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  • February 2005

    Seeing The World, Locally CRI Is Breaking New Ground In HIV Care

    The Community Research Initiative of New England offers unique insights into ongoing developments in the field of HIV and AIDS…..

    A Dignified Alternative To Litigation When Conflict Resolution is Your Priority, Take A Look at Collaborative Law

    Everyone knows that America is the world’s most litigious society. Conflict in family and business is inevitable. Issues such as….

    A Noble Venture Evolves

    Staff at The Women’s Center at Noble Hospital recently welcomed a new group of colleagues to their offices, who visited….

    Baystate Nurse Receives Recognition For Excellence In Pediatric HIV Nursing

    SPRINGFIELD – Maripat Toye, MS, RN, program manager of Baystate Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital Pediatric/Perinatal HIV/AIDS Program, has received the….

    Beyond Saber Rattling Congress Threatens Aggressive Regulation Of Nonprofits, Health Care Providers

    Last summer saw three converging events which have raised storm flags for tax-exempt health care providers: multiple class action lawsuits….

    Cardiology Patients At Baystate To Benefit From New VERICIS Imaging System

    SPRINGFIELD — Baystate Medical Center’s Cardiology Division has purchased and installed the new VERICIS system from Camtronics Medical Systems, Ltd.,….

    CDH’s ‘Mr. Gross Mouth’ Gives Students The Facts On Smoking

    NORTHAMPTON — Sixth graders at Westhampton Elementary School met ‘Mr. Gross Mouth’ recently. They held the murky Jar of Tar,….

    Editorial Training Grants A Boost For Region’s Health Care Sector

    Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Director Doris Ransford says that workforce development is synonymous with economic development.   She’s right. But….

    Fear — Not Dentists Are Brushing Up On New Techniques To Keep Children’s Teeth Healthy

    We all remember that first trip to the dentist: squirming in an oddly shaped chair as shiny instruments came toward….

    FMC Nurse Published In National Journal

    GREENFIELD — Ginger Newell-Stokes, MS, RN, a clinical nurse specialist at Franklin Medical Center, was recently published in the Journal….

    Grant Wishes Local Health Care Providers Will Benefit From $6 Million Statewide Training Grant

    The Western Mass. workforce is about to receive a training boost in the form of a $276,000 grant from the….

    Heart of the Matter Raising Awareness Of Coronary Disease In Women Is A Pressing Issue Nationwide

    Each year on Feb. 4, thousands of women and men don their favorite red shirt, dress, tie, or another ruddy….

    Holyoke Medical Center Introduces Its State-of-the-art ‘16-slice’ CT Scanner

    HOLYOKE — Standing center-stage inside a spacious, freshly-painted new suite at Holyoke Medical Center (HMC)’s Radiology Department is one of….

    Loebel Joins OB/GYN Team At HMC

    HOLYOKE — Whether she’s delivering a baby, performing laparoscopic surgery or educating a woman about birth control options, Dr. Gretchen….

    Mercy Designated As Primary Stroke Service

    SPRINGFIELD — Mercy Medical Center has been awarded designation as a Primary Stroke Service provider by the Massachusetts Department of….

    Opinion Canadian Health Care: Higher Costs, Shorter Lives

    Ted Kennedy, Hillary Clinton and other government, single-payer health care system fans need to read the Fraser Institute’s recently published….

    Patients Sought For Diabetes Study

    SPRINGFIELD – Do you exercise less than two times a week?   Do you have type 2 diabetes and is….

    Smile Like a Star Teeth-whitening Procedures Gain Popularity Through Word-of-Mouth referrals

    The flashbulbs of the paparazzi fire and your favorite actor flashes a dazzling white smile, the same one that will….

    SPHS Awarded $170,000 In Grants

    SPRINGFIELD — Sisters of Providence Health System programs have received $170,000 in grants from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation….

    The Anatomy Of Reimbursement Litigation Changes In Technology, Pressures On Providers And Payors Lead to Rise In Suits

    Attorney Ken Gogel has a pile of papers in the corner of his office about three feet tall; it represents….

    Time To Audit Your HIPAA Compliance Plan This Important Procedure Will Provide Much More Than Some Peace of Mind

    Last month we reviewed the importance of performing a risk assessment as the first step toward achieving compliance with the….

    UMass Professors Study Issues Of Aging

    AMHERST – Four professors at UMass, Amherst, who have formed an aging interest group, will soon begin conducting new research….

    Well-Versed Berkshire Doctor And Poet Brings Unique Perspective To Both Disciplines

    After 30 years of practicing medicine, Richard Berlin has started a new chapter in his life.   Berlin, a Berkshire-based….

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