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A study conducted by Clinica Esperanza/Hope Clinic suggests that its nurse-run, walk-in CHEER Clinic will save an estimated $1.28 million in future health care costs. more
Aquidneck Medical Associates will merge its operations with University Medicine Foundation in a joint effort to expand services and programs available to patients and to take advantage of incentives under the Affordable Care Act, the two physician groups announced Monday. more
Researchers at the University of Rhode Island’s School of Nursing, who have been studying infant brain and child development, are featured in a new documentary entitled “Baby Talk: Unlocking the Secrets of the Baby Brain.” more
Forty-eight skilled nursing centers in Rhode Island have achieved goals set by the American Health Care Association to improve quality care, according to the Rhode Island Health Care Association. more
The R.I. Department of Health is teaming up with the state’s cities and towns to host 19 immunizations clinics over the next six weeks, where people will be able to get inoculations to prevent flu, pneumonia, tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis free of charge. more
Medical director at Evergreen House and Physician of the Year for Life Care’s Northeast division talks about elder care. more
Insurers will be required to cover mental illness to the same degree as physical ailments as the Obama administration moves forward with the largest U.S. expansion of behavioral health care in a generation. more
PROVIDENCE – One of the many challenges involved in spine surgery for children is placing screws in very small places. Now, orthopedic surgeons at Hasbro Children’s Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital have a new guidance system to help them in this task. more
PROVIDENCE – A research scientist with The Miriam Hospital, who studies high-risk behaviors such as excessive drinking and unprotected sex, was honored Oct. 31 at the Lifespan Annual Research Celebration. more
WESTERLY – The most important health care issue for residents of Washington County is access to health care, according to a survey of residents that was conducted as part of Westerly Hospital’s recent Community Health Assessment. more
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