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Detroit nurses sue Tenet for alleged retaliatory firings over COVID-19 safety concerns

Dive Brief: Former nurses and employees at Tenet-owned Detroit Medical Center’s Sinai-Grace hospital filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Wayne County Circuit Court alleging they were fired for bringing attention to staffing and patient safety concerns at the facility during the pandemic. A DMC spokesperson told Healthcare Dive it doesn’t comment on pending litigation, but defended the… Read More »

Reebok cuts ties with CrossFit over CEO’s insensitive ‘Floyd-19’ tweet

Reebok is standing up to racism in a big way. The sportswear brand is cutting ties with CrossFit, essentially ending their 10-year partnership after the company’s CEO, Greg Glassman, made “insensitive” remarks on social media. Glassman responded to a tweet about racism being a public health issue with, “It’s Floyd-19,” in reference to George Floyd,… Read More »

Coronavirus: Government criticised over use of testing data

The UK’s statistics watchdog has criticised the government over its handling of coronavirus testing data. The chairman of the UK Statistics Authority says presentation of figures appeared to be aimed at showing “the largest possible number of tests, even at the expense of understanding”. Sir David Norgrove has written to Health Secretary Matt Hancock saying… Read More »