Deceased patient still owes $9.2M hospital bill; Hospital opens a bar;

> A former hospital worker admitted to stealing $1.2 million in printer toner from New York City-based Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, reports the Associated Press. Article

> For what may be the largest hospital bill ever, Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital has sued the estate of a deceased patient who owed $9.2 million, reports Health News Florida. Article

> Federal investigators are looking into Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines for inadequate patient monitoring, reports the DesMoines Register. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said it won't recognize Mercy's private accreditation as compliance for meeting minimum care standards; the state intends to determine whether Mercy meets all of those standards. Article

> Cleveland Clinic opened its Family Health and Surgery Center in Twinsburg, Ohio, to positive reviews, reports the Hudson Hub Times. The $96.3 million, 190,000-square-foot facility is expected to bring about 300 jobs to Twinsburg and provide about $900,000 in state and local income taxes. Article

> The new Royal Children's Hospital in Australia plans to open a bar in the health facility, according to The Age. A large area for a "restaurant/bistro/bar" has been set aside in the retail zone of the new pediatric center. Article

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