Two leaders at GWU med school told to resign; Inmate flees 7th floor hospital cell using bedsheets;

> The Supreme Court is considering a case that weighs California's right to run its prisons vs. the Constitution's guarantee that inmates get basic minimum medical care, NPR reports. Article

> A Manhattan judge blocked New York City public hospitals from laying off about 150 electricians, carpenters and laborers last week, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. Article

> Two top administrators at George Washington University's medical school have been told to resign, the Washington Post reports. Article

> A former Duke University Health System surgeon, Dr. Eric DeMaria, was charged with embezzling $267K from the university along with a former bariatric surgery department business manager, the News & Observer reports. Article

> An inmate escaped from the hospital unit at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston by using bedsheets and rappelling out of his seventh-floor hospital cell, The Daily News reports. Article

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