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MetroHealth Says Taxpayer Funds Will Go To Special Account

Cleveland's public hospital is announcing efforts to ensure public tax dollars are used properly.

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MetroHealth Investigation Finds Allegations of Inappropriate Executive Spending False

A month after a former MetroHealth employee filed suit against the hospital, executives say they are exonerated.

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Understanding What To Eat With New Dietary Guidelines

New dietary guidelines spark questions, concerns for medical experts including a Cleveland Clinic doctor.

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MetroHealth Moves To Take Over HealthSpan's Cleveland Contracts

MetroHealth takes over the contracts of 40 primary care doctors at HealthSpan, more may follow.

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Using Prescriptions to Increase Access to Fruits and Vegetables

New programs are taking root for doctors to write prescriptions for produce to encourage healthy eating.

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Be Well: In Defense Of Food And Being Heart Healthy

What does it take to prevent heart disease?The Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Stanley Hazen is searching for an answer.

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Medicare Change in 2016 to Spur More Advance Care Planning

Medicare change will encourage doctors to talk more about end of life care and treatment for critically ill patients.

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Cleveland Clinic Agrees to Pay $1.74 Million To DOJ

The Cleveland Clinic has agreed to pay $1.74 million to settle allegations from the U.S. Department of Justice that it s

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Be Well: Cleveland's Hospitals To Stop Diverting Ambulances. But How?

University Hospitals, MetroHealth plan to reduce crowding, add beds and staff.

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Cleveland's First Crisis Intervention Coordinator Talks Police Training, New Approach To M...

"I see the role of police as having shifted in recent years," Capt. James Purcell, crisis intervention coordinator.

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