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Pace University President Marvin Krislov says, the school is "redoubling our offerings in the bioscience sector. We see that as encompassing three distinct but related areas: health care, technology and the life sciences."
The hospital also operates a business office at the 3-story, 105,000-square-foot medical office building.
Half of Americans over the age of 55 who earn less than $60,000 per year – accounting for 25 percent of households – feel they can’t afford to cover both housing and health care, according to a new survey conducted by The NHP Foundation.
About 150 million people in the U.S. – nearly half the population – receive their health care coverage through their employers, according to a...
As the burden on business owners increases, employers seek meaningful, yet affordable, solutions. There are many great tools to attract and retain key employees.
This Healthy Community Initiative is bringing together key stakeholders from White Plains to form a citywide collaborative focused on positively impacting health outcomes in our community.
New York health care jobs exceeded 1.2 million in 2017, growing at a rate of more than 18 percent in the past decade, a report from Thomas P. DiNapoli found.
As people live longer, the retirement population grows and health care costs climb, long-term care is a critical component of family financial planning.
There are currently over 27,000 patients benefiting from the state's program.
Lewis Kohl, CareMount’s chief medical information officer, stressed that virtual visits are “just a part of patient care, certainly not a replacement for traditional care and face-to-face interaction.”
The grant is designed to help over 2,000 individuals in Bridgeport, Hartford and Waterbury.
The Empire State’s policymakers have the ability to enact changes that would have a deep and swift impact across the state and here in Westchester.
Arthur C. Martinez, chairman of Greenwich Hospital’s board of trustees, said the investment will ensure "we stay in the forefront of health care delivery."
Political newcomer Harry Arora is seeking to become Connecticut's first Republican congressional representative in 10 years.