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The Gilmer Mirror
Dying At Home In An Opioid Crisis: Hospices Grapple With Stolen Meds - Dying At Home In An Opioid Crisis: Hospices Grapple With Stolen Meds By Melissa Bailey Nothing seemed to help the patient — and hospice staff didn’t know why. They sent home mo...she surveyed didn’t have mandatory training and policies on the misuse and thef
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
she surveyed didn’t have mandatory training and policies on the misuse and theft of drugs. Her study spurred the Virginia Association for Hospices and Palliative Care to create new guidelines, and prompted national discussion. Most hospice... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Today’s Birmingham elections – Here are the candidates for mayor, city council and school boardand Hayes High School. She also attended Intermediate School 144 in the Bronx,
The Birmingham Times / Posted 2 hours ago
and Hayes High School. She also attended Intermediate School 144 in the Bronx, New York and Calumet High School in Chicago, Illinois. Bell studied Music Education at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri and Early Childhood Education at... Read more
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The Charlotte Post
Breast is best: Initiative encourages black moms to embrace lactationmoms adapt breastfeeding at lower rates than whites according to the Centers of
The Charlotte Post / Posted 16 hours ago
moms adapt breastfeeding at lower rates than whites according to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and National Association of County and City Health Officials has 72 initiatives in 32 states, including North Carolina. Although “breast... Read more
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Black Press USA
Dick Gregory, Civil rights activist and Innovative Comedian, Dies at 84had to break down that door.” Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. the president and CE
Black Press USA / Posted 2 days ago
had to break down that door.” Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. the president and CEO of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, also paid homage to Gregory. “We salute and honor the living legacy of freedom fighter Dick Gregory. RIP,”... Read more
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New Kerala
Chicago Man Runs to Bring Hope and Awareness to Others Facing Dementia - newkerala news #264486degenerative brain disease, can be overwhelming. This Saturday, as runners conv
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
degenerative brain disease, can be overwhelming. This Saturday, as runners converge for the Super Run 5K in Elk Grove, Illinois, one couple will be there to bring hope, awareness and determination to others, despite such challenges. When... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
As hospital violence grows, nurses seek reformsher life forever. All three are nurses, who say their jobs place them in harm'
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 2 days ago
her life forever. All three are nurses, who say their jobs place them in harm's way as the rate of violent incidents at hospitals appears to be growing. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data show that the rate of hospital employees intentionally... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
MRI chain Smart Choice expands as health care moves to storefrontsare moving to the strip mall, thanks to high-deductible insurance plans that ar
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 2 days ago
are moving to the strip mall, thanks to high-deductible insurance plans that are turning patients into penny-pinchers. Hospital systems like Edward-Elmhurst Health are reacting, hedging their bets on what have been lucrative captive practices.... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
A tough act to followWoman’s Club. Anybody who knew Lou also knew she was president of the Woman’s
Bureau County Republican / Posted 3 days ago
Woman’s Club. Anybody who knew Lou also knew she was president of the Woman’s Club of Princeton and the president of the Illinois General Federation of Woman’s Clubs. She has served as president of the Bureau/Putnam Counties American Heart... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Website lets public see perks doctors get, but most people don't bother lookinggot other things on my mind," said the East Garfield Park woman, 67, shortly af
SaukValley.com / Posted 4 days ago
got other things on my mind," said the East Garfield Park woman, 67, shortly after visiting Northwestern Memorial Hospital to make an appointment with her cardiologist. Many patients feel the same way about checking whether their doctors... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Are drug firms paying your doctor? Illinois doctors accepted $74.1M in industry payments last yeargot other things on my mind," said the East Garfield Park woman, 67, shortly af
Chicago Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
got other things on my mind," said the East Garfield Park woman, 67, shortly after visiting Northwestern Memorial Hospital to make an appointment with her cardiologist. Many patients feel the same way about checking whether their doctors... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Here are candidates for mayor, city council and board of education on Tuesday’s ballotand Hayes High School. She also attended Intermediate School 144 in the Bronx,
The Birmingham Times / Posted 5 days ago
and Hayes High School. She also attended Intermediate School 144 in the Bronx, New York and Calumet High School in Chicago, Illinois. Bell studied Music Education at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri and Early Childhood Education at... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Delegates named for 2017 FYLPRO immersion in PHexpenses-paid Immersion Program to the Philippines. The delegates are: ADVERT
Inquirier.net / Posted 5 days ago
