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PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Corp. ended fiscal 2016 with a better-than-expected bottom line, almost breaking even with a $500,000 operating loss, according to a memo to employees from President and CEO Timothy J. Babineau. In a brief financial … more
To address a chronic lack of mental health services for adolescents in southeastern Massachusetts, Southcoast Behavioral Health has opened a 24-bed psychiatric unit and, pending approval of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, will also open an outpatient treatment center. more
The New England Medical Training Institute, a for-profit school preparing its students to become medical assistants, certified nursing aides, allied health specialists, phlebotomy/EKG technicians, medical billers and coders, and emergency medical technicians, offers first aid and CPR classes, Nicholas Spencer, executive director, told Providence Business News. more
Editor's note: This story is adapted from the Sept. 16 issue. Individuals with substance-abuse disorders seeking medication-assisted treatment and behavioral health care can now get both under one roof, thanks to a collaboration by The … more
With the Rhode Island hospital sector losing millions of dollars each year, the Hospital Association of Rhode Island has sought relief from the Office of the Health Commissioner’s hospital rate cap regulation. more
Director of community health and wellness for South County Health discusses the 8 for 80+ initiative and mental-health care for children. more
The Scituate Neighborhood Health Station held its official opening with a ribbon-cutting Nov. 14. more
Mark Clermont was recently named president of Provant Health Solutions Inc., a privately owned company that is a national leader in workplace well-being. Clermont will spearhead the East Greenwich-based company’s strategic development and growth. He talked with Providence Business News about his expertise in well-being programs and how workplace well-being is a “win-win” for all involved. more
Women & Infants Hospital and The Miriam Hospital each have been recognized with 2016 Women’s Choice Awards for being among America’s best hospitals for cancer care. more
Dr. Brian J. Zink, chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University, disagrees with the Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services’ recent conclusions regarding emergency department visits. more
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