Heart patient gets 100 ant bites in ICU after surgery; Miami man tried to sell stolen patient records to a lawyer;

> A Fort Myers, Fla., man got at least 100 ant bites while recovering at Gulf Coast Medical Center's ICU after heart surgery, ABC 7 reports. The hospital is stepping up fumigation. Article

> A man in Miami was sentenced to 11 years in prison for trying to sell stolen patient records to a personal-injury lawyer in exchange for part of any money won in legal settlements, the Associated Press reports. Article

> Clarian West Medical Center in Avon, Ind., will go by the name Indiana University Health West Hospital, the Indianapolis Star reports. Article

> An autopsy revealed that the psychiatric nurse at Napa State Hospital was strangled to death, the  Associated Press reports. Police suspect a mentally ill patient killed her. Article

> The parent company of Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford Springs, Conn., has emerged from nearly two years under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. -- Read the full article at FierceHealthFinance

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Mace would be safer. Article

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