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1 hour agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

The steady erosion of women's access to healthcare services has become depressingly routine, primarily by defunding Planned Parenthood, despite the consequences. Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich is expected to make Ohio the newest state to do so any day now. So it's heartening to see a move that attempts to... More »

Uganda's Yoweri Museveni defends record in presidential debate

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni dismissed as fiction attacks from rivals over allegations of corruption, unemployment and the state of healthcare in a televised debate on Saturday ahead of next week's presidential election.

A Continuum of Legislation and Intimidation in Ohio’s Planned Parenthood Fight

Even “moderates” like John Kasich leverage threats and the specter of violence in their war on women’s healthcare.

Arcade Fire’s Win Butler tries to talk healthcare after winning NBA All-Star Celebrity Game MVP

18 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

If you win the MVP award for the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game and think it’s a good idea to compare American and Canadian healthcare policies when ESPN’s Sage Steele is holding a microphone in front of your face, think again. Arcade Fire lead singer Win Butler put up 15 points and 14 rebounds to earn […]

Jennifer Lawrence Donates $2 Million To The Kosair Children's Hospital Heart Center In Kentucky!

Whoa baby! You go, Jennifer Lawrence! The 25-year-old Kentucky native dished out a whopping $2 million to the Kosair Children's Hospital Heart Center! In a video posted to the Norton Healthcare YouTube page on Friday, the Joy star talks about her decision to establish the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at the hospital — and [...]

The Dark Side of Healthcare

Most people don't realize what it is like to maintain a private practice in today's health care climate. I applaud and honor any physician who has the courage and audacity to do so. As a private practitioner myself, I know the challenges of growing and maintaining a medical practice. Show More Summary

No Zika Virus Infection in Russia So Far - Helthcare Ministry

Ministry of Healthcare said that no cases of infection with Zika virus have been registered in Russia.

Insights in Resilience: Climate Change and Human Health

The healthcare sector is often the first to witness the impacts of poor air quality, extreme weather, and other climate hazards on the health of the community. From heat waves to floods and exposure to rapidly spreading vector borne illnesses, the nexus of climate change and human health gets stronger every day. read more

Are Some Industries Immune To Culture Change?

Is it possible this whole notion of true corporate culture change is just flippant ideology? Is it really that simple? In our line of work, we consult with leaders from around the globe, in industries as diverse as healthcare and construction, and government and retail. Our job is to lead them [...]

Study Nails Why Poor Women Need Planned Parenthood

Post by April Daniels Hussar. In shocking news, a new study reveals that when Planned Parenthood funding is cut, lower income women don't just magically and easily find healthcare elsewhere. Stunning, I know! Instead, the study reveals,...Show More Summary

Pfizer, Galvanize Partner to Launch Health & Wellness Innovation Program

Galvanize and Pfizer Consumer Healthcare (PCH) has announced a joint health and wellness innovation program that will enable up to ten startup companies specializing in the development of potential solutions for improved sleep, stress management, energy, aging and nutrition to access Galvanize’s network of technical talent and investors. Show More Summary

Clinton slams Sanders ‘promises’ in debate: ‘People will be worse off’ with single-payer healthcare

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Two days after her humiliating New Hampshire defeat, White House hopeful Hillary Clinton sought to regain the upper hand against her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders in their debate, denouncing his proposals as unrealistic and costly. Clinton, who is keen to strike a new path as the presidential...

Russia to Present Ebola Vaccine at UN Office in Geneva on Feb. 15

Russian Ministry of Healthcare said that an Ebola vaccine developed by Russia will be officially unveiled at the UN Office in Geneva on February 15.

“Practicing Lean” Excerpt – Lessons from Japan

I’ve recently updated the eBook Practicing Lean to include a new ninth chapter, submitted by Samuel Selay. Other new chapters are by David Haigh, from Canada, and Joe Swartz (my Healthcare Kaizen co-author). I love the diversity of perspectives in the book, as it’s continuing to grow and take shape. Upcoming chapters will include thoughts from a Scottish physician, along […]

Infographic: The Sick State of Healthcare Data Breaches

1 in 3 Americans were victims of healthcare data breaches, attributed to a series of large-scale attacks that each affected more than 10 million individuals, according to Bitglass’ 2016 Healthcare Breach Report. Among the most significant findings of the report was that in 2015, 98 percent of record leaks were due to large-scale breaches targeting... Read More

Breaking into the Health IT Industry: The 2016 Unofficial Guide

Image credit: Bitglass   Editor’s Note: Cherie Lester is a Senior Healthcare IT Recruiter with Holland Square Group , a provider of technology and healthcare IT consulting, strategic staffing, outsourcing and professional search solutions. Show More Summary

Clinton and Sanders battle in lively debate over Wall Street ties, healthcare — and more

By John Whitesides MILWAUKEE (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled over healthcare and Wall Street in a debate on Thursday, with Clinton accusing Sanders of misleading Americans on his healthcare plan and making promises “that cannot be kept.” In a sixth presidential debate that featured several sharp exchanges but a [...]Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Finally Addressed Sanders's ‘Every Other Country Does It’ Defense of Single-Payer

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have had this argument before. At least five times before to be precise. Whenever healthcare comes up in a Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton will tout the Affordable Care Act's successes and then promise to incrementally expand its reach until all Americans enjoy insurance coverage. The... More »

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