Monthly Archives: September 2018

Nevada again lands at bottom of national health-care ranking – Las Vegas Review-Journal


Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada again lands at bottom of national health-care ranking
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Despite improvements in several areas, Nevada is once again listed at the bottom of a new national health care ranking. Nevada ranked 50th nationwide in a review of more than 100 population-level and patient-level measures published by the federal ...

Nevada again lands at bottom of national health-care ranking – Las Vegas Review-Journal


Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada again lands at bottom of national health-care ranking
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Despite improvements in several areas, Nevada is once again listed at the bottom of a new national health care ranking. Nevada ranked 50th nationwide in a review of more than 100 population-level and patient-level measures published by the federal ...

See How This Company Uses Virtual Reality To Change Patient Healthcare – Forbes


Forbes

See How This Company Uses Virtual Reality To Change Patient Healthcare
Forbes
By 2017, Markets and Markets reported that the VR healthcare market had grown to $976 million from $525 million in 2012. And, according to Grand View Research, the VR and Augmented Reality (AR) healthcare industry will be $5.1 billion by 2025.

See How This Company Uses Virtual Reality To Change Patient Healthcare – Forbes


Forbes

See How This Company Uses Virtual Reality To Change Patient Healthcare
Forbes
By 2017, Markets and Markets reported that the VR healthcare market had grown to $976 million from $525 million in 2012. And, according to Grand View Research, the VR and Augmented Reality (AR) healthcare industry will be $5.1 billion by 2025.

India just launched the world’s largest healthcare plan. Will it work? – VICE News


VICE News

India just launched the world's largest healthcare plan. Will it work?
VICE News
Indians currently pay their medical bills out-of-pocket, which forces around 100 million people to fall into medical poverty each year. But Prime Minister Narenda Modi is confident that “Modicare” — a free government healthcare plan — will fix that ...

India just launched the world’s largest healthcare plan. Will it work? – VICE News


VICE News

India just launched the world's largest healthcare plan. Will it work?
VICE News
Indians currently pay their medical bills out-of-pocket, which forces around 100 million people to fall into medical poverty each year. But Prime Minister Narenda Modi is confident that “Modicare” — a free government healthcare plan — will fix that ...

Meet Kieran Murphy — the straight-talking, dealmaking CEO of GE Healthcare — who has to create a future without GE – CNBC


CNBC

Meet Kieran Murphy — the straight-talking, dealmaking CEO of GE Healthcare — who has to create a future without GE
CNBC
The healthcare equipment maker is a bit of a cash cow, throwing off $3.4 billion in profit last year. It accounted for 15.8 percent of the conglomerate's total sales, but 43.2 percent of its operating profit in 2017. It's also one of GE's most ...

Meet Kieran Murphy — the straight-talking, dealmaking CEO of GE Healthcare — who has to create a future without GE – CNBC


CNBC

Meet Kieran Murphy — the straight-talking, dealmaking CEO of GE Healthcare — who has to create a future without GE
CNBC
The healthcare equipment maker is a bit of a cash cow, throwing off $3.4 billion in profit last year. It accounted for 15.8 percent of the conglomerate's total sales, but 43.2 percent of its operating profit in 2017. It's also one of GE's most ...

The long road to a tribal controlled Rapid City healthcare facility – Rapid City Journal


Rapid City Journal

The long road to a tribal controlled Rapid City healthcare facility
Rapid City Journal
As the Oglala, Cheyenne River and Rosebud Sioux tribes ask the Rapid City Council for support in building a new Native American healthcare facility in east Rapid City, they're simultaneously attempting to assume control over Sioux San Hospital and ...

RPT-Wall St Week Ahead -Healthcare momentum rides on defensive appeal, earnings, election – Reuters


RPT-Wall St Week Ahead -Healthcare momentum rides on defensive appeal, earnings, election
Reuters
NEW YORK, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Healthcare company shares have taken the lead in the record-setting U.S. stock market, and a desire for investors to become more defensive combined with potentially strong upcoming earnings could drive them even higher.

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