Hospital exec pleads guilty to $1.7M embezzlement; Hospitals don't follow heart guidelines;

> Philadelphia hospital executive Roosevelt Hairston Jr. will plead guilty to embezzling $1.7 million for over a decade, reports the Associated Press. Hairston is accused of using his position as general counsel to defraud Children's Hospital. Article

> Hospitals are not following post-heart attack guidelines, according to a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Study

> For the first time in 12 years, the Medical Group Management Association named a new CEO, Susan Turney, MD, reports FiercePracticeManagement. Article

> A New Jersey man, Patrick Lynch, posing as a licensed physician admitted to fraud after treating hundreds of elderly patients, reports NBC Philadelphia. Article

> Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas faces a fine of $50,000 after a patient died who waited 17 hours in the ER, reports the Associated Press. Article

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