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Rhode Island Health Insurance Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Hittner turned the screws a little tighter last month to force lower medical costs and more-efficient care by the state's doctors and hospitals. Amendments to the Affordable Standards … more
As outcomes become an increasingly important metric in health care, access to primary care becomes ever more necessary, despite a shortage of primary care physicians. Into the breach steps the easy-access movement, personified most clearly … more
Sarah Gulla, has joined WellOne Primary Medical and Dental Care as a family nurse practitioner. She holds a bachelor's degree in biology from UMass Amherst and a master's degree in advanced nursing practice from UMass Worcester. more
Beech Tree Labs recently announced that its in-development product BTL-tml had reached a milestone in its Phase 2 clinical trial. more
Chief operating officer at Coastal Medical discusses the Brown Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program. more
PROVIDENCE – More than $3.4 million in federal funding to enhance HIV testing and prevention programs has been awarded to the R.I. Executive Office of Health & Human Services, U.S. Sen. Jack F. Reed announced. The funds are from the Ryan … more
I'm fortunate to lead a health system that is a joint venture of two respected Rhode Island hospitals – Roger Williams Medical Center and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital – and Prospect Medical Services, a company with more than 20 years of … more
Kent Hospital’s Dr. Lisa Gould recently published a study in Journal of the American College of Surgeons that looked at innovative treatment for skin graft wounds. more
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island Surgeon-in-Chief Dr. Jennifer Gass and a research team she led recently presented research showing that breast cancer patients undergoing breast conservation therapy rather than mastectomy have greater pleasure during intimacy. more
Associate professor of behavioral and social sciences at the Brown University School of Public Health discusses a study that found children given a sip of alcohol before sixth grade were more likely to have had a full drink or gotten drunk by ninth grade than those not given the first sip. more
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