MIchigan AG charges 6 state workers over Flint's water | The Detroit News
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette on Friday filed charges against six state employees for misconduct in office related to their alleged roles in the lead contamination of Flint's drinking water.
A new report alleges that the Department of Veterans Affairs spent $20 million between 2004 and 2014 on costly artwork.
Maine hospital offering buyouts to 99 employees | Portland (Maine) Press Herald
Mercy Hospital, Portland, Maine, is offering early retirement buyouts to 99 employees in an effort to trim expenses as part of its plan to consolidate operations at its Fore River complex, hospital officials confirmed Thursday.
Louisiana hospital executive quits amid financial scrutiny | New Orleans Times-Picayune
Amid renewed scrutiny of the West Jefferson Medical Center lease deal, the hospital's chief financial officer has resigned, hospital officials confirmed Thursday. Madeline Browning's last day on the job was Friday.
Thousands of Kelsey-Seybold patients to lose in-network coverage from Blue Cross | The Houston Chronicle
As many as 100,000 Kelsey-Seybold Clinic patients across Houston will soon lose in-network coverage when Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas drops the medical provider's vast network of doctors and treatment options from some of its plans.
Wyandot to cut mental health services for more than 800 clients | Kansas Health Institute
One of the Kansas City area's leading mental health organizations is cutting services for more than 800 adults and children.
St. Thomas Health, NHC partners to coordinate care after discharge | The Tennessean
A new partnership between St. Thomas Health and National HealthCare Corp. will help coordinate and transition Tennessee patients from the hospital to other facilities, such as skilled nursing, in an effort to improve care.