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A working group that includes about 20 health IT experts drawn from hospitals, health insurers, community health centers and health care initiatives is eying federal funds. more
Writer and co-producer of “Two American Families” talks about the documentary, which looks at the disintegration of middle-class American family life. more
Dr. Lisa J. Goldstein, a pathologist at The Miriam Hospital, has been named the 2013 Charles C.J. Carpenter, M.D., Outstanding Physician of the Year. Goldstein was nominated by her peers for the award, which acknowledges her outstanding contributions to medicine, leadership, professionalism and patient care. more
When it comes to gathering information about our health, there’s no shortage of sources. From the media, to the blogosphere and health care professionals in our own circles, opinions and advice on how to be healthier are everywhere. more
PROVIDENCE – The Providence Center, a community-based behavioral health organization supporting more than 12,000 adults and children with mental health and substance-use disorders, named Garrett Bliss as the director of government relations. more
PROVIDENCE – Dr. Tommy Sowers, the assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, toured Brown University’s BrainGate laboratories on June 27 to observe brain-computer interface systems that use neural activity for three-dimensional control of robotic arms. more
PROVIDENCE – The Miriam Hospital received the “Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association,” hospital officials announced on June 27. more
PROVIDENCE – The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has chosen CareLink Inc. to lead two projects in Rhode Island that support national initiatives aimed at improving care for Medicare recipients. more
PROVIDENCE – The successful treatment of a 21-year-old patient with severe neuroinvasive Eastern Equine Encephalitis by Rhode Island Hospital, minimizing neurological deficits, was published July 8 in an online account in the journal Neurocritical Care. more
The new Brown University School of Public Health, officially launched on July 1, gives the university’s program in public health a new level of independence and the opportunity to better compete for federal funding. The program was previously part of Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School. more
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