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PROVIDENCE – The story did not get a of lot play in the news media, but it certainly resonates with the national conversation that is happening now between men and women about domestic … more
PROVIDENCE – In the last three years, since the launch of PCMH Kids, an all payer initiative to support better coordination of care for children and families in Rhode Island, based in part on … more
PROVIDENCE – Much like the rising sea levels due to manmade climate change, medical costs keep increasing in the U.S., and the question remains unanswered: what is the best strategy to address … more
PROVIDENCE – The economic fragility of the health care delivery system in Rhode Island has been exposed once again by the looming strike by the United Nurses and Allied Professionals union … more
CONVERSATIONS: PART TWOPROVIDENCE – While the three day strike [and one day lockout] involving some 2,400 workers represented by United Nurses and Allied Professionals at Rhode Island Hospital … more
Editors Note: In my first interview with Dr. Michael Fine in March of 2011 who was the newly appointed director of the R.I. Department of Health, I asked what seemed a straightforward question about … more
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