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The net result, the surgeons say, will be more efficient care, quicker recovery times, fewer return trips to the hospital, and ultimately more lives saved.
All told, Medicare is reducing its payments to 2,499 hospitals – 47% of the nation’s institutions.
The city of Stamford, Stamford Health and Building and Land Technology have agreed to open a second Covid-19 vaccination super site at 1 Elmcroft...
The penalties are based on patients who stayed in the hospitals anytime between mid-2017 and 2019, before Covid-19.
“While these hospitals have received direct federal aid during this crisis, some of them and their affiliated practices are still experiencing financial hardship,” noted Gov. Ned Lamont.
“We’re in much better condition now than we were in the spring," says Stamford Heath President and CEO Kathleen Silard.
“We thought it would be crazy, if not a little irresponsible, to not have it take place this year," says the annual event's founder and executive director Jon Winkel.
Of the eight hospitals that did not realize a gain in operating revenue, only one was in Fairfield County: Norwalk Hospital.
Collectively, Connecticut hospitals have been estimated to lose $1.5 billion this year as a result of the coronavirus, while those in New York State are estimated to lose as much as $13.3 billion.
None of the affected workers are involved in current patient care or COVID-19 operations. Instead, the organization said, many worked in areas that are closed or experienced a significant reduction in operations due to social distancing requirements and/or public health mandates and guidelines specific to health systems.
As of this morning, the campaign raised $2,390 from 25 donors.
Approximately 1,033 patients have been hospitalized, and statewide fatalities now stand at 165, with Fairfield County accounting for 86 of those deaths.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) State Laboratory has identified three additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, Gov Ned Lamont announced today. To...
Twenty-four of the state's 28 hospitals finished 2018 in the black, realizing a 5.92% profit margin, down from 2017’s 7.05%.
Twenty-six of 29 Connecticut hospitals received penalties, while on a national level, 83% of hospitals evaluated by the program were penalized by an average of 0.7%.