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Public Art Works principal talks about the role of public art in health. more
Employees at The Miriam Hospital recently received the American Heart Association Hospital Cup at a fundraising event to fight heart disease and stroke. Miriam Hospital President Arthur Sampson presented the trophy to Miriam employees Karen Joost, Jaime Longval and Monica Anderson at the Southern New England Heart Walk at Colt State Park in Bristol. The recipients served as company leaders and helped the hospital recruit 333 walkers, who raised more than $58,000 for the fight against heart disease and stroke. more
Though most would rather dangle a carrot than wield a stick, more businesses are moving toward a tough-love approach to corporate-wellness programs, with employees who don’t participate facing higher health-insurance premiums and other financial penalties. more
It was Henry Ford who said, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” His wisdom has an amazing array of applications, and our current effort to overhaul the health care system is certainly one. more
PROVIDENCE – John C. Langenus has joined Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island as the newest member of its board of directors, the health insurer announced on June 5. more
WASHINGTON – Edwin J. Santos, chairman of the board of Chartercare Health Partners, was recognized as a “Grassroots Champion” by the American Hospital Association, in partnership with the Hospital Association of Rhode Island, officials announced on May 28. more
PROVIDENCE – Dr. Ikenna Okereke has been appointed chief of thoracic surgery at Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital. He previously served as assistant professor of surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine and chief of thoracic surgery at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis. more
PROVIDENCE – A “Payment Reform Summit” will discuss leading payment-reform models, the terms used to describe them, and what they might mean for Rhode Island. more
PROVIDENCE – A $1 million, four-year grant by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation will help residents and practicing physicians learn how healthy aging and its interactions with disease affect older patients. more
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Hospital is joining a national research study to assess the treatment of traumatic brain injury with the naturally occurring hormone progesterone. more
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