals provide infant sleeping literature;

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> The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said it lacks the authority to investigate whether a rural Catholic hospital illegally barred a cardiologist from discussing abortion with patients, RH Reality Check reports. Article

> Michigan lawmakers advanced legislation that would require hospitals to give new parents literature on safe sleeping practices for infants, according to the Associated Press. Article

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> For better or worse, online ratings are a more prevalent factor in how patients choose doctors, according to research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Article

> If your practice is looking to expand its availability to patients, adding lunchtime hours may be a great starting point to boost patient satisfaction without adding overhead, according to an article in Medical Economics. Article

And Finally… At least he didn't think he was Dexter. Article

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