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Winson Tang - The Inner Workings of Clinical Drug Trials

As the Vice President of Clinical Research at Sangamo Bioscience in Richmond, California, Winson Tang has a deep understanding of clinical trials, why they are important, what their purpose is, and how they work. 497 more words


POLICY [MICH.] Sen. Colbeck -- "The Fight for Lower Cost, Higher Quality Health Care Options Continues."

By Sen. Patrick Colbeck | 7th Senate District

AUGUST 2016 – One of my favorite songs is “Pick Yourself Up” as sung by the late great Ella Fitzgerald.  632 more words



1. My faith has found a resting place,
Not in device nor creed;
I trust the Ever-living One,
His wounds for me shall plead.

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Hospitals more likely to admit children with private insurance


New research shows hospitals are more likely to admit children with private insurance over those with publicly funded plans, particularly during times when there are limited inpatient beds, an indication that reimbursement rates play a role in how hospitals manage pediatric patients in the emergency room. 89 more words

A Day of Patient Comments

She looked me up and down disapprovingly. “Doc, that scarf. You need more color. Too much black and brown today.”

Several hours later, a different patient… Same scarf. 187 more words


NY TIMES: "... Concierge Care may be the best way to keep the hospital’s charitable mission flying."

Hospital Care for Those Who Can Afford It Helps Care for Those Who Can’t

Dana Goldman holds the Leonard D. Schaeffer chair and is the director of the University of Southern California Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics. 577 more words