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Kaleida sues Buffalo schools over nursing contract

That’s what Kaleida Health is asking a judge to decide, after filing a lawsuit against Buffalo Public Schools for disqualifying ... abruptly resigned in protest over the school district’s handling of ... read more

Crowell & Moring Launches Elite New York Health Care Practice

"These are the go-to lawyers ... including provider associations, on statutory, regulatory, and other legal issues, particularly impacting long-term care providers in New York state. He also negotiate... read more

Facing a doctor shortage, New York City looks to Grenada

New York City’s public ... schools to go into primary care, the area where new doctors are most needed. St. George’s said 76 percent of its graduates work in primary care, compared to 33 percent from ... read more

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Write-in candidate joins fight for District 46

Trujillo may now be out of the picture as far as the campaign goes, but one ... who moved around northern New Mexico to places like La Mesilla, Chimayó and Española, finally settling in Nambé. She att... read more

How Crain's keynote is addressing population health from Chicago's South Side to NYC

The U.S. Department of Justice Wednesday gave the go-ahead to CVS ... Jonathan LaMantia The New York eHealth Collaborative has received a $26.9 million contract from the state Health Department to hel... read more

America is on the verge of a nursing crisis

Health-care providers would need to figure out new ... would go into expanding the nursing pipeline. Another option is expanding Title VIII funding under the Public Health Service Act, which offers fe... read more

Transgender people pass on health care to avoid social stigma

But for many transgender people, the conversation never takes place because they aren't seeking health care, according to Adrian Juarez, PhD, a public health nurse and assistant professor in the Unive... read more

Medicare Advantage plans are very popular. But read the fine print carefully.

When Elisa Perez, a retired school principal, was ready to sign up ... Networks change from year to year as do drug lists. and contracts MA plans have with rehab centers and skilled nursing facilities ... read more

Faculty Highlights: Grants and Awards From Spring and Summer 2018

This new grant will go toward Drexel’s Healing ... strategy as the largest NGO provider of clean water in the developing world. Amy Carroll-Scott, PhD, an assistant professor in the Dornsife School of ... read more

UB's Center on Rehabilitation Synergy Emerges as a Social and Economic Powerhouse

BUFFALO ... after high school. The New York State Supported Employment Training Initiative (SETI) was established in 2007 and funded by VESID to provide training, technical assistance and staff develo... read more

California’s senior population is growing faster than any other age group. How the next governor responds is crucial

The Department of Aging contracts ... nursing home was more than $116,000. “You are depleting generational wealth, ensuring it is not passed down,” said Kristina Bas Hamilton, legislative director of ... read more

AAFP Names Top Physician, Education and Humanitarian Advocates

NEW ORLEANS ... might otherwise go without care. Since founding the clinic in 2004, Cooke has worked to expand outpatient services to include direct access to maternal child health, advanced diabetes ... read more

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