ATTENDEES LISTEN to the first of two PBN Health Care Summit Panels Tuesday. / PBN PHOTO/ARTISTIC IMAGES
ATTENDEES LISTEN to the first of two PBN Health Care Summit Panels Tuesday. / PBN PHOTO/ARTISTIC IMAGES
WARWICK — Health care waste remains a challenge and opioid overdose care needs long-term direction, while federally induced instability continues to threaten Affordable Care Act reforms, panelists said at Tuesday’s Health Care Summit at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. The first panel assembled Michael Souza, CEO, Landmark Medical Center; Stephen Farrell, CEO, UnitedHealthcare; Dr. Peter Hollmann, chief medical officer, Brown…

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