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Designers who are developing new products need to have an audience that can offer criticism and feedback. For a class of graduate students at Rhode Island School of Design, that audience came at Laurelmead, a retirement community where … more
Arnold J. Avila has been named vice president of human resources at CharterCare Health Partners. Avila holds a B.S. in workforce education, training and development from Southern Illinois University and an M.S. in human resources education from … more
Dr. C. James Sung has joined Care New England as director of clinical pathology and laboratory informatics. He also serves as vice chief of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and the director of Clinical Pathology and Informatics at … more
Home-care providers for the elderly say hiring and retaining certified nursing assistants have become more difficult as patient needs increase and Medicaid reimbursement rates have been flat. VNS Home Health Services, a nonprofit that is … more
With an aging baby boomer population and a health care system in flux, people want a variety of options when it comes to their health. Dr. Nancy Gagliano has been instrumental in fulfilling this demand in her supervision of CVS Health's … more
MANY doctors fall in love with a specialty during their residency, and Dr. Carol Young, vice president and chief medical officer of the Rhode Island Blood Center, is no exception. "It's hard to say what is the best thing about this work, … more
Two years after losing her left leg below the knee, Boston Marathon bombing survivor Heather Abbott held a celebration that marked how far she's come and how far she's poised to go from here. The launch of The Heather Abbott Foundation near … more
ProThera Biologics has appointed Denice M. Spero as president and chief business officer. more
There’s good reason for Congress to remodel some aspects of Obamacare. More than half of people who get health coverage through the insurance exchanges have high out-of-pocket costs, for example; 1 in 10 say they’ve gone without medical care because of the expense. more
(Updated 3:40 p.m.) The four health insurance companies that do business in Rhode Island have submitted their 2016 insurance rate increase requests with the state Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner, but they have until June 1 to make additional changes. more
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