Posts Tagged ‘governments’
Exchange traded funds to watch as developing nations are expected to account for $550 billion of annual drug sales per year by 2020 and their governments put more emphasis on health insurance.
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Health Care ETFs to Benefit From Emerging Markets' Growing …
Governments must limit spending to balance budgets: TD
‘While governments in Canada have been at the forefront of laying down deficit elimination targets, much of the hard work is just beginning,’ said Derek Burleton and Pascal Gauthier in an analysis released Tuesday
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Doctors Overwhelmingly Reject Government’s Plan For Care For Patients With Diabetes – Australian Medical Association …
A national AMA survey of GPs has revealed an overwhelming rejection of the Government’s proposed plan for care for patients with diabetes, with just four per cent of the respondents saying they would definitely participate in the new scheme. The AMA survey was conducted across all States and Territories, and with urban, regional, and rural and remote GPs, during June 2010…
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Tennessee StatehouseJames Madison, known to history as the Father of the Constitution, reckoned that “the first and most natural attachment of the people will be to the governments of their respective states.
www.pbs.org In a debate over health care reform, former House majority leader Dick Armey, and Richard Kirsch, national campaign manager of the liberal advocacy group Health Care for America Now, discuss topics such as the role of government, and the cost of any overhaul.
Now that the health care reform bill is signed into law, Dell is looking to offer local state governments a set of IT services designed to help meet new federal regulations regarding issues such as Medicaid. Since its acquisition of Perot, Dell is moving deeper into the IT services field, especially in the health care and government markets.
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Dell Health Care Services Targets State Governments
NEW YORK – Maternal and reproductive health care across the world is often sub-standard and inaccessible, yet many governments, including in India, are not doing enough to address grievances and track problems, Human Rights Watch said …
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Global maternal, reproductive health care failing: Rights group
As state and federal governments start to implement various provisions of the new health care reform law, family physicians need to stay engaged and involved in the process. That was one of the major themes to emerge from the 2010 Family Medicine Congressional Conference held here May 11-12 and attended by more than 160 family physicians.