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Dr. Peter Hollmann has been appointed to the Saint Elizabeth Community board of trustees. He currently serves as chief medical officer of university medicine and is an assistant clinical professor of family medicine at Brown University. more
Rhode Island ranked second in the United Health Foundation’s spotlight report on preventative health care, earning high marks for the percentage of the population with health care coverage and a dedicated health care provider. more
The Beige Book, the Federal Reserve’s snapshot of economic data, said the outlook is “cautiously positive” in the First District, which comprises all of New England except Fairfield County in Connecticut. more
The state’s top insurance regulator has endorsed several proposed rate hikes among small-business insurers who together are seeking a 7 percent increase in premium pricing to offset high drug costs and other issues involving the Affordable Care Act, according to the Boston Business Journal. more
Three health care organizations, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, Lifespan and Coastal Medical, have partnered to coordinate care for 45,000 patients. more
Rhode Island is the 22nd best state to retire, according to Bankrate.com, based on cost of living, crime rate, health care quality, state and local tax burden, personal well-being for seniors and weather. more
Medtronic PLC, the world’s biggest maker of heart-rhythm devices, met third-quarter profit estimates as its newest products continue to take market share from rivals. more
(Updated 2:18 p.m.) Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island will be restructured, resulting in an undetermined number of layoffs, and changes that include obstetrical services moving to other Care New England hospitals. more
The Ocean State falls in the middle of the pack when it comes to the best and worst states for women, according to WalletHub, a personal finance website. more
A study from Hasbro Children’s Hospital has found that nearly 50 percent of teens seen in the emergency department for any reason report peer violence and nearly 50 percent also report being the victims of cyberbullying. Almost one-quarter of teens in the ED also report symptoms consistent with post-traumatic stress disorder. more
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