19 results total, viewing 13 - 18
PART ThreePROVIDENCE – If his legs were stronger, the thought had briefly crossed ConvergenceRI’s mind about attempting to crash the health care work summit held on April 1 – to … more
PART Two“At what point does the state deal with its addiction to high-priced consultants and enter recovery?”PROVIDENCE – A few weeks ago, ConvergenceRI was approached about the … more
PART One“The biggest blind spot [in higher education] is the belief that our problems can be solved by technical experts.”– Ed Wingenbach, Hampshire College presidentPROVIDENCE … more
PROVIDENCE – It should surprise no one that UnitedHealthcare was found by the R.I. Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner to have used criteria for determining “levels of care for … more
Editor’s Note: The residents of nursing homes, already a highly vulnerable population, became one of the principal victims of the initial phase of the coronavirus pandemic as it swept through … more
PART TwoPROVIDENCE – The common wisdom for many is that if you cannot measure it, the work does not get done. But what happens when the standard measurement tools that are being used to assess … more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 90 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

© | subscribe | contact us | report problem | About | Advertise

powered by creative circle media solutions

Join the conversation

Want to get ConvergenceRI
in your inbox every Monday?

Type of subscription (choose one):

We will contact you with subscription details.

Thank you for subscribing!

We will contact you shortly with subscription details.