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Designers who are developing new products need to have an audience that can offer criticism and feedback. For a class of graduate students at Rhode Island School of Design, that audience came at Laurelmead, a retirement community where … more
With childhood obesity among Hispanic children even more prevalent than among the general population, researchers at Memorial Hospital recently published a study examining the subject. more
A pediatric surgical nurse at Hasbro Children’s Hospital was recently recognized by the American Pediatric Surgical Nurses Association with a 2015 Founders Award. more
In 2014, Rhode Island became the first state in the country to commit to regulating and licensing lactation consultants. more
Director of the Comprehensive Spine Center and division director of pain and rehabilitation medicine at Rhode Island Hospital discusses his work. more
With the U.S. Supreme Court’s rejection of the latest challenge to Obamacare, the president’s five-year-old health care law may have attained something it has previously lacked: permanence. more
Congressional Republicans acknowledged their options are limited in replacing Obamacare though they vowed that the U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding federal subsidies is not the end of their fight. more
With the U.S. Supreme Court’s rejection of the latest challenge to Obamacare, the president’s five-year-old health care law may have attained something it has previously lacked: permanence. more
In December 2011, The Westerly Hospital had depleted its endowment and was less than two weeks away from completely running out of money. Founded in 1925 and employing some 800 people, the hospital was and remains an economic cornerstone. Accordingly, Rhode Island Superior Court Justice Brian P. Stern placed the hospital under the protection of a court-supervised special mastership, appointing me to that role. My team and I were charged with finding a way for the hospital to remain viable, retain jobs, and continue to actively serve the health care needs of the community. Over the course of two-and-a-half years, it has been rewarding to see the end-result: an economically viable hospital. 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
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