Morris Hospital and Healthcare Centers holding classes, events
The Morris Hospital Diabetes Education Center is hosting a free program on Holiday Eating presented by Registered Dietitians Liz Baker and Kara Corsiglia from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday in Whitman Assembly Room 1 at Morris Hospital, 150 W. High St. in Morris.
Thousands rally in Puerto Rico for better Healthcare
Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans, including hospital workers wearing scrubs, rallied in San Juan on Thursday to press Washington to improve healthcare benefits for the indebted U.S. territory which is in the middle of a fiscal crisis.
OECD warns on quality of UK Healthcare
High quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this article with others using the link below, do not cut & paste the article. Britons are less likely to survive a heart attack, stroke and leading cancers than people in many other developed nations, according to an assessment of international health systems.
Next steps for federal Health care policy
Yesterday evening I gave the 15th annual Marshall J. Seidman Lecture in Health Policy at Harvard University. I offered my recommendations on the next steps for federal health care policy, addressing both insurance coverage and health care spending.
How Arbitration Affects Health Care
The next time you’re filling out paperwork in the waiting room of a doctors’ office or nursing home, you might want to look for a phrase buried amid all the legalese and checkboxes. It’ll be something like, “Claims are decided by a neutral arbitrator.”
Healthcare Open Enrollment has Begun
If you're in need of health insurance, now is the time to get it. Healthcare.gov is back open for business as enrollment for 2016 began Sunday. A local healthcare navigator says it’s easier than ever to use.
New enrollment season for Healthcare market starts
Sunday marked the start of a new enrollment season for the healthcare marketplace so people can find coverage if they don't have it. Local senators said even people with insurance should also review their policies.
Five Lessons U.S. Healthcare Can Learn From Baseball
With the World Series now here, I can see important parallels between U.S. healthcare and this revered American pastime. Both touch the lives of many of us. Each depends on teamwork to achieve the best outcomes. And though both medicine and baseball have changed over time, each is also somehow timeless, retaining the essence of its origins.