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Linn Foster Freedman, chair of Robinson+Cole’s Data Privacy + Security Team, has been recognized by Health Data Management as one of 50 Top Healthcare IT professionals. more
PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island Hospital last week said it plans to eliminate the positions of 200 full- and part-time employees due to a "significant deficit" for the fiscal year that closed Sept. 30. Most of the affected employees are expected … more
Dr. Maureen Chung has joined Southcoast Physicians Group as medical director of its breast care program. Chung previously served as a breast surgeon at Women & Infants Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital. more
Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. is planning a $200 million phased expansion of its manufacturing plant here, to facilitate production of its drug, Soliris, and other products. more
Dr. Melinda Hooten has been hired as medical director of Providence Community Health Centers. She earned her doctorate at West Virginia University School of Medicine. more
Faye Zuckerman has joined the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island as executive director. She holds a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin and did her graduate studies in journalism at California State University. more
Carolyn Rafaelian, founder, CEO and chief creative officer of Alex and Ani, has been honored with the Child Mind Institute Corporate Advocate Award for her advocacy and support for mental health awareness. What steps have you taken to … more
Dr. Noubar Kessimian was appointed LAP commissioner for the state of Rhode Island. He is director of the department of pathology and laboratory medicine at Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket. Kessimian will serve in 2016. He will oversee the Laboratory … more
Women & Infants Hospital recently presented East Providence resident Sarah Luczkowski, R.N., an antenatal care unit nurse, with February’s DAISY Award. more
Post-traumatic stress disorder remains a difficult, urgent and prevalent problem among combat veterans, but millions of nonveterans also experience the condition. A new study in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry finds that, compared to what the Veterans Administration and Defense Department offer, treatment resources for nonveterans are much less cohesive and helpful. more
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