Oxycodone and oxymorons: Government efficiency does not appear to exist when it comes to drug abuse prevention and treatment programs
You’ve heard of anchor babies. But have you heard of “medical repatriation?”
GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION EVENT REMINDER April 16, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or firstname.lastname@example.org Register by Friday to attend Foundation Event on Telehealth in Georgia Atlanta – You may have to travel to attend the Georgia Public Policy Foundation’s next event, but what if you didn’t have to travel to see a physician? Discover the innovations in Georgia health care at, “Telehealth: Taking Health Care to The Next Level,” the Foundation’s Leadership Breakfast at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 23, at Cobb County’s Georgian Club. The deadline is … Continue Reading →
Louisiana’s Attorney General says the governor does not need legislative approval to privatize public hospitals.
What are the biggest hurdles for new businesses? Find out in Friday Facts.
GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION EVENT INVITATION April 3, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or email@example.com Register for April 23 Foundation Event on Telehealth in Georgia Atlanta – “Telehealth: Taking Health Care to the Next Level,” is the topic of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation’s Leadership Breakfast at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 23, at Cobb County’s Georgian Club. The panel discussion will be moderated by Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health, with panelists Dr. Jeffrey English of the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Atlanta, Dr. … Continue Reading →
A new product promises to turn the newest generation of mobile phones into multiprotocol toll transponders
The right approach to health care is to reduce demand in by empowering patients with information and access, not to limit health care.
Allergy-free apples, a better Botox and more drugs in the pipeline for the nation’s aging population.
GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION EVENT INVITATION March 19, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or firstname.lastname@example.org Registration Open for, ‘Telehealth: Taking Health Care to the Next Level,’ A Georgia Public Policy Foundation Leadership Breakfast on April 23 Atlanta — The health care industry has embraced opportunities provided by information technology in numerous ways. But policy and politics still handicap the medical community when it comes to fully incorporating telemedicine and, more broadly, telehealth. Find out what’s happening around the nation and in Georgia – and what needs to happen – … Continue Reading →
In today’s “Checking Up On Health,” doctors wait for Medicaid payments from the feds due three months ago; urgent care centers are booming; Medicare makes mistakes, and more.
Lagging achievement and enrollment in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education in the United States is and will be one of the larger issues facing our domestic ability to fill manufacturing job opportunities.
Online learning can compete with the “live” classroom experience in that it allows the teacher to perfect the lesson.
California is weighing how to avoid a looming electricity crisis that could be brought on by its growing reliance on wind and solar power, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Medicaid expansion: better or worse? A report from The University of Virginia found, “Medicaid patients were almost twice as likely to die as those with private insurance; their hospital stays were 4 percent longer, and cost 26 percent more.”
Georgia is poised to lead the nation in providing resources to enable personalized learning for every child.
“The issue is what is the best way to address the uninsured in Georgia, and is it sustainable?”
Ninety percent of adult women in the United States are responsible for making the health-care decisions for themselves and their family members.
Georgia law enforcement agencies seize millions of dollars in assets every year from people who are never even charged with, much less convicted of, a crime.
More money for small companies’ biotech R&D, less money for ObamaCare ‘cost savings,’ overworked physicians and more.