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By Gina Macris
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Islanders with developmental disabilities would face “drastic measures,” such as waitlists for services or reductions in the amounts the state pays private …
By Gina Macris
PROVIDENCE – The continuing saga of how the state will respond to the federal court-ordered consent decree and agreement to invest resources and to improve care for the developmentally disabled …
By Richard Asinof
PAWTUCKET – It should surprise no one that Care New England wants to transfer Family Medicine and Internal Medicine, two medical residency programs affiliated with Warren Alpert Medical School …
By Richard Asinof
PROVIDENCE – Three of the leading practitioners of health equity in the U.S. shared their strategies on Friday, Nov. 17, as part of a roundtable discussion and lecture series sponsored by the …
By Richard Asinof
PROVIDENCE – Here are some recent snapshots, call them postcards from the edge, illustrating the continuing sad saga of the $400 million and counting Unified Health Infrastructure Project, or …
By Gina Macris
PROVIDENCE – The budget news looks grim for Rhode Islanders and their families with developmental disabilities. There is a projected deficit of nearly $26 million in cost overruns by the end of …
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