NYU Langone ER reopens; Accretive not moving to Dallas;

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> The New York University Langone Medical Center emergency room has reopened at three times its former size, a year and a half after closing due to damage from Hurricane Sandy, the New York Times reports. Article

> Following a request from Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R), the House Veterans Affairs Committee will hold a field hearing about neglect and incompetence within the VA system, the Tampa Tribune reports. Article

> Following the resignation of its CEO, Accretive Health Inc. scrapped plans to move corporate operations to Dallas, according to Crain's Chicago Business. Article

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> Florida lawmakers have momentarily retreated from a new formula for dispensing funds to safety net hospitals that many providers said would have been disastrous, the Miami Herald reported. Article

> Connecticut's attorney general concludes that the state's hospitals have done a poor job disclosing facility fees to patients who received treatments from affiliated physicians. Article

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