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27 min ago | Business Journal
Two Boca Raton hospitals companies were placed under new ownership amid a long legal battle involving a defunct hedge fund.
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2 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
Thomas Follette, 100-year-old resident of Arbor Terrace in Gardiner, has dreamed of going for a ride in a "big rig" and having lunch at a legendary local favorite - Dysart's Truck Stop and Restaurant.
4 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Dr. Colleen M. Flood is an expert advisor with EvidenceNetwork.ca and a professor in the Faculty of Law, the School of Public Policy & Governance, and the Institute of Health Policy Management & Evaluation University of Toronto.
4 hrs ago | Law Firm Newswire
On July 28, the expert elder law attorneys of the Begley Law Group will teach a one-day "crash course" on the essentials of elder law for legal practitioners.
5 hrs ago | Merced Sun-Star
Private companies that have contracted with the state to provide care for Medicaid patients are allowed to market to consumers with prior state approval.
5 hrs ago | Wall St. Cheat Sheet
One of the most overlooked retirement costs may also be the most expensive. Many people look forward to living mortgage-free in retirement, but they fail to anticipate the high prices of assisted living or skilled nursing facilities.
5 hrs ago | Crain's Cleveland Business
Austen BioInnovation Institute in Akron plans to help San Antonio-based ADB International Group Inc. bring a device to the United States that helps heal chronic wounds by delivering electrical stimulation to an injury site in order to boost the body's natural healing abilities.
Recent federal health care legislation sent mixed signals to health care providers.
After Gov. Terry McAuliffe refused to proceed with a new $300 million Capitol Square legislative office building coveted by General Assembly leaders, a bill has been introduced earmarking part of that funding for a new veterans health care center in Hampton Roads.
PORTLAND, Maine, MANCHESTER and PORTSMOUTH, N.H., and BOSTON, Mass. - Baker Newman Noyes, one of New England's largest accounting and advisory firms, announced Paul Letalien as director of the firm's healthcare management consulting practice.
A community group is opposing a proposal to build a TTC bus garage and fuel storage area on a vacant property in Scarborough, near the intersection of McNicoll Avenue and Kennedy Road.
The Brokerage Inc. has opened a new office in San Antonio that will specialize in selling annuities, health insurance, life insurance and long-term care insurance.
Choosing a senior living community for a loved one is highly emotional. For many, it is one of the most emotional decisions they will ever make.
Certain long-term care providers would get a temporary break on Affordable Care Act requirements regarding employee insurance plans under a bill introduced in the House of Representatives.
As baby boomers ebb out of the workforce and into retirement, financial advisers are helping wind down their clients' careers by preparing them for soon-to-be-reduced incomes.
When most of us imagine retirement, our minds wander to what we'll get to do that we don't have enough time for now.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:46 pm
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