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POLITICO New York Health Care: Upstate concerns; De Blasio's plan

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UPSTATE TROUBLE — The state’s ethics committee on Tuesday made a referral to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office for “possible criminal prosecution” related to Upstate Medical University. A source with knowledge of the inquiry confirmed to POLITICO New York that the investigation involved Dr. David R. Smith, the former president of Upstate Medical University. Smith resigned from the Syracuse-based medical school in November 2013 after the State University of New York accused him of augmenting his salary through unauthorized compensation. POLITICO New York’s Josefa Velasquez has more:

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HEALTH + HOSPITALS PLAN — Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday said the details of his plan to save the city's struggling public hospital system would come into focus once a blue-ribbon commission, soon to be appointed, presents its findings.

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NOW WE KNOW — Researchers at the University of the Pacific in England, writing in the Journal of Sex Research, examined gender inequality as it relates to oral sex.

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TUNNEL BROTHERS — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday that their two states have started to share prescribing data for opioids and other controlled dangerous substances in an effort to combat the growing prescription drug abuse epidemic.

CLERKING — The Wall Street Journal reports on the problem of foreign medical schools competing for clerkships with New York-based students.

...Flashback: “Though international medical school deans say there are enough rotation spots — also known as clinical clerkships — for everyone, the concern among U.S. medical school deans is growing.”

SETTLED — State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office has reached an agreement with seven health insurance companies in the state to change how they cover hepatitis C.

EXPANSION REPORT — Buffalo Business First reports: “The Greater Buffalo United Accountable Healthcare Network has expanded with a new care coordination program for individuals with HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted diseases.”

MAKING ROUNDS — Michael Fosina, president of NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital, was elected to serve on the board of governors of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

--Elizabeth Swain is stepping down as president and CEO of the Community Health Care Association of New York State on May 1. Lisa Perry, the organization’s senior vice president for quality and technology initiatives, will serve as interim president and CEO until it finds a replacement for Swain.


-INHUMANE — ProPublica reports: “Federal officials have moved to ban the controversial electric shock device a Boston-area group home and school has used for decades on its disabled clients.”

-DON’T DO THAT — A Tallahassee doctor who was accused of engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior with patients lost his license on Tuesday.

TODAY'S TIP — Comes from the Community Healthcare Network: “April is STI awareness month, making it a great time to get tested and talk to your doctor about birth control and PEP or PrEP prevention.”

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