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Monday, May 7, 2007

In case you missed it: egg freezing, hospital CEO bonuses for safety, questions on inmate's death

Limits are found to egg freezing, making it a new fertility gamble for women, Carey Goldberg writes in Sunday's Globe.

Medical records obtained by the Globe raise questions in the death of a Framingham inmate as she battled the side effects of heroin and alcohol withdrawal, Andrea Estes reports in Sunday's Globe.

Hospitals have traditionally rewarded chief executives for their ability to attract patients and make money. But now more are linking a portion of executives' pay to a range of safety measures, from reducing medication errors to monitoring how often doctors wash their hands, Christopher Rowland wrote in Saturday's Globe.

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Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 06:15 AM
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