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Healthcentric Advisors recently was awarded $4.5 million from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to serve as the “transforming clinical practice initiative” contractor for New England. more
Rhode Island has the sixth-highest smoking costs in the nation, according to a WalletHub study released Tuesday in light of Tobacco-Free Awareness Week. more
Rhode Island School of Design has received a $100,000 grant from health care company Johnson & Johnson to increase the number of women studying Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design (STEM2D). more
HealthSource RI said enrollment as of Jan. 16 on the state’s health insurance exchange now totals 31,794, both paid and unpaid, a nearly 6 percent increase from the previous week. more
Newport Hospital, through its Frederick Henry Prince Memorial Fund, is accepting grant proposals for creative ways to engage local children in physical activity. Now through Feb. 1, individuals and organizations can submit grant proposals geared toward improving the health and fitness of Newport County school-age children. more
Christopher J. McManus, a Newport resident, has joined CharterCARE Health Partners as assistant administrator for Roger Williams Medical Center. more
A new agreement between Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and Integra Community Care Network LLC will provide 60,000 BCBSRI members a new model of coordinated health care delivery. more
A study led by a Hasbro Children’s Hospital sports medicine physician found that male student ice hockey players in earlier pubertal stages had a significantly increased risk of prolonged symptoms from concussion compared with advanced pubertal and post-pubescent players. more
The Southcoast Health Patient and Family Advisory Council, which provides a platform for improved communication between patients, families and staff and serves as an advisory resource to administration and trustees, is seeking new members. more
After helping to include a $15 million appropriation for mental health first aid in the fiscal 2016 omnibus spending bill, Democratic U.S. Sen. Jack Reed is encouraging more Rhode Islanders to take part in this public education and awareness program. more
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