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Initiative for Pediatric Palliative Care A non-profit partnership working to enhance care for children with life-threatening conditions through education and research, including a seven-hospital pilot project and training of caregivers around the country....
Sun StaffThe list seemed too long for one person to read, so the small group took turns. They stood round a table in a hushed conference room that December night a year ago. The grieving parents were far from the hospital, but as the wind and rain blew outside,...
Sun StaffFederal investigators have subpoenaed extensive records of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield in a probe of the conduct of Maryland's largest health insurer and its officers in attempting to convert the company to a for-profit operation and sell itself to a...
Tags: Maryland, Lawyers, Government, Judges, Judaism
Mark DiGanci, Aberdeen: Which CEO (here or elsewhere) is considered to be the poster child of compensatory excess? Kohn: Lots of people look at "excess" in different ways. It's really not just a matter of the number of zeroes in an amount. As we...
Tags: Walt Disney, Medical Research, Maryland, CEO Pay, Hunt Valley
Sun StaffThe summer storm had been brewing for hours. From his hospital bed, R.J. Voigt looked out the tall window and watched the lightning streak across the gray sky. "One Mississippi, two Mississippi," the 12-year-old counted, waiting for the thunder he knew...
Tags: Animals, Chemotherapy, Tumors, Fingers, Cartoons
Sun StaffNo one knew why the boy started shimmying, going for the corners of his hospital bed. R.J. Voigt was suddenly restless, agitated. The 12-year-old kept calling out for his mom. But he didn't seem to know what he wanted. She kept asking the doctors, "Is...
Tags: Seizures, Sandwiches, Rome (Italy), Adults, Tumors
Sun StaffAfter fighting alongside Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. for malpractice reform, leaders of the state's doctors and hospitals stepped away from the governor yesterday, urging him not to veto the malpractice bill passed by the General Assembly last week....
Sun StaffA U.S. District Court judge extended a stay yesterday in the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield legal dispute to give the company more time to discuss possible adjustments to a deal designed to preserve its license to provide national coverage to 3.2...
This is the first of a two-part series updating women of all ages on the use of hormones. It is a pleasure to be back putting pencil to paper with good news for women going through "the change." A Global Consensus Statement, hot off the press in the...
The Columbus DispatchHospitals in Ohio and at least 14 other states have forced undocumented immigrant patients who were injured or sick to return to their home countries, according to a recent report. "I think most people have no idea that this is going on," said Lori...
With more than 300,000 health care workers in Cook County alone, employees have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a work environment. Here’s a look a various workplaces for today’s health care professionals. Offices of dentists....
The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Ill.Residents may see red after the Normal City Council meeting Monday. But in a good way. Members of the Redbird Pride Committee will outline plans to replace some of the green and white street signs near the Illinois State University campus with red and...
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