CareSource Announces Intention to Bid to Serve Iowa’s Medicaid Population

Mission-driven nonprofit would bring innovation, expertise in complex populations and peak operations to Iowa Erhardt Preitauer President and CEO, CareSource President and CEO, CareSource Des Moines, IA, September 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – CareSource, a nationally recognized nonprofit managed care organization, announces its intention to submit a proposal to serve …

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Patented Medicines Market Overview, Applications and Product Specifications with Forecast to 2027 – Bulk Solids Handling

The Patented medicine market The report presents the sales and revenue of Patented Medicines by company, regions, type and application, and forecast to 2027. This report also studies the market situation, competition landscape, market share, rate of growth, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels, distributors and Porter’s …

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Following Government’s ‘Best Ever Summer’ Promise, COVID Floods Alberta Hospitals, Premier

Alberta Prime Minister Jason Kenney meets with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (not pictured), in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 7, 2021. REUTERS / Mike Sturk / File Photo CALGARY, Alta., September 28 (Reuters) – Premier Jason Kenney promised Albertans the “best summer ever” when he lifted most public health restrictions …

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soldiers support OAW efforts at LRMC | Item

U.S. Army Maj. Regina Velasco, an obstetrics nurse assigned to the Bassett Army Community Hospital, Fort Wainwright, Alaska, originally from O’ahu, Hawaii, offers treats to children currently in the hospital at the Rhine Artillery Barracks, Kaiserslautern, Germany, Sept. 7, 2018. 22. Velasco is one of more than 50 Army medics …

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St. Vincent Healthcare Transfers Ownership of Worden Clinic to RiverStone Health | Local News

St. Vincent Healthcare recently donated the Worden Clinic to RiverStone Health, which has managed the rural clinic since 2007. Worden’s Main Street Clinic was built in 1962. St. Vincent Healthcare took over operations in 1987. “Michael Skehan, Interim President of St. Vincent Healthcare, demonstrated excellent leadership and facilitated this transfer,” …

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Medicare Monday is virtual again

By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ Prescription drug benefit changes, increases in deductibles, co-payments and coinsurance, changes to Medicare Advantage members and new benefits will again be the subject of the annual Colorado Gerontological Society Medicare Virtual Events. Monday. Open enrollment for Medicare Prescription Drugs and Medicare Advantage runs from October …

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Waitlist at Ruby as COVID cases continue to impact

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – A report from officials at WVU Medicine says 40% of all coronavirus patients in the state are in a WVU Medicine facility. In Morgantown, Ruby Memorial Hospital reports 119 coronavirus patients with no beds available. Staff at Ruby Memorial Hospital established a waiting list on Friday afternoon. …

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Home care market to reach $ 274.7 billion by 2025

This report aims to provide detailed information on the global home healthcare market. It provides valuable information on the type, procedure, application and region of the market. Additionally, information for these segments, by region, is also presented in this report. The major market players are profiled to study their product …

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Setting global diabetes goals could save lives

Setting global goals for diabetes treatment in low-income countries, similar to the goals set for HIV / AIDS, would save lives and lower health care costs, the researchers said. An analysis of data on more than 23,000 diabetic patients from 67 different countries found that if 80% had their diabetes …

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3 ways drones impact healthcare

Transport of blood samples, Germany Wingcopter drones recently carried blood samples over a distance of 26 kilometers in the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The flight time of the drones was 18 minutes on average, almost twice as fast as ground transport. The use of Wingcopter drones could dramatically speed …

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Medicaid waiting list, shortage of nurses among Florida budget requests – State of Reform

The Florida House Healthcare Appropriations Subcommittee kicked off its first interim meeting on Tuesday before the 2022 legislative session, reviewing budget requests from the Agency for the Disabled (APD), Department of Seniors Affairs (DOEA) and the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs (FDVA). Get the latest information on state-specific policies for …

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WHO chief calls for urgent assistance in Lebanon

The head of the World Health Organization said Lebanon urgently needs assistance to help it cope with several crises. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus spoke to reporters in Beirut on Friday after two days of meetings with Lebanese officials and medical workers. Ghebreyesus also visited a number of health care …

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Sudanese leaders say they foiled coup attempt

NAIROBI, Kenya – Sudanese authorities said they foiled a coup attempt on Tuesday, the latest sign of instability in an African country struggling with lingering economic difficulties under a fragile transitional government. Soldiers attempted to take control of a state media building in the town of Omdurman, across the Nile …

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AIkido Pharma Secures Interest in Growing Telehealth Business

NEW YORK, September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – AIkido Pharma Inc. (Nasdaq: AIKI) (“AIkido” or the “Company”) today announced that the Company has secured an initial equity stake in the tele-health company Kerna Health (https : //kernahealth.com). Kerna Health is a growing momentum, next-generation digital health monitoring and virtual …

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Baton Rouge Lab Owner and Florida Woman Charged with Plan to Pay and Receive Health Care Bribes in National Enforcement Action | USAO-MDLA

The Medicare Fraud Strike Force (“MFSF”) is part of a joint initiative between the United States Department of Justice, the United States Department of Health and Human Services and state Medicaid fraud control units to reduce and prevent Medicare and Medicaid fraud through enhanced interagency cooperation. Its aim is to …

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Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Extends Open Registration Period, Launches Initiatives to Expand Access to Health Coverage Nationwide

Baltimore, Maryland, September 18 – The US Department of Health and Social service centers for Medicare and Medicaid services issued the following press release on September 17, 2021: The Biden-Harris administration, through the Medicare and Medicaid Service Centers (CMS), is taking a number of steps that will make it easier …

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JBER leaders declare public health emergency, urge staff to avoid areas without masks or distancing

Military chiefs at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson declared a public health emergency on Friday and urged staff to avoid areas off the base that do not require masks or social distancing, given the growing number High COVID-19 cases and strained hospital capacity in south-central Alaska. “This statement reflects the continuing reality …

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Afghans face delays in the United States

WASHINGTON – Weeks after their dramatic escape from Kabul, tens of thousands of Afghans hoping to be resettled in the United States remain on military bases across the country and abroad as medical and security checks slow the process. A small but worrisome measles outbreak has contributed to the delays, …

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