Today’s news and information gleanings from here and there!
Quote for today … “Can I ask why LNP did NOT post that Denny’s was shut down by the inspector? It was listed on the report and a sign was posted on there front door a week ago. They were so quick about the Host, Bube’s in Mount Joy and other places, why not Denny’s???” – asks one commenter following the restaurant inspections listing at Lancaster Online.
- LNP – Always Lancaster: Columbia’s Legal Notices will continue with the daily newspaper.
If you’re not one of the 2,498 Columbia subscribers to the Sunday edition of LNP – Always Lancaster (or someone who buys it at Stover’s), you may not have seen the above back page ad for the Sunday supplement to the newspaper. Oh, yeah, there’s also an article in the supplement about Columbia’s Bank Museum.
- LNP – Always Lancaster‘s circulation numbers: “LNP has 80,568 Sunday print paid subscribers and 55,426 daily print paid subscribers. In Columbia alone, LNP has 2,498 Sunday print paid subscribers and 1,703 daily print paid subscribers.” Central Penn Business Journal’s “total paid print circulation (is) about 5,791.” – From the linked article above.
- It’s all in the spin. An article in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster hints that a large hospital has built healthy lifestyle initiatives into its protocol; these are stipulated under Medicare and the Affordable Care Act.
- Medicare, too, now will “pay doctors who speak with patients” about end of life planning and decisions. This too represents a revenue stream.
- Locally the hospital “joined” the Philadelphia hospital; in Philly, the Philly hospital “acquired” the local hospital.
- Lancaster County inspections – Lancaster Online
- York County inspections – The York Dispatch
- Click here to go to the state’s Website of inspections … and the listing of the violations at each location. The statewide directory lists inspections for all municipalities in York County and Lancaster County.… except those in Columbia – Columbia persists in having its own inspection system with its own forms and inspection items – rather than the one used statewide.