North Carolina hospital achieves federal compliance
Raleigh News & Observer, June 25, 2008
Federal officials have announced that North Carolina-based Franklin Regional Medical Center is no longer at risk of losing federal money for treating elderly and indigent patients. The hospital corrected problems related to pharmaceutical and respiratory services uncovered in May by federal investigators, CMS announced. CMS had threatened to pull funding from Franklin Regional, the second time in three months it had done so.
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