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Rhode Island must learn to "punch above its weight," or so say many who talk about economic development efforts in the Ocean State. If there is one piece of the state's economy that is doing that already, it's the health care sector. Based … more
The VNA of Care New England is hosting “Nursing in the Community Seminar Series,” which will focus on the future of community-based health care. The seminars will offer opportunities for attendees to meet with VNA representatives to learn about visiting nursing and their benefits, including loan forgiveness, daytime work shifts and a sign-on bonus. more
Paul J. Adler has been named Lifespan’s new senior vice president and general counsel, effective June 1. more
This year’s South County Health annual meeting features a new approach: Anne Scurria and Tim Crowe, two of the most respected resident artists at Trinity Repertory Company, will perform a dramatization about palliative care. more
When going in for a medical procedure, you probably want to be certain the doctor’s instruments are clean. Following a recent turnabout by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, that certainty may be a little harder to come by. more
Rhode Island ranked 36th in the U.S. for venture capital investment of $2.1 million and 26th for five deals in the second quarter, according to The MoneyTree Report from PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP and the National Venture Capital Association released Friday. more
The leadership of Lifespan and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, based in Boston, announced on Tuesday a new strategic alliance to advance cancer treatment and research. more
A $2.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Mental Health will support a suicide risk study by researchers at Care New England’s Butler Hospital, Brown University and the University of Michigan. more
Ronald K. Machtley is president of Bryant University, which recently received a $2.5 million challenge grant from The Warren Alpert Foundation for the university’s School of Health Sciences. more
About 24 million more people would be uninsured under the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, creating a daunting political impediment for a proposal that would reduce the deficit by more than $300 billion. more
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