Article content The minister of health received her mandate letter from the premier this week, instructing her to “reform the management and structure of Alberta Health Services (AHS) to better decentralize decision-making.” This directive is wrong-headed and represents an ongoing distraction to the changes actually needed in our health-care system. To be fair, the government
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, aiming to shed light on the unique health care challenges faced by racial and ethnic minority groups in the United States. News 8 spokes with a local expert to lay out the healthcare challenges that minorities are facing in Indiana. Experts emphasize the importance
It’s funny how there are many recipes that my family enjoys weekly but I have never written recipes for them. These protein sparing chai ice pops are one of them. My son Kai begs for these ice pops all the time! They are so easy to make, we always have them in the freezer. I
Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc. (NASDAQ:SBRA – Free Report) has been assigned a consensus rating of “Reduce” from the seven ratings firms that are presently covering the firm, reports MarketBeat. Two research analysts have rated the stock with a sell recommendation, four have issued a hold recommendation and one has issued a buy recommendation on
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden touted his economic agenda in a speech in South Carolina on Thursday afternoon, praising his administration’s investments in the country through what he has termed “Bidenomics,” and emphasizing the importance of infrastructure. “How can you have the best economy in the world and not have the best infrastructure in the
(Article 5 of 5) People with physical disabilities hold limited positions as scholars, teachers, or leaders in physical education, recreation, and sports. Perhaps the reason is that the field is flooded with able-bodied people who think they know best. But do they? Michael Oliver, imminent writer, and scholar argued that people with physical disabilities should
SCHENECTADY- MVP Health Care is proud to announce the launch of its DualAccess Complete Plan, a customer-centric Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan (D-SNP) that is specifically tailored to improve the health care experience of dual-eligible Medicare and Medicaid customers (IB-Dual) in New York. Most of the US Medicare and Medicaid population suffers from three or more
A recruitment mission to bring Filipino nurses and health care aids to Manitoba is being touted as an ‘overwhelming success’ by the provincial government, though some say it’s too early to celebrate. The province says it’s received more than 300 letters from health care workers in the Philippines, accepting job offers in Manitoba’s health-care system.
(Article 4 of 5) People with physical disabilities hold limited positions as scholars, teachers, or leaders in physical education, recreation, and sports. Perhaps the reason is that the field is flooded with able-bodied people who think they know best. But do they? Michael Oliver, imminent writer, and scholar argued that people with physical disabilities should
Good morning and welcome to the Weekly New York Health Care newsletter, where we keep you posted on what’s coming up this week in health care news, and offer a look back at the important news from last week. City and state officials marked the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v.