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Keyword: Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island
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Close to 500 Rhode Islanders avoided long-term admission to a nursing home and another 150 Rhode Islanders were transitioned out of such placements as a result of Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island’s work in support of the state’s Integrated Care Initiative, the insurer said Monday. more
Norman Brunette, 49, of West Warwick, was miserable; he'd suffered for years with severe and widespread psoriasis over much of his body. Eventually, he sought help from Thundermist Health Center, in West Warwick, which is piloting an … more
Tangible results of the 2010 Affordable Care Act in Rhode Island – health insurance for tens of thousands of additional people and strengthening of improvements in medical care – combined with … more
(Updated, 9:11 a.m.) Connecting for Children and Families, a Woonsocket-based social services and nonprofit organization, completed its first cohort and is now recruiting applicants for a second seven-week Real Jobs Rhode Island-funded career readiness workshop at the Northern Rhode Island Career Academy. more
(Updated, 6:13 p.m.) HealthSource RI has released its latest enrollment data for the week ending Dec. 31, showing a 2 percent increase from the previous week. more
A.T. Cross Co. has occupied its new space in The Foundry, a 42,000-square-foot building newly renovated to include both offices and a retail store. more
HealthSource RI said enrollments increased 3.1 percent over the past week. more
The impact of losing 1,000 lives in Rhode Island over four years to drug overdoses is astonishing, said Dr. Josiah “Jody” D. Rich, professor of medicine and epidemiology at The Warren Alpert School of Medicine of Brown University and director of the Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights at The Miriam Hospital. more
Eighty-one more individuals, representing a 0.3 percent increase, have signed up for insurance coverage through HealthSource RI as of Dec. 10, the state’s exchange said Wednesday. more
The American Heart Association announced that Adrienne and Stephanie Vendetti, founders of the “How to be a Redhead” lifestyle and beauty brand, will be keynote speakers at the organization’s Go Red For Women Luncheon, which is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 17 at the Rhode Island Convention Center. more
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