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Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, setting firm targets for shifting Medicare away from fee-for-service payments, has for the most part generated positive reviews. That makes sense – that payment structure provides incentives for excess care, and HHS is right to move past it. more
I am sitting here on my train ride to Boston, finally getting an opportunity to read a recent copy of Providence Business News, and wanted to say that the Cary Collins piece (“Rhody makeover: Focus on 21st-century industries,” Nov. 17, 2015), really hit home for me. more
Memorial Hospital has launched a hospitalization follow-up clinic to increase the likelihood that patients discharged from area hospitals can be seen quickly by a primary care physician as part of their follow-up care. more
A pair of Women & Infants Hospital staff members, Cynthia Zembo and Eric Olson, were recently awarded with the Richard P. Welch Award for Continued Excellence in Patient and Family Centered Care. more
Dr. Stanley Aronson, who cofounded the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island, died at the center he founded, on Jan. 28. more
Auclair & Auclair LLP co-owner talks about receiving the 2015 Five Star Wealth Manager award from Rhode Island Monthly. more
The book, titled "America's Twelve Master Salesmen," was written and published by B.C. Forbes & Sons in 1953. The book was based on the fact that each one of these master salesmen had one extremely powerful overriding principle or … more
Payrolls rebounded in April following an even bigger setback a month earlier than previously estimated, a sign companies are confident the U.S. economy will reboot after stagnating early this year. The unemployment rate dropped to 5.4 percent. more
Most investors are (or at least should be) familiar with the concept of “Home Country Bias” - the natural tendency to be more familiar and comfortable with public companies in your home country. more
The twin shocks of the massacre in Tunisia and the financial meltdown in Greece have sent tourism shares sharply lower. The industry has grown increasingly resilient in recent years, however, and it probably will recover relatively quickly. That … more
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