Dan Goldberg

City renews warning about synthetic marijuana:

Between April 8 and April 15, there were more than 120 emergency department visits related to the synthetics

Bio: Dan Goldberg reports on city politics, focusing on hospitals and health care for Capital. Check out my health care newsletter, an early-morning email full of scoops and storylines that will inform the daily conversation in New York among health-industry insiders http://www.capitalnewyork.com/tags/capital-health-care

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City renews warning about synthetic marijuana

Between April 8 and April 15, there were more than 120 emergency department visits related to the synthetics

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Capital Health Care: FEGS worker retention; Columbia stands by Dr. Oz

Capital Health Care: FEGS worker retention; Columbia stands by Dr. Oz

Apr. 17, 2015

 
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Columbia defends Dr. Oz appointment

The TV star has a senior administrative position in the Department of Surgery

Apr. 16, 2015

 
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Bankruptcy judge wants FEGS workers to stay

Federal bankruptcy judge would consider offering an incentive package

Apr. 16, 2015

 
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Capital Health Care: New leadership at Met Council; Child Safe Products Act gains support

Capital Health Care: New leadership at Met Council; Child Safe Products Act gains support

Apr. 16, 2015

 
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Capital Health Care: Union and hospitals for task force; Schneiderman in court over drug competition

Capital Health Care: Union and hospitals for task force; Schneiderman in court over drug competition

Apr. 15, 2015

 
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Hospitals and major union to study workers' future

Nurses association left out of talks

Apr. 15, 2015

 
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H.H.C. committee approves deal for medical equipment

The public hospital system would draw on a $60 million line of credit from J.P. Morgan

Apr. 14, 2015

 
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Capital Health Care: New York’s ‘right to try’; Soda warnings

Capital Health Care: New York’s ‘right to try’; Soda warnings

Apr. 14, 2015

 
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Babes in arms, city launches Safe Sleep campaign

Each year, approximately 50 infants in the city die avoidable deaths because of the way their parents put them to bed

Apr. 13, 2015