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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Nearly half of antidepressants not prescribed for depression, study findsdisorder and digestive system disorders, according to a new report published to
Nearly half of antidepressants not prescribed for depression, study finds
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 3 hours ago
disorder and digestive system disorders, according to a new report published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Using electronic medical records to examine data from 100,000 patients and 185 physicians in Quebec, Canada,... Read more
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ABC News
Nearly Half of Antidepressants Not Prescribed for Depression, Study Findsdisorder and digestive system disorders, according to a new report published to
Nearly Half of Antidepressants Not Prescribed for Depression, Study Finds
ABC News / Posted yesterday
disorder and digestive system disorders, according to a new report published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Using electronic medical records to examine data from 100,000 patients and 185 physicians in Quebec, Canada,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
WHAT'S ON: Your guide to what's happening in CQ this week1PM: Grow Support Group will host a mental and emotional support and wellbeing
WHAT'S ON: Your guide to what's happening in CQ this week
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
1PM: Grow Support Group will host a mental and emotional support and wellbeing group event from 1pm-3pm at the Community Health Building, cnr Bolsover and Cambridge Sts Rockhampton. Some of the problems Grow has helped people to manage are... Read more
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MedCity News
Top takeaways from ATA 2016The American Telemedicine Association held its 21st annual conference in Minnea
Top takeaways from ATA 2016
MedCity News / Posted 2 days ago
The American Telemedicine Association held its 21st annual conference in Minneapolis this month. Here are three key takeaways from the event: Telemedicine is progressing, but there’s more work to be done The good news for telemedicine: The ATA’s... Read more
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LLRX.com
New Economy Resources 2016the American people's awareness of critical public policy issues in such divers
New Economy Resources 2016
LLRX.com / Posted 4 days ago
the American people's awareness of critical public policy issues in such diverse fields as trade, taxation, education, health care, foreign relations, defense, and national security, among others. USBICEF is affiliated with the U.S. Business... Read more
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Columbia Star
May 20, 2016CP-40-02651 BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the case of: The Bank o
May 20, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 6 days ago
CP-40-02651 BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the case of: The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, National Association fka The Bank of New York Trust Company, N.A. as successor to JPMorgan Chase Bank, as Trustee for Residential... Read more
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Columbia Star
Richland County Masters Sales | May 20, 2016of the Court of Common Pleas for Richland County, South Carolina, heretofore is
Richland County Masters Sales | May 20, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 6 days ago
of the Court of Common Pleas for Richland County, South Carolina, heretofore issued in the case of U.S. Bank National Association vs. Davida L. Grate; Chandler Hall Owners Association, Inc., I the undersigned as Master in Equity for Richland... Read more
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NBC News
Cyber Attacks and Negligence Lead to Rise in Medical Data BreachesAmerica's healthcare organizations are being attacked by data thieves, but the
Cyber Attacks and Negligence Lead to Rise in Medical Data Breaches
NBC News / Posted 8 days ago
America's healthcare organizations are being attacked by data thieves, but the industry is not doing nearly enough to deal with the growing threat, according to a new study by the Ponemon Institute. These breaches are "increasingly costly and... Read more
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Boston Globe
Partners HealthCare’s new computer challenges some doctors, nursesyou want to do,” said Lydon, a nurse for more than 30 years. The new software
Partners HealthCare’s new computer challenges some doctors, nurses
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
you want to do,” said Lydon, a nurse for more than 30 years. The new software that the Brigham’s parent company, Partners HealthCare, bought for its hospitals and clinics is modernizing the way it tracks patients’ medical care. Doctors and nurses... Read more
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Boston Globe
Partners HealthCare’s new computer challenges some doctors, nursesyou want to do,” said Lydon, a nurse for more than 30 years. The new software
Partners HealthCare’s new computer challenges some doctors, nurses
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
you want to do,” said Lydon, a nurse for more than 30 years. The new software that the Brigham’s parent company, Partners HealthCare, bought for its hospitals and clinics is modernizing the way it tracks patients’ medical care. Doctors and nurses... Read more
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MedCity News
Pokitdok adds pharma benefit APIs to give actionable info on prescription medicationare available before doctors write prescriptions. It’s intended to support in-p
Pokitdok adds pharma benefit APIs to give actionable info on prescription medication
MedCity News / Posted 9 days ago
are available before doctors write prescriptions. It’s intended to support in-person and virtual medical appointments. The health IT company launched the latest group of APIs at the American Telemedicine Association conference in Minneapolis this... Read more
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MedCity News
ATA 2016: Much progress, much work ahead in telemedicineto prove itself. That was the central takeaway from the opening plenary sessio
ATA 2016: Much progress, much work ahead in telemedicine
MedCity News / Posted 9 days ago
to prove itself. That was the central takeaway from the opening plenary session of the 21st annual American Telemedicine Association annual conference, Sunday in Minneapolis, where leaders celebrated their progress and took stock of the work... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Michigan debates integrating physical, mental health systems Photo by iStock The state of Michigan is debating whether to integrate two se
Michigan debates integrating physical, mental health systems
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 10 days ago
Photo by iStock The state of Michigan is debating whether to integrate two separate systems that generally get good marks for quality — Medicaid's physical and behavioral health services.... Read more
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The Financial Express
Pharma, biotech sectors over-regulated in India: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Biocongiving up control of the business anytime soon. Edited excerpts: As an industr
Pharma, biotech sectors over-regulated in India: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Biocon
The Financial Express / Posted 10 days ago
giving up control of the business anytime soon. Edited excerpts: As an industry insider, how would you rank India’s healthcare facilities and quality of medicines available to the masses? India’s pharmaceutical industry and private-sector... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Could VR help with crippling social isolation?As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to
Could VR help with crippling social isolation?
