Federal regulators identify new problems at University of California-Irvine hospital
Federal regulators investigating serious failings in University of California-Irvine Medical Center's anesthesiology department threatened to cut off Medicare funding after identifying dozens of new problems. In a 127-page report, regulators described repeated examples of poor oversight and inadequate systems to protect patients.
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