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State Highlights: Georgia Governor Seeks Changes To Medicaid Program; Ohio Hospital Draws Allegations Of Negligence After Patient Deaths

Media outlets report on news from Georgia, Ohio, Arizona, Tennessee, Florida, Kansas, Texas, California, New Hampshire, Minnesota and Massachusetts.

State Highlights: California’s Aging Population Is A Challenge For Next Governor; Two Out Of Three North Carolinians Who Died Because Of Florence Were 60 Or Older

Media outlets report on news from California, North Carolina, Colorado, Michigan, Oregon, Kentucky, Florida, Maryland, Arizona, New Hampshire, Texas and Minnesota.

State Highlights: Flames From California Wildfire Are Banked, But Not The Trauma For Survivors; ‘Supported Housing’ Deaths In New York Questioned By Judge

Media outlets report on news from California, New York, Michigan, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maryland, Kansas, Georgia, Wisconsin, Florida and Minnesota.

State Highlights: Despite Connecticut’s Wealth Many Residents Struggle With Health Care Access; Higher Deductibles Overshadowed By Maryland’s Premium Rate Success

Media outlets report on news from Connecticut, Maryland, Illinois, California, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Louisiana and Texas.

State Highlights: Texas Community Still Grappling With Fallout After School Shooting; New York’s Highest Court Knocks Down ‘Soft Cap’ On Insurers’ Executive Pay

Media outlets report on news from Texas, New York, New Hampshire, Georgia, California, Ohio, Maryland, Oregon, D.C., Kansas and Illinois.

Bradford and GE Healthcare collaborate to build new AI-powered hospital Command Center in Europe

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is collaborating with GE Healthcare to build a Command Center - like an air traffic control - at the Bradford Royal Infirmary, UK. A first of its kind in Europe, the Command Center will transform how care is delivered and organized as the number of patients at the hospital continues to increase.

Baptist Health International Inaugurates PET and CT Imaging Center in Grand Cayman

New center will benefit patients throughout the Caribbean Baptist Health International announces the opening of its first PET and CT Imaging Center in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. Equipped with state-of-the-art positron emission tomography (PET) and computerized tomography (CT) technology, the center will transform the Cayman Islands into a medical de...

New, rapid and robust method for single cell profiling

(University of Southern Denmark) Hope for better understanding of the inner works of cancer and other serious diseases.

NIH to fund HIV care and prevention research in vulnerable southern U.S. communities

New program leverages partnerships to discover sustainable, scalable interventions.

Temporal and spatial distribution of under-five mortality and factors associated with multiple cases of under-five deaths within a family in the rural area of Khuzestan, Southern Iran

VCU Health Taps Carestream for 18 Digital X-ray Systems

Radiology staff at VCU Medical Center, the comprehensive care center of VCU Health located in downtown Richmond, Va., perform approximately 160,000 imaging procedures a year with six CARESTREAM DRX-Evolution Systems (see video link), nine CARESTREAM DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray Systems, and three room-based imaging

Fishkind, Bakewell, Maltzman, Hunter and Associates Eye Care & Surgery Center Joins the AcuFocus IC-8® Lens Clinical Study for Patients with Cataracts

Brock K. Bakewell, M.D., and Brian Hunter, M.D., Co-Directors at Fishkind, Bakewell, Maltzman, Hunter and Associates Eye Care & Surgery Center in Tucson, Ariz., are participating in the AcuFocus clinical study for the IC-8 intraocular lens (IOL) designed for patients with cataracts. “I have always been fascinated with researching promising advancem...

Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. and Jeff Shuren, M.D., Director of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, on FDA’s updates to Medical Device Safety Action Plan to enhance post-market safety

FDA provides updates on medical device safety action plan describing recent actions we’ve taken to enhance device safety including implementation of NEST and registries on women’s health.

Giant Food Stores appoints new VP, center store

Barrow receives largest grant in history to seek cure for deadly brain cancer

(St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center) Barrow Neurological Institute has initiated a $50 million effort, supported by the single largest research grant in the history of brain tumor research, to seek a cure for the deadliest form of brain cancer. Funding from The Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation will be used to dramatically accelerate drug discovery and clinical testing for glioblastoma in the...

Scientists solve longtime mystery in innate immunity

(UT Southwestern Medical Center) Scientists have long wondered how one protein, NLRP3, can promote inflammation in response to a wide range of seemingly unrelated stimuli.

Training, Drills Pivotal in Mounting Response to Orlando Shooting

Officials from Orlando Regional Medical Center note their incident command system worked as intended, facilitating a quick mobilization effort.

Siemens Healthineers Announces First U.S. Install of SOMATOM go.Top CT Scanner

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center acquires latest addition to SOMATOM go. CT platform, which addresses advanced clinical fields and applications

Wyss Center neurologist awarded prestigious Pfizer Research Prize

(Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering) Maxime Baud, MD, PhD, Staff neurologist at the Wyss Center and epileptologist at the University of Bern and Geneva University Hospitals (HUG), was awarded the Pfizer Research Prize for his work in the field of neuroscience and nervous system disorders.

State Highlights: Hospital Regulation, Insurance Legislation Move To Front-Burner For Georgia Legislature; Insurer Will No Longer Deny Mass. Residents Plans Because Of PrEP

Media outlets report on news from Georgia, Massachusetts, Missouri, Delaware, California, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Texas, Pennsylvania and Florida.

State Highlights: California-Run Veterans Homes ‘Shortchanged, Exploited,’ Audit Finds; N.Y. Lawmakers Pass Gun Control Measures, Including Red Flag Bill

Media outlets report on news from California, New York, Maryland, Minnesota, Michigan, Wyoming, Texas, New Hampshire, Missouri, Massachusetts, Florida and Washington, D.C.

State Highlights: California Governor Sees Health Care As Route To Resistance To Trump; Consolidation Of N.H. Hospitals Sparks Concerns About Oversight

Media outlets report on news from California, New Hampshire, Georgia, Arizona, Maryland, Wisconsin, Kansas, Connecticut, Tennessee, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio and Missouri.

State Highlights: Massachusetts Is Flush With Mental Health Providers, But Many People Still Struggle To Find Help; Public Comment Period For Va. Work Requirements To Conclude Saturday

Media outlets report on news from Massachusetts, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Ohio, New Hampshire, Texas, California and Michigan.

State Highlights: First ‘Compassionate Parole’ Hearing Goes In Front Of South Dakota Pardons Board; UCSF To Pay $150K To Settle Suit Involving Tobacco Researcher

Media outlets report on news from South Dakota, California, Iowa, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Kansas, New Hampshire and Minnesota.

Common allergen, ragweed, will shift northward under climate change

(University of Washington) The first study of common ragweed's future US distribution finds the number one allergen will expand its range north, reaching places including upstate New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, while retreating from some current hot spots.

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