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to my heart is the lack of interoperable electronic medical records. That might sound super dry, but it's very important and one of the greatest failures of the health... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
iJustine has now been video blogging for a decadeAs a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to
iJustine has now been video blogging for a decade
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to my heart is the lack of interoperable electronic medical records. That might sound super dry, but it's very important and one of the greatest failures of the health... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Mark Zuckerberg and Selena Gomez meet in Facebook’s “smallest room”As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to
Mark Zuckerberg and Selena Gomez meet in Facebook’s “smallest room”
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to my heart is the lack of interoperable electronic medical records. That might sound super dry, but it's very important and one of the greatest failures of the health... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Why Apple Invested in Uber’s Rival, Didi ChuxingAs a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to
Why Apple Invested in Uber’s Rival, Didi Chuxing
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to my heart is the lack of interoperable electronic medical records. That might sound super dry, but it's very important and one of the greatest failures of the health... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Lyra Health’s chief medical officer is outAs a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to
Lyra Health’s chief medical officer is out
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to my heart is the lack of interoperable electronic medical records. That might sound super dry, but it's very important and one of the greatest failures of the health... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
$81 million Bangladesh Bank heist may be tied to Sony hackAs a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to
$81 million Bangladesh Bank heist may be tied to Sony hack
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
As a health journalist, one of the topics that has always been near and dear to my heart is the lack of interoperable electronic medical records. That might sound super dry, but it's very important and one of the greatest failures of the health... Read more
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The Hill
Big talk about big data, but little collaborationin clinical cancer care involves collecting vast amounts of data about patients
Big talk about big data, but little collaboration
The Hill / Posted 12 days ago
in clinical cancer care involves collecting vast amounts of data about patients that can be analyzed to identify trends, associations and patterns that would help oncology professionals develop better and more tailored therapies for cancer... Read more
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Columbia Star
May 13, 2016#271, bed, dresser, tv, microwave, boxes, Tony Miller #035 bed, chair, tables,
May 13, 2016
Columbia Star / Posted 13 days ago
#271, bed, dresser, tv, microwave, boxes, Tony Miller #035 bed, chair, tables, boxes, desk, tools, Krystal Martin #312 electronic piano, chair, table, washer, boxes, Earlyn Roylo #617 clothes, purses, bags, boxes, clothes, totes, Sharon... Read more
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Business Insurance
OSHA issues final electronic recordkeeping rule for injuriesThe U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued its controversial
OSHA issues final electronic recordkeeping rule for injuries
Business Insurance / Posted 14 days ago
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued its controversial final rule on Wednesday to expand electronic recordkeeping requirements for workplace injuries and illnesses and make such records publicly available. The new rule,... Read more
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Business Insurance
OSHA issues final electronic recordkeeping rule for injuriesThe U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued its controversial
OSHA issues final electronic recordkeeping rule for injuries
Business Insurance / Posted 14 days ago
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued its controversial final rule on Wednesday to expand electronic recordkeeping requirements for workplace injuries and illnesses and make such records publicly available. The new rule,... Read more
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The News & Observer
Walking speed, tracked by new Duke app, can serve as health indicator | News & Observer May 10, 2016 6:51 PM The 6th Vital Sign app tracks walki
Walking speed, tracked by new Duke app, can serve as health indicator
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
| News & Observer May 10, 2016 6:51 PM The 6th Vital Sign app tracks walking speed via... Read more
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Providence Business News
Curt Miller has been named executive director of the Healthcare Supply Chain Association’s
Curt Miller
Providence Business News / Posted 16 days ago
has been named executive director of the Healthcare Supply Chain Association’s Committee for Healthcare eStandards. With more than 30 years of health care expertise, Miller had most recently served as chief information officer for... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Area hospital emergency rooms run slower than state and nationleft second-fastest, on average in one hour, 26 minutes. CMS also measures how
Area hospital emergency rooms run slower than state and nation
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
left second-fastest, on average in one hour, 26 minutes. CMS also measures how long emergency room patients wait to see a health care professional — a physician, a physician’s assistant, a nurse practitioner or a nurse midwife for pregnant... Read more
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Naples Daily News
