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A study by Yale researchers found that the rate of out-of-network doctor’s bills for customers of a big insurer jumped when EmCare entered a hospital.
A disgruntled doctor’s rampage won’t stop residents who go there for care, support and prayer — or even lottery tickets and a cup of coffee.
As doctors and nurses reported to work at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center for the first time since a horrific shooting, they began to reconcile their grief with colleagues’ tales of heroism.
Henry Bello graduated from medical school, but struggled with arrests, bankruptcies and homelessness before opening fire in the Bronx, killing one and wounding six others.
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The blast struck a military-owned hospital in the capital on Monday, three years after the army seized power to thwart a populist movement in the kingdom.

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt breaks his silence to say NHS has not suffered second wave of attacks

We’re closing the liveblog coverage now. Here’s our latest story from my colleagues Haroon Siddique and Jessica Elgot. Thanks for reading.

Related: Warning of NHS cyber-attack risk was not acted on, says cybersecurity adviser

The Guardian has spoken to an IT worker whose company has paid out in total around £80,000 to ransomware attackers over the last year, most recently following an attack three months ago.

The 34-year-old IT support worker in the UK, who wishes to remain anonymous, said once the ransom was handed over, those behind the attack were “very, very helpful”.

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Road closings during races can cause critical delays for patients trying to get to the hospital or waiting for an ambulance.
Politicians pointed fingers and patients expressed a mix of frustration and gratitude as hospital employees grappled with the recent cyberattack.
The National Health Service was repeatedly warned about its out-of-date and vulnerable systems before it suffered a devastating cyberattack on Friday.

England is reeling from suspected cyberattacks on hospitals across the nation. The attacks caused havoc with hospital systems. Patients needing emergency care were diverted. The public was advised to only seek care for acute conditions.

The National Health Service said it was responding to the incidents.

There was no immediate comment from the Health Ministry.

 

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