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Monday, June 14, 2010

Violent crime increases in hospitals, report says

This is according to the Joint Commission, an independent oversight group that studies the health-care industry, USA Today reports. There are a lot of reasons for the increase in violence. Regular hospitals are seeing more psychiatric patients because there are fewer facilities specializing in those cases, and they're receiving more patients who are on drugs and acting out.


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