NCH honors co-founder of Jabil Circuit for $8.5M contributionBaker Hospital at NCH (Submitted Photo) The NCH Healthcare System has named tw
NCH honors co-founder of Jabil Circuit for $8.5M contribution
Naples Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
Baker Hospital at NCH (Submitted Photo) The NCH Healthcare System has named two floors at its hospitals to recognize $8.5 million in philanthropy from the co-founder of Jabil Circuit, a global medical computing and storage company. NCH officials... Read more
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The Economic Times
Karnataka's health policy to define treatment cost for four categoriesBENGALURU: Patients can soon find out if hospitals have overcharged them as Kar
Karnataka's health policy to define treatment cost for four categories
The Economic Times / Posted 21 days ago
BENGALURU: Patients can soon find out if hospitals have overcharged them as Karnataka's first public health policy will come with a template for standard treatment costs. A committee chaired by cardiac surgeon Devi Prasad Shetty is formulating the... Read more
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ABC News
Medical Errors May Result in More Than 200,000 Deaths: Studydeaths from medical errors is 251,454 in the U.S. Dr. Martin Makary, lead auth
Medical Errors May Result in More Than 200,000 Deaths: Study
ABC News / Posted 21 days ago
deaths from medical errors is 251,454 in the U.S. Dr. Martin Makary, lead author of the study and professor of Surgery and Health Policy and Management at Johns Hopkins University, said he hoped the study would reveal how much needs to be done to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study confirms under-utilization of medication in patients after bypass surgerystatins have been shown to keep grafts open over the long term. The American Co
Study confirms under-utilization of medication in patients after bypass surgery
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 days ago
statins have been shown to keep grafts open over the long term. The American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association recommend both medications unless they are unsafe for the individual patient. "Our study confirms the... Read more
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Providence Business News
Dennis Royin consumer advocacy, policy development, fund development and administration.
Dennis Roy
Providence Business News / Posted 23 days ago
in consumer advocacy, policy development, fund development and administration. Roy, a board member of the Rhode Island Health Center Association and the Rhode Island Community Action Association, talked with Providence Business News about the... Read more
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Rappler
ICT growth hanging in the balance amid elections – IDCdivided among several disparate agencies," Agapito said. Develop large-scale I
ICT growth hanging in the balance amid elections – IDC
Rappler / Posted 23 days ago
divided among several disparate agencies," Agapito said. Develop large-scale ICT initiatives Compared with other Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries, IDC said there are no large-scale initiatives that could greatly... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Beacon Hill Roll CallBy Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. records local senators' and representative
Beacon Hill Roll Call
Lowell Sun / Posted 24 days ago
By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. records local senators' and representatives' votes on roll calls from the week of April 25-29. APPROVE $39.5 BILLION FISCAL 2016 STATE BUDGET (H 4200) House 156-0, approved and sent to the... Read more
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The Maui News
Lo stepping down from HHSC postLo's departure date is the same as the day Kaiser Foundation Hospital's Maui He
Lo stepping down from HHSC post
The Maui News / Posted 24 days ago
Lo's departure date is the same as the day Kaiser Foundation Hospital's Maui Health Systems is scheduled to take over operations at Maui Memorial Medical Center, Kula Hospital and Lanai Community Hospital. The three facilities are currently operated... Read more
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The Hindu
Questions in Parliament, April 29, 2016Viral Research and Diagnostic Laboratories (VRDL) across the country to handle
Questions in Parliament, April 29, 2016
The Hindu / Posted 25 days ago
Viral Research and Diagnostic Laboratories (VRDL) across the country to handle cases of bio-terrorism. “The department of health research is setting up a three tiered national network of VRDLs under its ongoing research scheme viz Establishment of... Read more
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Providence Business News
Lifespan forms independent physician associationPROVIDENCE – Lifespan has formed an independent physician association that it s
Lifespan forms independent physician association
Providence Business News / Posted 27 days ago
PROVIDENCE – Lifespan has formed an independent physician association that it says will better serve patients and streamline their care. Lifespan on Thursday announced the formation of Community Physician Partners Inc., which includes Anchor Medical... Read more
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Adelaide Now
GPs putting your privacy at riskThere are major holes in how Australian GPs manage patient privacy. Picture: Th
GPs putting your privacy at risk
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 days ago
There are major holes in how Australian GPs manage patient privacy. Picture: Thinkstock YOUR health information could be at risk with the nation’s privacy watchdog finding major holes in the way GP practices manage patient privacy. One in ten GP... Read more
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Herald Sun
GPs putting your privacy at riskThere are major holes in how Australian GPs manage patient privacy. Picture: Th
GPs putting your privacy at risk
Herald Sun / Posted 27 days ago
