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Posted: Apr 04, 2018 04:08 PM CDT

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MADISON, Wis. - A report released Wednesday by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services shows UnityPoint-Meriter hospital was issued a "statement of deficiencies" for seven issues in hospital operations and patient care following an investigation into unexplained injuries to babies in their newborn intensive care unit.

An initial complaint investigation sparked a finding of "immediate jeopardy" at the hospital, after federal officials found the hospital failed to protect patients and prevent suspected abuse to five babies housed in the NICU beginning in April of 2017.

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A full report of deficiencies was released Wednesday because CMS officials say they received and have approved a "plan of correction" from UnityPoint-Meriter.The report shows the finding of immediate jeopardy was removed March 1, according to the documents.

The additional deficiencies related to the NICU investigation not previously listed in federal documents include:

The previous report found the facility in violation of patient rights and the ability of patients to be free from abuse.

The plan of correction offered by Meriter and approved by CMS, according to the report, says the hospital is "committed to further developing mechanisms to promptly identify abuse and follow all legal requirements for investigating and reporting such abuse including protection of patients."

That system, documents show, aimsto "reliably identify suspicious injuries" and says the hospital is now erring on the side of "over-identifying abuse."

. @CMSGov report shows finding of "immediate jeopardy" at @uph_meriter was lifted March 1. Officials say there was an unannounced survey March 22-- report pending. #news3

CMS officials say they performed an unannounced survey to follow-up on the plan of correction March 22, and a report for that survey is in progress.

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