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New York Denies Charity Care To Its Neediest
Missouri
Two years ago Missouri passed the Volunteer Health Services Act, a law which allows licensed out-of-state medical providers to deliver charitable care to Missourians without undue regulatory burdens. With the VHSA's passage, Missouri joined only a handful of states, including neighboring Tennessee and Illinois, who have passed similar health care reforms. Make no [...]
January 23 2015
Group awarded $664k to provide care for young kids
Champlain, new york
The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity is getting a $644,000 federal grant to provide care to more young children in the Burlington areas. The Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant from the Department of Health and Human Services will make it possible for 34 additional children a year to access Early Head Start. The Administration for Children and Families developed the ...
January 22 2015
One Feature Consulting and Senecas Strong to Deliver "Condition Management" Wellness Prog
New York
One Feather augments the Senecas Strong movement to provide Seneca Indian communities with discreet access to substance abuse hotline and trained counselors; the collaboration also provides strategic planning for community outreach support to prompt healthy behavior change. (PRWeb January 20, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01/prweb12452580.htm
January 22 2015
Albany Med Chooses CDPHP to Provide High-Quality Service to its Employees
New York
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Albany Medical Center and CDPHP(R) continue their long-standing partnership into 2015 as hospital employees will now benefit from the health plan's best-in-class service and programs. As ...
January 21 2015
Laws blocked cops from reviewing Family Court records in 5-year-old's death
New York
Albany In the tense hours after a young Knox woman claimed last week that two masked men had kidnapped her 5-year-old cousin, police investigators were prohibited from accessing confidential child-protective services records that would have provided reams of background on the boy's troubled family. Instead, police were informed by child protective services officials in both Albany and Montgomery ...
January 21 2015
CenterLight Health System Unveils Its Inaugural Community Benefit Report Detailing Its Strong Ties
New York
The Community Benefit Report captures how CenterLight Health System impacts the local communities it serves through the quality care, community building, innovation and advocacy it provides. (PRWeb December 30, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12417538.htm
January 20 2015
Cops Who Care Give to Needy LI Families With Great Help from a Local Law Firm
New York
Finally news of relations between police and civilians come together for a great cause on Long Island. Needy families give thanks to the police officers involved with the "Cops Who Care" food drive held on December 23rd. Assisted by a local law firm to provide turkeys and hams to underprivileged families. (PRWeb January 14, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01 ...
January 20 2015
Health Department Announces Closure of Long Term Home Health Care Program
New York
The Oswego County Health Department has announced it will no longer admit new patients to the Oswego County Long Term Home Health Care Program. The County Health Department is following New York State guidelines and working closely with local health care providers and contractors since receiving approval from the NYS Department of Health to close the Oswego LTHHCP. Continue reading →
January 19 2015
NYT reporter questioned at hearing in CIA leak case
Clarence, New York
A New York Times reporter is providing little assistance to prosecutors as they put a former CIA officer on trial for allegedly leaking classified information about a botched operation in Iran.
January 16 2015
Boston Marathon Trial Judge Rejects Delay Bid Over Paris Attack
Boston, New York
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, accused Boston Marathon bomber, is shown in an undated handout photo provided by the FBI to the media, on April 19, 2013. Close Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, accused Boston Marathon bomber, is shown in an undated handout photo...
January 14 2015
NYT reporter refuses to answer questions in CIA leak case
South Dakota
A New York Times reporter is providing little assistance to prosecutors as they put a former CIA officer on trial for allegedly leaking classified information about a botched operation in Iran.
January 14 2015
NYS Association of Health Care Providers appoints interim president
New York
ALBANY, N.Y. — The board of directors of the New York State Association of Health Care Providers, Inc. (HCP) has appointed Claudia Hammar as interim president of the association, effective Jan. 1.
January 14 2015
Once Again, Brandeis Students Master Selective Outrage
Franklin, New York
The student body provided a louder defense of the right to condone the murder of NYPD officers, and her hatred of America, than my right to report on it
January 13 2015
Alexander Litvinenko’s son, Anatoly, on his father’s murder: ‘He was trying to make Russia a
Cameron, New York
Anatoly Litvinenko was 12 years old when his father – a former FSB agent and personal enemy of Vladimir Putin – was poisoned with radioactive polonium in London in 2006. A new inquiry may provide him and his mother with closure, if not justice In the autumn of 2006, Anatoly Litvinenko was 12 years old. He was a bright boy, keen on science, particularly good at chemical equations. On weekday ...
January 09 2015
Novus Reaches Milestone in Providing Affordable Medicinal Marijuana Treatment to Arizona Patients S
New York
Novus Acquisition & Development Corp , wholly owned subsidiary Novus Medical Group, Inc., a service provider of the health and wellness savings plan, "Novus MedPlan," is proud to announce that ...
