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A total of $11.7 million was invested in Rhode Island venture capital-backed companies in the fourth quarter, bringing the total investment for the year to $23.7 million. more
Carol Malysz, the former head of the Center for Women & Enterprise Rhode Island, has been appointed executive director of MedMates, the life sciences technology networking group. more
A 57-year-old Warwick woman pleaded no contest recently to Medicaid fraud for submitting false bills for patient incontinence supplies, Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin said Wednesday. more
Newport Hospital announced that Dr. Randall Ingham, a hematologist/oncologist, has joined the Newport Hospital medical staff as part of Lifespan’s Comprehensive Cancer Center at Rhode Island, The Miriam and Newport hospitals. more
Students assess the gait of a senior citizen who carefully navigates a straight pathway marked on a carpet. Nearby, a woman demonstrates her new prosthesis as she rises from her wheelchair, and yet another woman receives advice on medication use. more
Put yourself in a chef's shoes – these days most likely orange clogs. If you could cook your dream meal, what would it be? Chefs tend not to wander quite so far afield, staying in the arena of unique ingredients they could then turn into … more
Building on the school’s strong mathematical and computational science programs, Brown University has launched the Data Science Initiative, focused on big data, that will lead to new research opportunities and includes a new master’s program. more
PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Corp. ended fiscal 2016 with a better-than-expected bottom line, almost breaking even with a $500,000 operating loss, according to a memo to employees from President and CEO Timothy J. Babineau. In a brief financial … more
To address a chronic lack of mental health services for adolescents in southeastern Massachusetts, Southcoast Behavioral Health has opened a 24-bed psychiatric unit and, pending approval of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, will also open an outpatient treatment center. more
The New England Medical Training Institute, a for-profit school preparing its students to become medical assistants, certified nursing aides, allied health specialists, phlebotomy/EKG technicians, medical billers and coders, and emergency medical technicians, offers first aid and CPR classes, Nicholas Spencer, executive director, told Providence Business News. more
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