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With National Doctors’ Day just two days away, WalletHub conducted a study to find the best and worst states for doctors, and Rhode Island came in third worst, due to high competition and highest malpractice awards per capita. more
The Providence Community Health Centers will honor the physicians who work at the 10 PCHC clinics throughout the city with red carnations – the traditional symbol representing National Doctors’ Day – and a lunch of various international ethnic offerings. more
The Breast Health Center at Kent Hospital has been granted a three-year, full accreditation designation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, a program administered by the American College of Surgeons. more
Dr. Paul DiSilvestro is director of research at the Program in Women’s Oncology at Women & Infants Hospital. He talked with Providence Business News about a recently released article, “Gender Differences in Scholarly Productivity within Academic Gynecologic Oncology Departments,” written by several researchers associated with the hospital’s Program in Women’s Oncology. more
Newly released results from a poll of 400 Providence residents shows strong support for state and local policies centered on healthy food access and physical activity. The American Heart Association’s Providence ANCHOR (Accelerating National Community Health Outcomes through Reinforcing Partnerships) Project conducted the poll in September 2015. more
Rhode Island Medical Imaging recently expanded its varicose vein therapy services; The Vein Institute at Rhode Island Medical Imaging, formerly the Rhode Island Vascular Institute, will offer patients access to the only dedicated image-guided vein therapy centers in Rhode Island. more
The American Lung Association will host its inaugural LUNG FORCE Expo at the Providence Marriot Downtown on Thursday, April 7. The LUNG FORCE Expo is a new educational event for health care professionals and lung disease patients and their caregivers to learn more about lung disease’s latest trends, research and treatments. more
There’s a new medical epidemic that’s sweeping the country — one not caused by viruses or bacteria. And it can hit anyone at any time. more
A total of 34,888 individuals enrolled in health insurance coverage through HealthSource RI at the close of its open enrollment period, a 16 percent increase from last year, according to a spokeswoman for the agency. more
The University of Rhode Island is launching an Academic Health Collaborative as it reorganizes health programs to maximize cross-disciplinary programs and spur external partnerships. more
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