Healthcare News & Insights

Hospital group goes to court over Medicaid cuts

An Arizona hospital group has filed suit to block the reduction in reimbursement rates for Medicaid patients.

Pharmacy refills patient’s meds at 10x dose — for nearly a year

A Phoenix woman suffered crippling esophageal spasms for months after a pharmacy repeatedly filled her medication at 10 times the prescribed dose.

Hospital misidentifies dead accident victim; wrong family holds vigil for survivor

After a brutal car accident, an Arizona hospital spent hours trying to identify the injured and dying victims. It didn’t get it right.

Should Catholic nun have approved patient’s abortion?

A pregnant woman with a life-threatening condition, a by-the-rules bishop and a nun trying to do the best for a patient added up to a tragic situation that’s still playing out six months later.