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TOP OF THE LIST: Central Ohio's largest foundations

Central Ohio is home to many foundations that provide grants for charitable, educational, artistic and health-related causes, to name just a few. Ask anyone in Columbus to name a local charitable..
bizjournals

Good Samaritan Free Clinic marks milestone

TUPELO, Miss. (AP) — For a quarter century, the Antone Tannehill Good Samaritan Free Clinic has remained true to its mission as it has grown. “We evolved with community needs,” said executive..
Seattle Times

Videos for "Health Care"

News video: Community Pulls Together for Annual Homeless Stand Down

Community Pulls Together for Annual Homeless Stand Down

Over a hundred community members came out on Saturday for the 22nd annual 'Homeless Stand Down.'
Source: KPVI NBC Pocatello, ID -

News video: Cappella's Grand Opening Shows New Assisted Living Methods

Cappella's Grand Opening Shows New Assisted Living Methods

Assisted living in the Grand Valley is taking strides into the next generation of health care by redefining what's important to our elderly community, that being their voice.
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News video: Jimmy Kimmel Shares Pic of ‘Healthy and Happy’ Son Billy

Jimmy Kimmel Shares Pic of ‘Healthy and Happy’ Son Billy 00:36

a few months bak Jimmy Kimmel welcomed his son Billy into the world. Unfortunately he was born with congenital heart disease. Kimmel addressed his sons condition during an emotional monologue before..
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News video: Political Analyst Weighs In On New Health Care Bill

Political Analyst Weighs In On New Health Care Bill 03:51

Michael Shires, a professor at Pepperdine University, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss the new bipartisan health care bill. Amy Johnson reports.
Source: KCAL 9 CBS LA -

News video: Next 9: Meet Cincinnati's rising stars in health care

Next 9: Meet Cincinnati's rising stars in health care 03:14

Healthy people make for happy communities. Luckily, Greater Cincinnati is home to a host of world-class healthcare institutions filled with tens of thousands of people working hard to keep us all..
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Qatar- 6,000 breast screenings held through HMC & PHCC program

(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula ‘Screen for Life', the National Breast and Bowel Cancer Screening Program led by the Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) and suppo...
MENAFN.com

Kansas lawmakers study insurance payments for telemedicine

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas lawmakers are considering whether insurance companies should be required to pay health care providers the same amount for telemedicine services as for in-person visits. The..
Seattle Times

Kaine proposes public option for health care

As attention on Capitol Hill began slowly to shift from battles over ending or saving the Affordable Care Act to ideas about fixing it, U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine began wondering if there was a simple way to..
dailypress.com

Are You Infuriated Yet?

are you infuriated yet?
Authored by Chris Martenson via PeakProsperity.com, *More and more, I'm encountering people who are simply infuriated with how our "leaders" are running (or to put it more accurately, ruining)..
Zero Hedge

Grand Rapids exhibit explores mental health treatment

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A new exhibit exploring how mental health treatment has changed since the late 18th century is going on display at the Grand Rapids Public Museum . "The Life of the Mind"..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

These are Houston's most and least expensive hospitals

Costs can vary widely between hospitals, but one health care data company has crunched the numbers to rank greater Houston hospitals by their costs to patients.  Check out the slideshow above to see..
bizjournals

Praeclarus Press Offers Resources for Health Care Providers and Parents on Safe Mother-infant Sleep in Honor of National SIDS Awareness Month

Many parents sleep with their babies, despite warnings by major health organizations, and some do so in ways in that may increase the risk if Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Praeclarus Press..
PRWeb

Shriners Hospitals for Children® – Los Angeles Closes and Opens a New Medical Center in Pasadena, CA

After 65 years of giving children and families the specialized medical care they need, Shriners Hospitals for Children – Los Angeles has closed and has opened a new state-of-the-art medical center..
PRWeb

Op-Ed Contributor: The Silver Lining in Trump’s Health Care ‘Sabotage’

By cutting an insurers’ subsidy, the president may accidentally save many Americans money on health insurance.
NYTimes.com

Trump’s executive order on health care to have little impact in Hawaii

The Trump administration said the order, which was issued last week, is designed to increase competition and choice.
bizjournals

New Mexico prosecutor, insurance company in settlement talks

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — It’s possible a standoff over millions of dollars in insurance premium taxes could be resolved now that New Mexico’s attorney general and the state’s largest..
Seattle Times

Georgia lawmaker asks about quarantining HIV patients

ATLANTA (AP) — A Georgia state lawmaker who is married to former U.S. health secretary Tom Price asked during a legislative committee meeting about the possibility of quarantining people with HIV...
SeattlePI.com

Donating your body to science can be a lasting gift

Consider that by willing your body to the University of Washington you could live forever in the care that future doctors give their patients or in new medical technology that provides better health..
Seattle Times

Everyone who's not OK right now should play 'Everything is going to be OK'

Listen, everything is absolutely not OK right now. The short list of not-OK things just happening in the news lately, for instance, includes the pervasive culture of sexual assault that rots our..
Mashable

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DallasNews

Top Dems nix White House demands to alter health care deal

WASHINGTON (AP) — Top Senate Democrats rejected White House demands Friday to add provisions weakening the Obama health care law to a bipartisan deal on steadying unsettled insurance markets. The..
SeattlePI.com

Athenahealth cuts 9 percent of jobs companywide, affecting Austin and other satellite offices

Athenahealth Inc. CEO Jonathan Bush told investors Friday morning that the involvement of an activist investor over the past few months has helped steer it in a new direction — which included its..
bizjournals


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