Looking for a new job? 5 benefits to watch out for

Put them on your wishlist. Nowadays, workers are quitting their jobs in droves and looking for better deals. If you’re not happy with your current job, you might be interested in getting a new one that pays better and comes with a schedule that works better for you. But remember …

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ECU medical and physiotherapy students offer free services to the homeless | Local news

Students from Brody School of Medicine and the College of Allied Health Sciences at East Carolina University recently spent an evening offering free foot exams and physiotherapy services to homeless residents of Greenville. The effort was part of the annual In Your Shoes Foot Clinic hosted and facilitated by students …

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Americans should soon be able to get free home Covid tests

JaruekChairak | iStock | Getty Images Who can get the free tests? The White House says the 150 million Americans with private health insurance will be eligible for full reimbursement after purchasing a home Covid test. This includes people insured by their employer, as well as those who have purchased …

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Graduate student in healthcare administration inducted into Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame

Brian Ohler ’20, ’22 MHA has demonstrated his commitment to service through his distinguished military career and his dedication to giving back to the community. He was recently recognized for his dedication as one of the most recent inductees into the Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame. December 17, 2021 By …

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Ambulance calls for heart attacks are increasing wh

Ambulance calls for heart attacks are more frequent on days when air pollution levels are high, according to new research presented at Euroanaesthesia, the annual meeting of the European Society of Anesthesiology and Critical Care (ESAIC ), held online this year (Dec. 17-19). Warmer weather, however, is associated with fewer …

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For future army nurse, working in healthcare during pandemic changed everything – The NAU Review

When COVID-19 started sweeping the world in early 2020, part of Laurel Malm’s life changed the same way everyone else changed: almost overnight she was taking online classes, wearing a mask at the grocery store, and worried about the future. But the curve ball affected another part of his life …

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Medicare needs more than digitization – it needs unification

As a new generation ages in Medicare, more participants than ever are enrolling. The agency is at a pivotal moment and must find a way to innovate systems that incorporate new regulations from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that improve the interoperability of data platforms, while meeting …

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New remote monitoring billing codes extend reimbursement at the start of the new year

Christina debusk December 14, 2021 New remote patient monitoring codes are temporary and time will tell if they become permanent coding options The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused an increase in telehealth visits, with the last week of March 2020 seeing a 154% increase in computerized health care appointments compared …

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Iroquois Point added to army’s list of affected areas, civilians left unanswered or assisted

EWA BEACH, Hawaii (KHON2) – Several residents of Kapilina Beach Homes, located in Iroquois Point, have complained of negative reactions after using the water two weeks ago. Two members of the same household had to go to hospital after experiencing rashes and other reactions after showering. Get the latest Hawaii …

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Employer health insurance costs rise in 2021 as elective proceedings resume

(Reuters) – Health insurance costs for employers rose the most in more than a decade this year as Americans resumed non-emergency procedures delayed earlier due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a survey released Monday. Benefits firm Mercer’s survey of businesses that employ approximately 118 million people showed that the …

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