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The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council will host a public forum on Medicaid service delivery and payment reform featuring review panels of experts and policymakers both from within Rhode Island and representing national organizations. more
President of the Rhode Island Medical Society talks about neurology and its place under the Affordable Care Act. more
A new study led by Siraj Amanullah of Hasbro Children’s Hospital found that children between the ages of five and 19 experience a “substantial” number of intentional injuries while at school. more
Roger Begin was recently named chairman by the Rhode Island Hospital Foundation board of trustees. more
Brown University biochemist Wolfgang Peti has received a five-year, $1.625 million New to Diabetes Research Accelerator Award. The award, announced Jan. 9 by the American Diabetes Association, is one of only five of its kind awarded by the ADA this year, and will allow Peti to grow his research into type 2 diabetes. more
In the early 1980s, when I first dipped my toe into the waters of health care and health insurance, there was a severe crisis. Subscribers were livid over health insurance rates. They demanded change in ways that makes today’s complaints look tame. more
The Rhode Island Blood Center and Dunkin’ Donuts are showing their appreciation for blood donors during January, National Volunteer Blood Donor Month, by offering a coupon for a free pound of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee to all individuals who donate blood at a donor center or blood drive. more
PROVIDENCE – Dr. Songhua Zhang has been named the Institute For Immunology and Informatics Featured Researcher of the month for January. more
PROVIDENCE – CVS Caremark Corp. has donated $2,500 to Ronald McDonald House of Providence to support a healthy-eating pilot program, Healthy Eating on the Go. The program will allow families with sick children to receive healthy, quick meals and snacks. more
PROVIDENCE – A team of Rhode Island-based researchers led by Christopher Houck, a psychologist at the Bradley/Hasbro Children’s Research Center at Rhode Island Hospital, has published a study that found sexting was common among middle school students and co-occurred with sexual behavior. more
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