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Kuwait Petroleum Corporation ( KPC ) has withdrawn its proposal to privatize petrol stations, which was included in its operational budget plan of 2014-2015. The Supreme Petroleum Council has apparently held discussions about building 100 new petrol
When many of us have a medical appointment we're concerned about our finances: how much will we owe out-of-pocket?...But next time, you may also want to ask your doctors about their financial situation. That's because nearly 95 percent of U.S.
Physicians carved their own training by joining a patchwork of hospital positions in disparate places. Over a few years we lived in Yorkshire, East Anglia, Wales, East London and West London. The distances in Britain are trivial compared to the U.S.
Thursday came under the scanner, with several legislators criticising its functioning during the course of the debate in the State Assembly on the demands for grants for the Health and Family Welfare Department...Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG)
Share Tools Of the 30 most technologically advanced hospitals in the world, according to a list published this week by Top Masters in Healthcare Administration--a site that offers educational and career advice to hopeful medical professionals--more
June 26th, 2014 I recently read a blog post by Arik Hanson (@arikhanson) about well-known people in the digital world switching jobs. In his post, Hanson said, "Research has proven that ambitious, upwardly-mobile employees get a little bored after a
First, he claims that due to fears of potential lawsuits, emergency physicians when in doubt, cautiously err on the side of admitting a patient and ordering tests, rather than discharging them with minimal work up. How any emergency physician can
Dr. Nadia Momin is a new family practice physician at Perry Memorial Hospital and Princeton Family Physicians...Matthew's University School of Medicine and completed her residency at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine/Quincy Family
In 1992, the federal government told drugmakers they had to give steep discounts to hospitals that treat a large percentage of poor patients. The law got bipartisan support and it was a boon for hospitals and the federal government. In the decades
Share Tools A majority of hospital chief financial officers say the reimbursement challenges ahead require that they make financial system technology a priority--in fact, it's key to their institution's survival, according to a new Black Book survey.