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Australian Ceramics Open Studio 2015

Stephanie Outridge Field and I had the pleasure of welcoming some fantastic, enthusiastic and adventurous people into SOFA studio. Stephanie has had the space for six years now, built under her gorgeous Queenslander. 308 more words

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BeLonging Exhibition, ANU School of Art Foyer Gallery


I was selected as part of the Australian Ceramic Association’s group exhibition ‘BeLonging: Embodied Commentaries Inspired by Place’, held during the Australian Ceramics Triennale, 2015, ‘Stepping Up’ 140 more words

Medicare and Medicaid Turns 50 Today: Big Challenges Await

President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the bill creating Medicare and Medicaid at the library of former President Harry S. Truman, who was in attendance, on July 30, 1965. 849 more words

Australian Ceramics Open Studio 2015 Event

Across Australia, ceramic artists, potters, mud slingers and various community art schools will soon be throwing open their studio doors, filling up their kettles, pulling out their handmade mugs and getting ready to welcome anyone who is interested in mud, clay and ceramics!! 81 more words

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ACOs: Biggest accountable care organizations participating in surveys 2011 to 2015 (Modern Healthcare)

Modern Healthcare has published 5 annual editions of an “Accountable Care Organizations Survey,” which includes a list of the ACOs that participated in each survey along with the number of covered lives and participating physicians.   321 more words

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12 Things You Should Know About Health Information Exchanges

by: Gregory Barnowsky, Chief Architect, Independence Blue Cross

This past year at HIMSS’15, I attended a session on Health Information Exchanges (HIEs).  During that session, the presenter had a slide that stated, “… if you see one Health Information Exchange implementation you have not seen them all.”  This was a play on an old colloquialism, but very true.  1,708 more words

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