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Could Pharmacists Help Fix Health Care?

He can do more than just fill the bottles ... which work with physician groups and are staffed by nurse practitioners. These retail clinics operate within in the crucial gap between a primary care pro... read more

DeVry Education Group (DV) Q3 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Ross Med, Ross Vet and AUC School of Medicine are all well-positioned to deliver consistent organic growth in the future, and we remain optimistic that we will continue to inform the national dialog o... read more

Doctor Shortage Could Cause Health Care Crash

The United States will require at least 52,000 more family doctors in the year 2025 to keep up with the growing and increasingly older U.S. population, a new study ... to fill the gap. "It would take ... read more

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Call the midwife: Ruth Wilf has been helping babies and mothers for over 50 years

One study showed that half of U.S. counties have no obstetrician. Just as nurse practitioners help meet America's primary care needs, midwives may fill gaps in maternity care ... "I really don't like ... read more


Nurse practitioners could help meet need for elderly home care

(HealthDay)—Nurse practitioners could meet the growing need for house calls to frail ... The total number of home visits made by all types of health care providers increased from 4.9 million in 2012 t... read more

The Murky Future for US Health Care

DB: And, in terms of actual health care? DM: The health care systems… the health care delivery systems are pretty comparable ... Commonwealth has done a study a few times of eleven nations and we alwa... read more

Connecticut Moves Away from Medicaid Managed Care

A primary goal is to bring people into this ... I think that people may forget that the health-delivery system that we have today continues to evolve. It's based on a system of care that is outdated. ... read more

Healthcare reform: making each dollar go further

Our increasingly ... significant gaps in our healthcare system which urgently need to be addressed. We know that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and those living in remote communities do ... read more

Add to Illinois notebook

BASKETBALL: Chatham Glenwood sophomore guard Peyton Allen, who has received interest from Illinois, has a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State. Allen attended Oklahoma State midnight madness. Allen a... read more

Electronic and Internet health tools may decrease in-person physician visits

"The results of our study are important because they provide a forward ... When supported by health IT, delegation of care to nurse practitioners and physician assistants could reduce the future U.S. ... read more

High school biology teachers reluctant to endorse evolution in class

The majority of public high school biology teachers are not strong classroom advocates of evolutionary biology, despite 40 years of court cases that have ruled teaching creationism or intelligent desi... read more

Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

On warm, humid nights in late spring and early summer, the iconic tree frogs of the Pine Barrens gather at ponds for their annual mating ritual. Join The New Jersey Conservation Foundation at the Fran... read more



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