Pennsylvania’s ICU units will need 2.5 to 7 times the number of beds they can likely make available, a new estimate shows. Just how great the need is will depend on how much of the population the virus ends up infecting — and how quickly.
“We recognized the many ways he made Temple better by naming the Richard J. Fox School of Business and Management in his honor; but the truth is he honored us with his time, his dedication and his ongoing support,” said Temple President Richard Englert.
An interactive graphic delves into millions of recently unsealed records to show how Philadelphia's orders for OxyContin surged and then receded immediately after the drug was made harder to crush and snort. The pattern — a red flag for rampant abuse — was driven by just a handful of pharmacies.
Over several years, state inspectors accused the homes run by State Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell's nonprofit of infractions including disrepair, mismanaging residents’ finances and errors in administering residents’ medications, records obtained by The Inquirer show.
Pa. officials found that Pediatric Specialty Care, a facility for medically fragile children in Philadelphia’s East Falls, had staffing issues “conducive to serious injury or death,” which the company disputed.