There are major holes in how Australian GPs manage patient privacy. Picture: Thinkstock YOUR health information could be at risk with the nation’s privacy watchdog finding major holes in the way GP practices manage patient privacy. One in ten GP... Read more
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The Courier Mail
GPs putting your privacy at riskThere are major holes in how Australian GPs manage patient privacy. Picture: Th
GPs putting your privacy at risk
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
There are major holes in how Australian GPs manage patient privacy. Picture: Thinkstock YOUR health information could be at risk with the nation’s privacy watchdog finding major holes in the way GP practices manage patient privacy. One in ten GP... Read more
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Business Wire
Mainstay Medical Intl. PLC UK Regulatory Announcement: Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Reportto work or be productive is seriously affected by CLBP and the resulting days l
Mainstay Medical Intl. PLC UK Regulatory Announcement: Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Report
Business Wire / Posted 27 days ago
to work or be productive is seriously affected by CLBP and the resulting days lost from work, disability benefits and health resource utilisation put a significant burden on individuals, families, communities, industry, and... Read more
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Business Wire
Mainstay Medical publie son Rapport Annuel 2015He has direct experience in active implantable medical devices, including cardi
Mainstay Medical publie son Rapport Annuel 2015
Business Wire / Posted 27 days ago
He has direct experience in active implantable medical devices, including cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators (Telectronics Pacing Systems), cochlear implants (Cochlear), left ventricular assist devices (Ventracor), Neuromodulation... Read more
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Business Wire
Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Reportto work or be productive is seriously affected by CLBP and the resulting days l
Mainstay Medical Publishes its 2015 Annual Report
Business Wire / Posted 27 days ago
to work or be productive is seriously affected by CLBP and the resulting days lost from work, disability benefits and health resource utilisation put a significant burden on individuals, families, communities, industry, and... Read more
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Chillicothe Times Bulletin
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinoisphysician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinois
Chillicothe Times Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
physician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician shortage in Illinois, and according to the Association of American Medical Colleges Illinois is slightly above the national average for availability of primary care... Read more
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Boston Globe
Investigation of nursing home records highlights larger problemState regulators are investigating whether nurses falsified patient records, an
Investigation of nursing home records highlights larger problem
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
State regulators are investigating whether nurses falsified patient records, and then lied about their actions, at a troubled Wilmington nursing home where two residents died, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. That agency... Read more
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Psych Central
Guidelines Help Clinicians Evaluate Mobile AppsExperts say that there are more than 165,000 mobile applications available for
Guidelines Help Clinicians Evaluate Mobile Apps
Psych Central / Posted 28 days ago
Experts say that there are more than 165,000 mobile applications available for health care, with the largest category for people with mental health disorders. The mobile software platforms manage or track everything from addiction to depression and... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinoisphysician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician
Local doctors give views on physician shortages in Illinois
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 28 days ago
physician shortages in Illinois There are varying opinions about the physician shortage in Illinois, and according to the Association of American Medical Colleges Illinois is slightly above the national average for availability of primary care... Read more
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Senior Journal
Medicaid moving forward say Administration officialshave taken place in the Medicaid program. You may know that some 72 million Am
Medicaid moving forward say Administration officials
Senior Journal / Posted 29 days ago
have taken place in the Medicaid program. You may know that some 72 million Americans rely on Medicaid as their source of health insurance coverage this year – 14 million more than in October 2013 thanks largely to the Affordable Care Act’s... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Find out which Chicago hospitals are the safestassigned by patient safety experts based on data mostly from 2015 and 2014 comp
Find out which Chicago hospitals are the safest
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 29 days ago
assigned by patient safety experts based on data mostly from 2015 and 2014 complied from Medicare, the American Hospital Association and from hospitals themselves. Of the 22 Chicago hospitals evaluated, six received As. Two received Bs and the... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Bill would erase criminal penalties for cohabitationlead contaminated water in Flint. But if the bill passes, it could be utilized
Bill would erase criminal penalties for cohabitation
Detroit Free Press / Posted a month ago
lead contaminated water in Flint. But if the bill passes, it could be utilized if more people are charged in the public health crisis. HB 5568 and SB 901: Expand national sporting event liquor licenses to include the U.S. Golf Association... Read more
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