Archive of: Health & Education

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New effort seeks to stem rise of C-sections in N.H. May 30 2014

New effort seeks to stem rise of C-sections in N.H.

Lowering the rate of medically unnecessary cesareans will reduce health care costs

CMC opens ‘open access’ primary care practice May 30 2014

CMC opens ‘open access’ primary care practice

First step in hospital’s community-based care strategy

Where did Peter T. Paul get his money? May 16 2014

Where did Peter T. Paul get his money?

The man whose name adorns the UNH business school is a financier who helped create securitized low-doc loans

May 2 2014

Massive tax fraud snares N.H. physicians, others

Income tax returns of at least 100 medical providers were falsely filed by others

May 2 2014

N.H. legislation could fill health directive gap

Only a third of Granite Staters have an advance directive

Massive tax fraud snares N.H. physicians May 2 2014

Massive tax fraud snares N.H. physicians

Income tax returns of at least 100 medical providers were falsely filed by others

Cheshire Medical’s health care vision extends well beyond the hospital April 4 2014

Cheshire Medical’s health care vision extends well beyond the hospital

Keene hospital honored for efforts to forge ‘a better way’

Innovations in health care focus of BIA luncheon April 18 2014

Innovations in health care focus of BIA luncheon

April 17 event will feature a look at pioneering changes in delivery of care

Tuck School dean announces plans to retire April 4 2014

Tuck School dean announces plans to retire

Search to find replacement to begin soon

March 21 2014

UNH plans hospitality summer program for high schoolers

One-week program that will immerse them in a mini-hospitality management program