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Facing costly penalties, hospitals find ways to improve care
Los Angeles Daily News

They followed John Dunning out the hospital doors last February, but they still won’t let go.

They call. They leave messages. They offer to come to his Ladera Heights home.

“They’ve been there constantly,” Dunning, 63, a plumber for Los Angeles Unified School District, said of the nurses, dieticians and others who track him. “It makes you feel good that they’re concerned.”