expenses-paid Immersion Program to the Philippines. The delegates are: ADVERTISEMENT Marjorie Baltazar (Chicago, Illinois) Baltazar, a staunch advocate for immigrant rights, is the Principal of Baltazar Global LLC, a business immigration... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
EXCHANGE: Ameren adds new technology to crew truckshas a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
has a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he came home to them. Putnam, an Ameren Illinois journeyman lineman based in Decatur who works with electric and natural gas on a daily basis, got together with a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
EXCHANGE: Ameren adds new technology to crew truckshas a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
has a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he came home to them. Putnam, an Ameren Illinois journeyman lineman based in Decatur who works with electric and natural gas on a daily basis, got together with a... Read more
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Greenwich Time
EXCHANGE: Ameren adds new technology to crew truckshas a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he
Greenwich Time / Posted 5 days ago
has a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he came home to them. Putnam, an Ameren Illinois journeyman lineman based in Decatur who works with electric and natural gas on a daily basis, got together with a... Read more
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The News-Times
EXCHANGE: Ameren adds new technology to crew truckshas a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he
The News-Times / Posted 5 days ago
has a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he came home to them. Putnam, an Ameren Illinois journeyman lineman based in Decatur who works with electric and natural gas on a daily basis, got together with a... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Ameren adds new technology to crew truckshas a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 days ago
has a wife and two kids at home, with one on the way. He wanted to make sure he came home to them. Putnam, an Ameren Illinois journeyman lineman based in Decatur who works with electric and natural gas on a daily basis, got together with a... Read more
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SaukValley.com
George P. AdertonGeorge touched the lives of so many throughout his life, from his roots in Calh
SaukValley.com / Posted 7 days ago
George touched the lives of so many throughout his life, from his roots in Calhoun County to his time in northern Illinois as a husband, father, brother, cousin, banker, community leader, mentor and friend. George married Janice on Nov.... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
The Alzheimer’s War: A Town Hall With Dean RichardsThe Alzheimer War WGN Special with Dean Richards- Courtesy of Alzheimer's Assoc
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 8 days ago
The Alzheimer War WGN Special with Dean Richards- Courtesy of Alzheimer's Association IL Twitter The Alzheimer War WGN Special with Dean Richards- Courtesy of Alzheimer's Association IL Twitter Dean Richards hosts an in-depth roundtable discussion... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Court orders Advocate to recognize nurses unionA federal judge ruled today that Advocate Health Care must temporarily recogniz
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 10 days ago
A federal judge ruled today that Advocate Health Care must temporarily recognize the Illinois Nurses Association, a union created by nurse practitioners. This will be the first nurses union recognized by the state's largest hospital network. An... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Nurses rally in Kane County in response to Delnor hostage incidentprofession and legislative reform. The display was ignited by what happened to
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
profession and legislative reform. The display was ignited by what happened to two nurses at Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital on May 13 when a jail inmate, Tywon M. Salters, took two nurses hostage. It was later said by attorney Sean Murray... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Cord Blood Saves Lives, Mothers Told“I would like them to, but the only ones who currently do are the ones who trai
Arkansas Business / Posted 11 days ago
“I would like them to, but the only ones who currently do are the ones who trained at UAMS,” she said. In addition, many hospitals aren’t equipped to collect cord blood, said Alan Leahigh, chief executive officer of the Cord Blood Association of... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Here's our 2 cents on Preckwinkle's penny-an-ounce pop taxtrimmed the notoriously bloated county government, rolled out needed criminal j
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 11 days ago
trimmed the notoriously bloated county government, rolled out needed criminal justice reforms and realized efficiencies in hospital operations. But over the years, the no-nonsense reformer has morphed into someone reminiscent of the Strogers, whose... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
As hospital violence grows, nurses seek reforms: 'Too many of us are being hurt'her life forever. All three are nurses, who say their jobs place them in harm'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
her life forever. All three are nurses, who say their jobs place them in harm's way as the rate of violent incidents at hospitals appears to be growing. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data show that the rate of hospital employees intentionally... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Madam President, abolish the soda taxshoppers saw how much it added to the cost of their daily purchases. A We Ask
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
shoppers saw how much it added to the cost of their daily purchases. A We Ask America Polls survey commissioned by the Illinois Manufacturers' Association and conducted Aug. 3 through Aug. 6 found that 87 percent of respondents disapproved of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dick MacPherson, 86; ‘Mr. Enthusiasm’ turned around Patriots, college teamson. And have people get excited about hiring you.” Mr. MacPherson, who was 86
