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Home & Hospice care board member and Brown University professor talks about his research and how the field of hospice and palliative care has changed over the course of his career. more
There used to be a courtyard adjacent to the admitting area of Providence’s Butler Hospital, where patients could have a smoke while they waited to be seen. Now that space has a roof overhead, the only sign it ever saw sunlight two tiles in the ceiling decorated to look like blue sky with white clouds. more
BCBSRI members getting knee or hip replacements at South County Hospital can now opt for a new bundled payment and coordinated care model that aims to improve health outcomes and control costs. more
Pink ribbons are popping up and events are being held across the state and country this month to celebrate breast cancer awareness. more
Bryant University brings the newly opened health insurance exchanges into the conversation at its annual XBRL and Healthcare Standardization Conference this week, exploring ways that financial reporting standardization concepts can be applied to the health care industry. more
Rhode Island Hospital’s Cardiovascular Research Center has received a $7.36 million grant to research cardiac arrest from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health. more
So HealthSource RI is up and running. At least comparatively speaking, it seems quite successful at this early stage, too, managing encouragingly high traffic, facilitating registration, and even enrolling new subscribers. In the first week of operation, the site enrolled about as many new subscribers as neighboring Connecticut, which draws from a much larger population. It would seem that Director Christine Ferguson and her small but intrepid staff deserve at least preliminary kudos for the frenetic effort needed to get the massive project off the ground on time. more
WOONSOCKET – State health officials have approved Seven Hills Rhode Island’s application to run an outpatient ambulatory-care facility, The Woonsocket Call reported last week. more
PROVIDENCE – Parents of children suffering from pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder associated with strep (PANDAS), also referred to as pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome (PANS), will be gathering here in November for a conference. more
PROVIDENCE – Brown University researchers who developed BrainGate, a brain-computer interface that could help restore independence to people with paralysis, were awarded the $1 million Moshe Mirilashvili Memorial Fund B.R.A.I.N. Prize. more
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