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Healthcare Providers Face New Brand And Spend Challenges As Some Medical Procedures Become Commoditized

In the face of so many changes in healthcare, competition among providers for healthcare dollars continues to mount. It makes sense that providers are targeting some of the most profitable service lines — e.g., Cardiology, Orthopedic and Oncology — in their quest to assure their competitive positions going forward. 395 more words


The A&E Crisis: A Letter From West London Save Our Hospitals Campaign

I received this email from Merril Hammer, the chair of the West London Save Our Hospital campaign. There is an A&E crisis that has been created by the socially dangerous policies of the current Tory-led coalition government, which is hell-bent on destroying the NHS. 337 more words

Government & Politics

What Soccer Cleats Can Teach Us About Healing Healthcare

shley, my adult son who lives in England, sent me a picture of his new sneakers recently.

I hear what you’re saying: A strange thing for a grown son to send his dad! 479 more words

Church Health Center

Why Are Our Schools Still Segregated? by NIKOLE HANNAH-JONES


Education in St. Louis is separate and unequal.

Published: December 20, 2014 at 07:00PM

from NYT Sunday Review http://ift.tt/1r7luvn


Hubble Sweeps a Messy Star Factory

This sprinkle of cosmic glitter is a blue compact dwarf galaxy known as Markarian 209. Galaxies of this type are blue-hued, compact in size, gas-rich, and low in heavy elements. 265 more words


People Still Seem Confused About What Affordable Means

I’ve discussed many times how the term affordable is misused when describing Obamacare–there is a difference between a good healthcare system and one that is simply better than. 624 more words


Really? You Can Shop For Health Insurance?

After the implementation of the Affordable Care Act on 2012, everyone now has a chance to acquire health insurance plans that are reasonably priced. Part of the Affordable Care Act, or the ObamaCare is a… 213 more words