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
on. And have people get excited about hiring you.” Mr. MacPherson, who was 86 when he died Tuesday in a Syracuse, N.Y., hospital, was the team’s 11th head coach and met with initial success, improving the Patriots to 6-10 his first season. “He... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Peter St George-Hyslop wins the Ryman Prizeat the University of Toronto and Harvard Medical School.He served his first app
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 days ago
at the University of Toronto and Harvard Medical School.He served his first appointment at Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital, where he taught molecular genetics and neurology from 1987 to 1991.He was appointed to the University of Toronto in... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Support groups, clubs, and servicesS. Galena Ave., Suite 100, Dixon. Appointments: 815-284-3371. Dixon Kiwanis Cl
SaukValley.com / Posted 14 days ago
S. Galena Ave., Suite 100, Dixon. Appointments: 815-284-3371. Dixon Kiwanis Club meeting, 7 a.m., private dining room, KSB Hospital, 403 E. First St. Rock River Center Board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Rock River Center, 810 S. 10th St., Oregon,... Read more
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Business Wire
The Howard Hughes Corporation® Reports Second Quarter 2017 Results$39.0 million, an increase of $1.8 million or 4.7% compared to the second quart
Business Wire / Posted 14 days ago
$39.0 million, an increase of $1.8 million or 4.7% compared to the second quarter of 2016, driven by growth in our office, hospitality, and multifamily assets. MPC segment revenue was $78.1 million, an increase of $6.2 million or 8.6% compared to... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Support groups, clubs, and servicesRotary Club, noon, YWCA of the Sauk Valley, 412 First Ave.. Dixon Noon Lions,
SaukValley.com / Posted 15 days ago
Rotary Club, noon, YWCA of the Sauk Valley, 412 First Ave.. Dixon Noon Lions, noon, private dining room, KSB Hospital, 403 E. First St., 815-973-2105. Public welcome. Dealing With Grief, noon, Post House Community Center, 100 W.... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Q&A with former Western Michigan University President John Dunnbig focus. When I knew we were doing a special section on Kalamazoo, I went to
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 16 days ago
big focus. When I knew we were doing a special section on Kalamazoo, I went to the website of the Michigan Venture Capital Association, which has a nice link showing what's going on around the state. And there was a long list of efforts at WMU —... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Property transfers in Lee and Whiteside counties: Aug. 5, 2017to Gayle D. and Arlette Ramsey, 25036 Prophet Road, Rock Falls, $105,000. • Fa
SaukValley.com / Posted 17 days ago
to Gayle D. and Arlette Ramsey, 25036 Prophet Road, Rock Falls, $105,000. • Fannie Mae, aka Federal National Mortgage Association, to Terry J. Beswick, 17150 Diamond Road, Fulton, $48,500. • Carl and Bobbie L. Fitts to Loyd and Kathy Pyron,... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, Aug. 3, 2017Berlin Olympics as he took the 100-meter sprint. In 1943, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. G
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
Berlin Olympics as he took the 100-meter sprint. In 1943, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. George S. Patton slapped a private at an army hospital in Sicily, accusing him of cowardice. (Patton was later ordered by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to apologize for this... Read more
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Officer.com
Crime-nighters: Community gathers in show of solidarity against crimeStates, held the first Tuesday of August. The event has been held annually sinc
Officer.com / Posted 19 days ago
States, held the first Tuesday of August. The event has been held annually since 1984 and is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch in the United States and Canada, according to Morgan-Scott Crimestoppers coordinator Loren... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
AUGUST 3Berlin Olympics as he took the 100-meter sprint. In 1943, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. G
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Berlin Olympics as he took the 100-meter sprint. In 1943, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. George S. Patton slapped a private at an army hospital in Sicily, accusing him of cowardice. (Patton was later ordered by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to apologize for this... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Hollywood Foreign Press Unveils 2017 Grant and Scholarship Recipientsalso hosts the annual Golden Globe Awards, bestowed $2.8 million in charitable
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 19 days ago
also hosts the annual Golden Globe Awards, bestowed $2.8 million in charitable donations. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out $2.8 million in scholarships and grants to entertainment non-profits tonight at its annual Grants... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
SNMMI recognizes contributions to nuclear medicine and molecular imaging at 2017 annual meetingMD. Robert E. Henkin, MD, FACNM, FACR, is professor emeritus of radiology at L
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
MD. Robert E. Henkin, MD, FACNM, FACR, is professor emeritus of radiology at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois, and president of UNM, Ltd., which provides consulting services to medical imaging companies and professional... Read more
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The MidWeek
Looking Back for Aug. 2, 2017predict for them a successful future. The Garden Commission of DeKalb co-opera
The MidWeek / Posted 20 days ago
