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Five Questions With: Dr. Nicholas Nikolopoulos

Dr. Nicholas Nikolopoulos recently joined PACE Organization of Rhode Island as its new chief medical officer. In this role, he will serve as a...

EBCAP names new chief medical officer

EAST PROVIDENCE – East Bay Community Action Program has named Dr. Lisa Denny as its new chief medical officer. Denny, who was the company’s associate...

Neighborhood Health pays tribute to veterans

SMITHFIELD – Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island paid tribute to military veterans and their families with a series of initiatives throughout the month...

Mocingbird announces partnership with CertifyOS

NORTH KINGSTOWN – My MOC Inc., which offers a cloud-based platform that manages continuing medical education requirements called Mocingbird, has partnered with CertifyOS, a...

Lifespan opens new clinical trial site in collaboration with TriSalus

PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Corp. is activating a new clinical trial site at Rhode Island Hospital in collaboration with TriSalus Life Sciences, an oncology therapeutics...
ON THE MEND: Anna Rezk, a Warren Alpert Medical School student, checks the casting work of a youngster who was assigned to treat a teddy bear with a broken arm at the Black Men in White Coats youth summit at the Brown University medical school in October. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Opening a Pathway: Slate of programs exposing young people of color...

In medical school, Emmanuel Asiedu was one of the very few students of color in a sea of white students. That did not change...
BUTLER HOSPITAL in Providence was one of the places where health care workers conducted  informational picketing recently because of what they say is subpar working conditions, which includes understaffing. COURTESY BUTLER HOSPITAL

Labor unrest simmers at hospitals

Health care workers across the state are grappling with a mix of low pay and poor working conditions that is driving colleagues away from...

URI First Responder program receives $1.3M federal grant to help prevent...

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy’s Community First Responder Program has now expanded to become the Northeast Rural Opioid...

CharterCARE Health Partners to be sold to Atlanta-based nonprofit

PROVIDENCE – Atlanta-based The Centurion Foundation is set to acquire the CharterCARE Health Partners system and turn it into a nonprofit again. The nonprofit Centurion...

Five Questions With: Melissa Cummings

Melissa Cummings is the executive vice president and chief customer officer at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. She discusses Blue Cross’ Medicare...
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