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St. Bernardine Medical Center receives award

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For the second consecutive year, St. Bernardine Medical Center received the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence by Healthgrades according to a release. This places the hospital among the nation’s top five percent of hospitals for its overall clinical performance. “It’s great to be recognized as a leader in quality …

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Covered California to upgrade service

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Covered California, the state agency that is administering the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, will add 350 customer service representatives to its telephone lines. About 900 people are reportedly answering telephones for the program now, and the extra workers will help reduce the wait time and make the program …

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Inland health care company bought

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Medline Industries in Illinois, the largest private manufacturer and distributor of healthcare products in the United States, has purchased Professional Hospital Supply in Temecula. Founded in 1981, Professional Hospital is a wholesale medical, dental and hospital equipment supplier with clients in six states in the western United States, according to …

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Signups for Affordable Care Act lag in the Inland Empire

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Unlike some of California’s major metropolitan areas, the two-county region isn’t close to meeting its registration goal by March 31, the program’s open-enrollment deadline. The early returns are in on Obamcare sign-ups in California, and the Inland Empire has some catching up to do. Nearly 40,000 residents of Riverside and …

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Inland ACA numbers called good, not spectacular

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Nearly 40,000 residents in Riverside and San Bernardino counties signed up for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act during the last three months of 2013. The total of 39,474 sign-ups means Covered California – the state entity that is administering the federal program – has met about 52 percent …

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Lawsuit would block major medical campus

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A judge is expected to rule this week on a lawsuit that seeks to block the development of a medical complex on the former March Air Force Base. The suit, filed by Moreno Valley, questions agreements between the March Joint Powers Authority, which oversees development at the former air base, …

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