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One year from now, Director of Health Initiatives Susan Jacobsen at Thundermist Health Center hopes to have answers to her questions: “What does a healthy Woonsocket look like?” “Where are we now in [fulfilling that vision]?” “What do we need to make that happen?” more
Dr. Paul E. Morrissey, associate professor of surgery at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, is program director of the division of organ transplantation at Rhode Island Hospital. Morrissey, who maintains a private practice at University Surgical Associates, talked with Providence Business News about National Organ Donation Month, which occurs in April, his work as a transplant surgeon and the need for organ donors. more
Eight University of Massachusetts technology projects will each receive $25,000 in Tech Development Fund Awards, University of Massachusetts President Martin T. Meehan said Thursday. more
Dr. Angela Caliendo has been appointed to the Presidential Advisory Council on Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria. She is vice president of University Medicine, and a division chief at Brown University's medical school. more
Drinking Dunkin’ Donuts iced coffee next week also will benefit Hasbro Children’s Hospital. more
The United Nurses and Allied Professionals of Rhode Island Hospital Education Fund, known as Stepping Up, will host a workforce development summit at Rhode Island Foundation, 1 Union Station, on April 14 from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Key guests include members of public and private postsecondary education, the Governor's Workforce Board, Department of Labor and Training and leaders in the health care industry. more
Southcoast Health, Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island in Pawtucket and St. Anne’s Hospital in Fall River were recognized recently with 2016 Women’s Choice Awards for patient safety. more
Debra Erickson-Owens, a certified nurse-midwife at Women & Infants Hospital, a Care New England facility, is co-principal investigator of the Infant Brain Study, in which researchers are examining the brain development during the first two years of life in babies who have immediate umbilical cord clamping compared to babies whose clamping was delayed. more
Does the decision by UnitedHealthcare of New England's parent not to participate in HealthSource RI in 2017 portend trouble for the state-run health exchange? One insurance broker thinks so, at least in regard to the commercial market. … more
Access Point HSA advises financial advisers and asset managers on how to best help workers save for health care costs in retirement. HSAs, or health savings accounts, do not just hold cash but serve as investment vehicles whose value can … more
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