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Nurses Say Investigation of Providence, St. Joseph Merger Inadequate

Nurses Say Investigation of Providence, St. Joseph Merger Inadequate

The nation's largest nurses organization has criticized the decision of Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to approve the proposed merger of two large Catholic hospital systems, which nurses say does not offer safeguards for Oregon patients. —National Nurses United, 04/29/16 More »

On International Workers Memorial Day, We Honor Our Nursing Colleague Cynthia Barraca Palomata

On International Workers Memorial Day, We Honor Our Nursing Colleague Cynthia Barraca Palomata

On this day, we remember Cynthia Barraca Palomata, RN, and vow to do all we can to ensure no nurse ever again loses her health, or her own life, in the process of working to heal others. —National Nurses United, 04/28/16 More »

House Democrats Push Back On Obama Plan To Cut Drug Prices

House Democrats Push Back On Obama Plan To Cut Drug Prices

A group of House Democrats is organizing an effort that could slow down an Obama administration plan to reduce drug prices, according to a letter obtained by The Huffington Post. —Ryan Grim, The Huffington Post, 04/28/16 More »

North County Cares Coalition Asks Berkshire Medical Center for Detox Center

North County Cares Coalition Asks Berkshire Medical Center for Detox Center

With the region still in the throes of an epidemic of opioid addiction, a Northern Berkshire advocacy group is asking Berkshire Medical Center to open an inpatient detox center in its North Adams campus. —Adam Shanks, The Berkshire Eagle, 04/28/16 More »

Brigham Nurses to Protest Contract Talks

Brigham Nurses to Protest Contract Talks

The union that represents more than 3,300 nurses at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is planning a picket next month amid contentious contract negotiations. —Priyanka Dayal McCluskey, Boston Globe, 04/28/16 More »

Drug Prices Keep Rising Despite Intense Criticism

Drug Prices Keep Rising Despite Intense Criticism

From the campaign trail to the halls of Congress, drug makers have spent much of the last year enduring withering criticism over the rising cost of drugs. —Katie Thomas, The New York Times, 04/27/16 More »

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