Monthly Archives: December 2017

2017: Delhi air pollution, Ganga and Yamuna rejuvenation kept NGT busy – The New Indian Express


2017: Delhi air pollution, Ganga and Yamuna rejuvenation kept NGT busy
The New Indian Express
NEW DELHI: Courting controversies with orders on regulating Hindu pilgrimage to sparing none including Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living for damaging the Yamuna floodplains, the National Green Tribunal in 2017 also castigated the NDA government for ...

and more »

25 Hot Health Care Jobs Around Pittsburgh – Patch.com


25 Hot Health Care Jobs Around Pittsburgh
Patch.com
PITTSBURGH, PA - here are many reasons why pursuing a health care job in southwestern Pennsylvania makes sense, and not just because the region is home to medical conglomerates such as UPMC or the Allegheny Health Network. Perhaps the strongest reason ...

and more »

Clinton talks health care in visit – Sunbury Daily Item


Clinton talks health care in visit
Sunbury Daily Item
6 Former First Lady and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was the keynote speaker at the Geisinger National Symposium held in Danville last month, an event that drew some of the biggest names in health care to the Valley. Advocating for universal ...

One way to improve Veteran health care is to end ‘reefer madness’ – The Hill


The Hill

One way to improve Veteran health care is to end 'reefer madness'
The Hill
While many of their civilian friends have found successful treatment plans with medical marijuana, because they are part of the VA healthcare center, my veteran friends are left to suffer through with ineffective treatment plans of prescription ...

and more »

Top 10 health care surprises from Year One of Trump – Politico


Politico

Top 10 health care surprises from Year One of Trump
Politico
Trump lobbed insults at a host of health care targets, but perhaps none landed with more rhetorical force than his denunciations of the "disastrous" drug industry. “The drug companies, frankly, are getting away with murder,” he seethed early on ...
GOP set to shift tactics on ObamaCare in 2018The Hill

all 24 news articles »

Health Care Is Hemorrhaging Data. AI Is Here to Help | WIRED – WIRED


Health Care Is Hemorrhaging Data. AI Is Here to Help | WIRED
WIRED
Artificial intelligence used to mean something. Now, everything has AI. That app that delivers you late-night egg rolls? AI. The chatbot that pops up when you're buying new kicks? AI. Tweets, stories, posts in your feed, the search results you return ...

and more »

Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Richard Buckley Says Super Model Christie … – Benzinga


Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Richard Buckley Says Super Model Christie ...
Benzinga
Super model Christie Brinkley recently revealed in People magazine that her two go-to antiaging treatments are Xeomin and Ultherapy. Cosmetic surgeon Dr. ...

and more »

Four risks healthcare executives should monitor in 2018 – ModernMedicine


ModernMedicine

Four risks healthcare executives should monitor in 2018
ModernMedicine
The healthcare industry saw big changes in 2017. While the debate over the ACA dominated the headlines, it was just the tip of the iceberg as consolidation continued at rapid speed, prescription practices came under scrutiny and the country embarked on ...

and more »

Healthcare execs look to make deals in 2018 – ModernHealthcare.com


ModernHealthcare.com

Healthcare execs look to make deals in 2018
ModernHealthcare.com
The survey respondents span a cross section of the healthcare industry: providers, pharmaceutical companies, investment firms and other healthcare services companies. Capital One, which defined middle market as companies with annual revenue of $100 ...

and more »

2018 Outlook: Who to watch in healthcare – ModernHealthcare.com


ModernHealthcare.com

2018 Outlook: Who to watch in healthcare
ModernHealthcare.com
Building an in-house pharmacy benefit management operation from scratch, competing with bulked-up insurance rivals and coping with major regulatory changes in the individual market top the list of challenges facing Gail Boudreaux, Anthem's new ...

and more »