January 06 2015
Novus Teams Up With PR Revolution to Execute Go-to-Market Strategy
New York
Novus Acquisition & Development Corp , wholly owned subsidiary Novus Medical Group, Inc., a service provider of the health and wellness savings plan, "Novus MedPlan," is proud to announce that ...
January 06 2015
Novus Is Building Proprietary Software System to Handle Membership Growth
New York
Novus Acquisition & Development Corp , wholly owned subsidiary Novus Medical Group, Inc., a service provider of the health and wellness savings plan, "Novus MedPlan," announces that it has retained ...
January 06 2015
AMC Health Names Paul Argay Chief Marketing Officer, Adding to Strong Executive Management Team
New York
NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  AMC Health , a leading provider of virtual patient monitoring and engagement solutions that advance monitored care in healthcare and clinical trial categories, ...
December 30 2014
New York’s Northern Medical Specialists Selects eClinicalWorks
Georgia
eClinicalWorks®, a leader in ambulatory healthcare IT solutions, today announces that New York’s Northern Medical Specialists has selected eClinicalWorks’ comprehensive electronic health records solution for its 70 providers.
December 30 2014
Andover woman charged in Christmas Eve murder
New York
This photo, provided by New York State Police, shows Donna G. Hahn, 52, of 3860 Swain Hill Road, who was charged with second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter after an incident on Christmas Eve.
December 25 2014
Americare Focuses On Immigrant Health
New York
BY JOE MARVILLI Staff Writer In a borough as diverse as Queens, it is vital to have healthcare providers that can communicate with an immigrant community. Americare does just that. Americare is a home health service provider that offers its services in all five boroughs and Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Sullivan and […]
December 20 2014
Rochester hosts single-payer healthcare meeting
New York
Rochester, N.Y. (AP) -- The state Assembly is holding the second of six statewide public hearings on legislation to establish New York Health, a universal single-payer health coverage plan to replace insurance company coverage. Assembly Health Committee Chair Richard Gottfried will take testimony on the bill which would provide comprehensive, universal health coverage for every New Yorker. ...
December 18 2014
Steroids trial pushed back for A-Rod's cousin
Oklahoma
A federal judge has delayed for two months the trial of a cousin of New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez on charges stemming from dealings with the clinic that illegally provided performance-enhancing drugs to baseball...
December 18 2014
Brooklyn Home Health Care Provider, All Heart Homecare Agency Inc., Provides Winter Safety Tips for
New York
New York City can be unforgiving. All Heart Homecare Agency, a Brooklyn home health care provider, has offered up some tips to keep safe during New York's coldest season.
December 18 2014
North Country Family Health Center Receives Funding from UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of New Yor
Jefferson, new york
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of New York has provided $200,000 in funding to the North Country Family Health Center to support the federally qualified health center’s on
December 18 2014
Lawsuit Settlement Funding Firm Reports Shocking New York City Police Brutality Statistics in Light
New York
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y., Dec. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, reports overwhelming statistics provided in a special report by the NY Daily News that over the last 15 years, New York City cops have killed 179 unarmed individuals, with only one officer being convicted of a crime. Legal-Bay is a plaintiff advocate firm that assists individuals who were a ...
December 16 2014
Jury: Felix Olivares not guilty on all counts after 4-day murder trial
New York
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- A Superior Court jury deliberated less than 3 ½ hours before returning not guilty verdicts on Monday for Felix Olivares who was charged with participating in the August 2013 murder of Johenllys Gabriel Espinal in the Wiggin Village housing project.
December 15 2014
Jury deliberations begin in murder trial of Felix Olivares of Providence
New York
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Superior Court jury has begun deliberating the fate of Felix Olivares on Monday following a four-day trial in which he is accused of participating in the murder of Johenllys Gabriel Espinal in the Wiggin Village housing project in August 2013.
December 15 2014
U hospital set to provide Ebola care
Minnesota
By: Cody Nelson The University of Minnesota Medical Center has agreed to care for patients diagnosed with Ebola, the Minnesota Hospital Association announced Friday. The West Bank hospital is one of four health care facilities in Minnesota that will provide ongoing treatment for the deadly virus if necessary. The country’s only confirmed cases of Ebola have surfaced in Texas and New York. read ...
December 11 2014
Single-payer healthcare meeting
New York
Rochester, N.Y. (AP/WHAM) -- The state Assembly is holding the second of six statewide public hearings on legislation to establish New York Health, a universal single-payer health coverage plan to replace insurance company coverage. Assembly Health Committee Chair Richard Gottfried will take testimony on the bill which would provide comprehensive, universal health coverage for every New Yorker ...
December 10 2014
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