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BOSTON – The big news in health care last week was that Atul Gawande, 52, a professor at Harvard Medical School, a surgeon at Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston, and a staff writer for the … 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
CENTRAL FALLS – It is easy to become distracted when it comes to new stories about health care. Take last week. A strike by nurses against Lifespan ended, for the moment, with the reality that … more
PROVIDENCE – Trying to discern the meaning of the latest developments last week concerning the proposed merger between Care New England and Partners Healthcare in Boston was a bit like trying … more
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