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Forget the "art of the deal." Look to the "art of the scam." Here is an especially artful one, meriting praise from consummate deal-makers. Consider "wellness." We don't need a Ponce de Leon elixir to bolster our health. We need to … more
With approval of the Tiverton casino all but finalized as Providence Business News goes to press, the question is not so much whether there will be increased gambling in the state, but rather, is the state prepared to deal with the effects of that … more
As you may be aware, Care New England, as well as other providers in Rhode Island, operates what are referred to as "safety-net" hospitals, meaning our organizations treat all people regardless of their ability to pay. more
The route to Providence's East Side from Interstate 195 eastbound requires a narrow, hairpin-like turn before hitting a stop sign at Gano Street. If drivers take it too fast, they can stray easily into other lanes. more
Democratic House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello narrowly won re-election Thursday, following a count of absentee ballots in his Cranston district race, although the contest may not be over yet. more
HealthSource RI rejected two low-cost plans from Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island for 2017 to protect the affordability of health plans on the exchange, HSRI Director Zachary Sherman said recently. more
Donald Trump has made history as the first man with no government experience to reach the highest office in the land -- and as the least popular and most divisive candidate ever to do so. more
The cyclical nature of electoral politics provides some solace for Democrats. If history is any guide, a Trump presidency will cure the three problems that have been ailing the party since 2010. more
The head of HealthSource RI said the exchange is prepared to react to any changes made at the federal level regarding the Affordable Care Act in the wake of the election. more
The state Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals will receive nearly $1.7 million in federal funding each year for the next five years, a total of more than $8 million, to promote ways to treat mental and substance use disorders. more
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