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Acting executive director of the Rhode Island Higher Education Assistance Authority talks about the advantages of Rhode Island’s CollegeBoundfund. more
Member of the department of family medicine at Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School talks about the school’s new Primary Care-Population Medicine program. more
Read to Succeed executive director discusses the nonprofit mission and efforts to track student outcomes. more
Giselle Mahoney, manager of communications and media relations at Tech Collective, talked recently with Providence Business News about the technology industry association, its various initiatives and how a $7.5 million Ready to Work grant to help unemployed Rhode Islanders recently was awarded to Workforce Solutions of Providence/Cranston and the Workforce Partnership of Greater Rhode Island. Tech Collective will work with the agencies to deliver programs and services to develop Rhode Island’s information technology workforce pipeline. more
Vice president of operations of PACE/Adult Day Center of Westerly talks about care for the elderly and its impact on treating conditions and diseases. more
President and CEO of the Care New England Health System talks about the American Heart Association’s Southern New England Heart Walk, which he is chairing. more
Executive director and founder of the Rare Disease United Foundation talks about the group’s work and its expansion. more
President of Rhode Island Jump$tart talks about the organization’s work to improve personal finance literacy. more
Fellowship coordinator for the Lawrence A. Aubin Sr. Child Protection Center at Hasbro Children’s Hospital discusses LGBT-focused health care. more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island senior vice president for care integration & management talks about modernizing health to allow more people to receive more health care in their own homes. more
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