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The right aid in Ebola crisis
Mental health interventions were developed with the local schools and universities and religious leadership in the lead and supported by international responders, rather than the other way around.
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Herbert, Rowland & Grubic and others announce new hires, appointments and ...
Blake Lynch, corporate and government sales manager at the Hilton Harrisburg was appointed to the board of directors of the Capital Region Partnership for Career Development.
Ebola czar is right person for the job
Ron Klain, whom I have known for over 20 years, is the right choice at the right time to bring order, management, discipline, media and political communications skills to helping the American people understand what is happening and not happening and ...
Ron Klain as Ebola Czar  Newnan Times-Herald
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DaVita's $389 million settlement not an issue in sale of Colorado Springs ...
As part of the settlement, DaVita will end the 11 joint ventures with kidney doctors involving 26 dialysis clinics. DaVita also must appoint an independent monitor to review the legality of future agreements with kidney doctors and other health care ...
Colorado Springs Health Partners to sell to DaVita  Healthcare Dive
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Mercy Health changes leaders
Connelly's statement also said that John Starcher, now president and CEO of Health Management Associates before its sale to Community Health Systems, will become Mercy's executive vice president, operations, on Jan. 5. Starcher will be responsible for ...
EXCLUSIVE: Mercy Health revamps leadership team  Cincinnati Business Courier
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Maryland health officials, hospitals set Ebola strategy
Caring for an Ebola patient requires many specially trained medical staff, complex waste management procedures, a significant quantity of personal protective equipment, and other resources; by consolidating care, Maryland's health care providers are ...
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The Long Battle Over Pesticides, Birth Defects and Mental Impairment
Although in-home use of chlorpyrifos was restricted in the U. S in 2000, it is widely used in agriculture, and is a serious risk to health and intellect for people working and living in proximity to fields. Detectable levels of chlorpyrifos detected ...
Old Masters at the Top of Their Game
John D. Rockefeller in his 80s was known to his business associates as a crazy old man possessed by the stubborn and ferocious will to know why the world wags and what wags it, less interested in money than in the solving of a problem in geography or ...
City of Pleasanton recognizes business anniversaries
Other businesses recognized for 15 years of service were: Martin, Wardin & Eissner Financial; Magapath Networks Incorporated; Mesa Energy Systems Incorporated; Optimal Health Spectrums; Pasta's Trattoria; Pitney Bowes Incorporated; Pleasanton Family ...
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BMC gets $3M grant to expand services in Northern Berkshires
The expansion of these services, slated to begin in 2015, is designed to align with health care needs of North County identified in a recent state-commissioned report by Maine-based Stroudwater Associates. "Ultimately what we're trying to do is develop ...
BMC Awarded $3M for Health Care Center in North Adams
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