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Dr. Vivian Sung, a urogynecologist at Women & Infants Hospital and an associate professor at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, has been tapped to serve on the International Urogynecological Association Terminology and Standardization Committee. more
Amgen Inc.’s Repatha won the backing of a panel of U.S. regulatory advisers for some patients, making it the second in a new class of powerful cholesterol-lowering drugs to move closer to U.S. approval this week. more
South County Hospital was recently named one of America’s 50 best hospitals for stroke care by the Women’s Choice Award. more
Kerry Evers, senior vice president of research and product development at Pro-Change Behavior Systems, was recently named to the board of directors and national board of advisers for the Institute for Interactive Patient Care. more
CEO of Rhode Island Free Clinic discusses the Affordable Care Act and its effect on the organization. more
Dr. Ben Phillips has joined RI Ortho-South County Orthopedics as the practice's hand and nerve surgeon. The only surgeon with his training and background in an orthopedic practice in Rhode Island, Phillips treats a range of hand injuries and abnormalities – from carpal tunnel syndrome to intricate nerve repair. more
Linn Foster Freedman, chair of Robinson+Cole’s Data Privacy + Security Team, has been recognized by Health Data Management as one of 50 Top Healthcare IT professionals. more
Yes, subsidies will remain available on federal exchanges. So the Supreme Court ruled today, in a 6-3 opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts. more
Women & Infants Hospital recently presented East Providence resident Sarah Luczkowski, R.N., an antenatal care unit nurse, with February’s DAISY Award. more
Post-traumatic stress disorder remains a difficult, urgent and prevalent problem among combat veterans, but millions of nonveterans also experience the condition. A new study in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry finds that, compared to what the Veterans Administration and Defense Department offer, treatment resources for nonveterans are much less cohesive and helpful. more
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