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(FAMILY PLANNING) CA program hosts Webinar May 12
Family PACT, a clinical program providing comprehensive family planning services to low-income men and women in CA, hosts a webinar May 12 from noon to 1:00 p.m. PT for clinicians on training new Family PACT staff. The session will provide an overview of information that staff members need to know ...
posted 5/4/10 2:25 PM read complete story
(FREE REPORT) Consultancy Offers Financial Tips for Providers
Healthcare reform, an ailing economy, tight credit, increased overhead, low reimbursement rates and rising levels of charitable care are just a few factors making this a challenging time for healthcare providers. In a new report, "Health Care Financing in Challenging Times," Grant Thornton LLP offe...
posted 4/30/10 12:15 PM read complete story
(MENTAL HEALTH) Center Sets Symposium for Sept. 21
The National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health holds its symposium, "Practical Strategies to Address the Behavioral Health Needs of Children and Families in Rural America" Sept. 21-23 in Glendale, AZ. The symposium focuses on creating and sustaining services that reduce the i...
posted 4/23/10 2:44 PM read complete story
(FUNDING TRENDS) Foundations Cut 2009 Spending by 8.4 percent
The recent economic crisis caused the nation's more than 75,000 grantmaking foundations to cut their 2009 giving by an estimated 8.4%, according to the Foundation Center's report "Foundation Growth and Giving Estimates" for 2010. Some key findings: Independent and family foundations, which repr...
posted 4/20/10 09:30 AM read complete story
(HEALTH TRENDS) Lack of Insurance Hampers Care, Studies Say
The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality's new annual quality and disparities reports show that a lack of health insurance slows improvement in healthcare quality and reduction of disparities. Not having insurance is the single strongest predictor of poor-quality care, exceeding the eff...
posted 4/16/10 2:49 PM read complete story
(MIGRANT HEALTH) Assn. Holds Conference May 5-7
The Nat'l. Assn. of Community Health Centers presents its 2010 National Farmworker Health Conference in San Diego, CA May 5-7. President Obama has directed the Department of Health & Human Services to implement a three-year medical home initiative in 500 community health centers to evaluate the...
posted 4/15/10 2:35 PM read complete story
SAMHSA Offers New Behavioral Health Tool Kit Series
The Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Admin. and its Center for Mental Health Services are offering five Knowledge Informing Transformation programs, or KITs, to help move the latest information available on effective behavioral health practices into community-based service delivery. The ...
posted 4/14/10 3:41 PM read complete story
(RURAL HEALTH) Assn. Holds Conference Starting May 18
The Nat'l Rural Health Assn. bills its Rural Health Conference, May 18-21 in Savannah, GA as the nation's largest conference for rural health practitioners, hospital administrators, clinic directors, lay health workers, social workers, state and federal health employees and academics. Program discu...
posted 4/13/10 3:27 PM read complete story
(ECONOMY) Recession Hurting Medication Safety, Says Study
A recent survey from the Institute for Safe Medication Practices shows the current U.S. recession may be compromising medication safety. According to surveyed healthcare professionals -- predominantly hospital nurses and pharmacists -- the economic downturn is forcing them to take steps that put pa...
posted 4/9/10 3:48 PM read complete story
(WEBINAR) Assn. Presents Program on Premature Birth
The National Institute for Health Care Management Research & Educational Foundation presents a webinar April 13 from 1:00 to 2:24 p.m. EST on preventing birth prematurity. Over the past two decades, the rate of preterm births has increased by 36%, now accounting for 12.5% of all live births. Pr...
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