Monthly Archives: June 2018

Moss Point’s first ever Rejuvenation Festival draws big crowd – WMC Action News 5


WMC Action News 5

Moss Point's first ever Rejuvenation Festival draws big crowd
WMC Action News 5
The first ever Rejuvenation Festival in Moss Point went off without any problems! Saturday's festivities included a Princess Breakfast followed by a festival with vendors, live music and something called a Trash Pot Cookoff. It's serious business if ...

Moss Point’s first ever Rejuvenation Festival draws big crowd – WLOX


WLOX

Moss Point's first ever Rejuvenation Festival draws big crowd
WLOX
The first ever Rejuvenation Festival in Moss Point went off without any problems! Saturday's festivities included a Princess Breakfast followed by a festival with vendors, live music and something called a Trash Pot Cookoff. It's serious business if ...

State faces a steep health care funding cliff – Minneapolis Star Tribune


Minneapolis Star Tribune

State faces a steep health care funding cliff
Minneapolis Star Tribune
But those inclined to rest on these laurels during the 2018 campaign season shouldn't. A different and far more daunting health care challenge looms: a towering state funding cliff that could weaken Minnesota's health-care-driven economy and undermine ...

AI that improves healthcare efficiency also threatens profits – TechRepublic


TechRepublic

AI that improves healthcare efficiency also threatens profits
TechRepublic
Healthcare is a world of perverse incentives. One person's waste is another person's annual bonus. If you have shares in Novo Nordisk, you don't really want people to eat more fruits and vegetables, because then sales of diabetes meds might drop.

AI that improves healthcare efficiency also threatens profits – TechRepublic


TechRepublic

AI that improves healthcare efficiency also threatens profits
TechRepublic
Healthcare is a world of perverse incentives. One person's waste is another person's annual bonus. If you have shares in Novo Nordisk, you don't really want people to eat more fruits and vegetables, because then sales of diabetes meds might drop.

Reviewing How Healthcare Costs, Coverage Have Changed – Flagstaff Business News


Flagstaff Business News

Reviewing How Healthcare Costs, Coverage Have Changed
Flagstaff Business News
Every year, The Kaiser Foundation completes an extensive national survey of Employer Health Benefits. As healthcare had changed dramatically over the past 10 years, it provides some really good information, historical references and even some ...

DC Week: Healthcare Impacts of SCOTUS Shakeup – MedPage Today


MedPage Today

DC Week: Healthcare Impacts of SCOTUS Shakeup
MedPage Today
Cases dealing with abortion and contraception are the most likely in the healthcare sphere to be affected by Kennedy's retirement, Tim Jost, JD, emeritus professor of law at Washington & Lee University, in Lexington, Virginia, said in a phone interview ...

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Book on Anti-Aging Nutrition Presented – Total Croatia News


Total Croatia News

Book on Anti-Aging Nutrition Presented
Total Croatia News
A book by nutritionist Lejla Kažinić Kreho “Anti-Aging Nutrition” was presented at the Gymnasium Cafe of the Mimara Museum in Zagreb. The author has a master's degree in nutrition and is a long-time member of the British Nutrition Society. She studied ...

Preferred Family Healthcare to appeal state’s suspension of Medicaid payments – Arkansas Times (blog)


Preferred Family Healthcare to appeal state's suspension of Medicaid payments
Arkansas Times (blog)
Preferred Family Healthcare, the Missouri-based behavioral health nonprofit at the center of a vast corruption scandal that has ensnared multiple Arkansas legislators in an FBI investigation, will contest the decision of Arkansas's Office of Medicaid ...

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Preferred Family Healthcare to appeal state’s suspension of Medicaid payments – Arkansas Times (blog)


Preferred Family Healthcare to appeal state's suspension of Medicaid payments
Arkansas Times (blog)
Preferred Family Healthcare, the Missouri-based behavioral health nonprofit at the center of a vast corruption scandal that has ensnared multiple Arkansas legislators in an FBI investigation, will contest the decision of Arkansas's Office of Medicaid ...

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