Kansas’ Osawatomie State Hospital Passes Inspection

09:15 EDT 17 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

The psychiatric hospital lost its certification in 2015, which resulted in a loss of about $1 million a month in federal funding for the state, but it now appears to be back on track. Meanwhile, in Oregon, Willamette Valley Behavioral Health plans to sue the state over the rejection of its plan to build a 100-bed psychiatric hospital. In addition, the cause of the illness at New Hampshire's Exeter Hospital is still unclear and two Florida cancer centers face fraud allegations.

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