predict for them a successful future. The Garden Commission of DeKalb co-operating with the DeKalb County Soil Improvement Association has a unique way of doing its “bit.” It was announced that there will be a canning demonstration at the Armory... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Taking too long to die: Some 'terminal' patients can lose hospice benefitsFlorida's leading end-of-life care providers. For the last month, Hope has want
Detroit Free Press / Posted 24 days ago
Florida's leading end-of-life care providers. For the last month, Hope has wanted its breathing machine back – plus the hospital bed, the walker, the wheelchair and everything else it provided the family to care for Johmen in his home. John has... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Can we now at least put the screws on high health care costs?Sweeney and Jason Meisner. But I confess it was just a weary eye-roll. The pa
Chicago Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
Sweeney and Jason Meisner. But I confess it was just a weary eye-roll. The paragraph was about how doctors at Mount Sinai Hospital treated a left-forearm bullet wound suffered by Annette Johnson, a bystander who'd been hit by gang-related gunfire... Read more
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Salon.com
Anti-LGBT groups celebrate Trump’s ban on transgender citizens serving in the US militaryto endure hours of transgender ‘sensitivity’ classes and politically-correct di
Salon.com / Posted 24 days ago
to endure hours of transgender ‘sensitivity’ classes and politically-correct distractions like this one. American Family Association-Indiana also supported Trump’s decision, stating that it is the correct one: The purpose of the military is to... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Illinois First Lady helps celebrate launch of IL Family Connects pilot programIllinois First Lady Diana Rauner recently celebrated the launch of the Illinois
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 24 days ago
Illinois First Lady Diana Rauner recently celebrated the launch of the Illinois Family Connects pilot program, a universal newborn support system. It is a home visiting program administered by the Children’s Home Association of Illinois in... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Princeton Rotary Club awards scholarshipsof the Board of Education Academic Excellence Award, IHSA Scholastic Achievemen
Bureau County Republican / Posted 24 days ago
of the Board of Education Academic Excellence Award, IHSA Scholastic Achievement Award, IHSA All-Academic Team nominee, Illinois State Scholar and Service Learning Hours Accomplishment. She received the Chopin Piano Award, the Kurt Garvin... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore City police adds crisis response team3,000 similar efforts in jurisdictions around the country, said Amy C. Watson,
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
3,000 similar efforts in jurisdictions around the country, said Amy C. Watson, a professor in the University of Illinois at Chicago’s college of social work who has studied the programs. She said at least 10 percent of police calls are... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Illinois budget backlog is giving health care providers, patients a headachemy bills. But the state is not doing their job, and they're certainly not payin
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
my bills. But the state is not doing their job, and they're certainly not paying their bills," said La France, a Northern Illinois University communications professor who lives in Sycamore. Her doctor, she added, "is irritated because she's not... Read more
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FOX 5 Las Vegas
Woman accused in daughter's death moved to jail in IllinoisWhat's your name again? News 4 uncovered a bizarre twist after an elderly St.
FOX 5 Las Vegas / Posted 27 days ago
What's your name again? News 4 uncovered a bizarre twist after an elderly St. Charles County man complained about an Illinois business. (Credit: KMOV) A News 4 Investigation uncovered a bizarre twist after an elderly St. Charles County man... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Views from the nation and worldin connection with the disappearance of Zhang Yingying, a 26-year-old Chinese r
The Alliance Review / Posted 28 days ago
in connection with the disappearance of Zhang Yingying, a 26-year-old Chinese research student at the University of Illinois, and who was last seen at its Urbana-Champaign campus on June 9. Christensen will now formally enter a plea to the... Read more
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Miami New Times
Daud DescendingDaoud is helping out the new manager and trying his best to keep busy. Dressed
Miami New Times / Posted 29 days ago
Daoud is helping out the new manager and trying his best to keep busy. Dressed in a T-shirt, flip-flops, and Mount Sinai Hospital scrubs, he lumbers unsmiling around the pool deck. There's no reason he should feel buoyed this evening, of course.... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Durbin: Time for the GOP to admit it needs help fixing health careIt's rare to find a major health care proposal opposed by every major hospital,
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 29 days ago
It's rare to find a major health care proposal opposed by every major hospital, physician, nurse and pediatrician group; all of the major disease advocacy organizations; the American Association of Retired Persons and the disability community. Read... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Tim Hill Takes Dual Role with COO Slot at UAMS Health System (Movers & Shakers)at UAMS, Hill spent decades in other senior health care management roles. He ha
Arkansas Business / Posted 29 days ago
at UAMS, Hill spent decades in other senior health care management roles. He has been president and CEO of Arkansas Heart Hospital in Little Rock, North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in Harrison and Southwest Hospital in Little Rock. He has... Read more
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