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> Younger women and men do not have equal access to care for acute coronary syndrome, according to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Study abstract

> A virus introduced into Glenwood, Colo.-based Valley View Hospital's computer system compromised more than 5,000 patients' records, according to The Denver Post. Article

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> The lack of transitional care programs in Hawaii leaves hospitals with a huge financial problem: A backlog of patients ready for discharge but with no place to go. Article

Are hospitals making a bundle off of unnecessary diagnostic coronary angiographies? Yes, says Connecticut cardiologist Evan Levine, M.D., the Ridgefield Press reported. Article

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