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Pennsylvania Government's Partial Shutdown Ends

...ontrol the Senate entered the ninth day of the new fiscal year. Lacking an approved state budget, the state has lost the authority to spend money on nonessential services. Without a budget, the state has lost the authority to spend money on "noncritical" services and employees. Highway maintenance, documen...

FICCI Proposes Models To Solve Indias Healthcare Crisis

...models would have to run in tandem with attractive fiscal incentives and meaningful regulation if quality healthcare is to be accessible to all and the bed to thousand ratio has to be raised to five beds by 2012, from the current level of 1.3. The study also shows that even though 72.2 per cent of India's...

Dabur India Q4 Profit Surges 31%

...m Rs 189.08 crore in 2005-06. Its turnover for the fiscal also marked a 29.8 per cent growth at Rs 1778.02 crore from Rs 1369.68 crore a year earlier. Dabur India has recorded strong growth in key categories like hair and oral care, health supplements, foods and home care. The Foods Business recorded a st...

VA Should Revise Its Methods for Evaluating PTSD in Ex-military Personnel

...e number of cases jumped almost 80 percent between fiscal years 1999 and 2004, growing from 120,265 cases to 215,871. Payments for PTSD increased almost 150 percent over the same period, rising from $1.72 billion to $4.28 billion. The bulk of claims for PTSD compensation currently are coming from Vietnam ...

Perrigo Receives FDA Approval to Market Coated Fruit Nicotine Gum

...shipments are expected within the first quarter of fiscal 2008. The Perrigo Company is a leading global healthcare supplier and the world's largest manufacturer of over-the-counter (OTC) pharmaceutical and nutritional products for the store brand market. Store brand products are sold by food, drug, mass m...

Hospitals in Older Cities Close Down, Blacks Worst Affected

... of providing care." Riverview finished its last fiscal year with a nearly $9.5 million deficit and expects to end this fiscal year $23 million in the red. Medicare payments to hospitals averaged 92 cents for every dollar spe...

Bush Signs Bill for Cancer Screening Program for Low-Income, Uninsured Women

...nd Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program through fiscal year 2011.//The program provides Pap tests and other screenings for qualified women ages 18 to 64 and mammograms for qualified women ages 40 to 64. To qualify, women must be uninsured and have annual incomes lower than 250% of the federal poverty lev...

Infant Mortality Rising in Deep South in US

...P programs declined by 54,000 in the 2005 and 2006 fiscal years. GPL/L...

Biocon Net Profit Up by 15 Percent for Fiscal Year

...2 billion with a total income at Rs.9.9 billion in fiscal 2006-07. // The firm's expenditure on research ...vices businesses has delivered robust profits this fiscal year. This has enabled us to invest incrementally in our innovation led research programmes which wi...

All U.S. States To Begin Names-Based Reporting of HIV Cases by End of 2007

...d State Journal Register reports. Beginning this fiscal year, the funding formulas used by HHS to calculate Ryan White Program grants include only HIV data from states that use names-based reporting systems, the AP/Journal Register reports. Vermont, Maryland and Hawaii are the only states not currently...

Teens Get Needed Access to Care With State Health Insurance

... program is scheduled to expire at the end of this fiscal year, and its continued federal support is not guaranteed. Much energy has been spent on maintaining funding and ensuring poor children and families have coverage, but many states do not target adolescents for outreach and enrollment and some state...

European Commission to Boost Chhattisgarh's Health Sector

...as been spending millions of rupees in the current fiscal 2006-07 for creating infrastructure at health cent...is to set up 200 new health centres in the current fiscal ending March 31, mainly in remote and impoverished areas dominated by illiterate tribal population. ...

Senate Committee Approves Telemedicine Mental Health Bill

...h telemedicine systems would share $1.5 million in fiscal year 2008 and each of the three subsequent fiscal years. HHS would administer the demonstration projects for the expanded telemedicine systems, whi...

Funds Increased for Treating Bhopal Gas Victims

...present. This would be effective from the coming fiscal (2007-08). "The existing fund of Rs.7 million earmarked for the treatment of the affected cancer patients was insufficient. So it will be increased to Rs.30 million from the next financial year," said Gas Relief Minister Babulal Gaur. "Hospital...

Americans Neglect Health Insurance

...g to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a fiscal policy analysis center based in Washington, DC, many states face looming shortfalls in funding stop-gap health insurance for children. That means states either have to find more money or more children will become uninsured in 2007. The Pennsylvania M...

Obesity Could Bankrupt the Health System, Warn Doctors

...ic, and environmental changes (physical, food, and fiscal policy) are urgently needed. They believe that prevention is the only economic long term solution to the problem and recommend that: The food industry needs to take more responsibility for preventing obesity. And governments, as custodians of publ...

Mr. Norris's Home Certified Anthrax-free

... and we are co-operating fully with the procurator fiscal and when enquiries are complete, a full incident report will be produced," he said. PRI...

Disability Factor Among Older Americans Shows Improvement

...r adults could help bolster the Medicare program’s fiscal health, the researchers suggest. Funded through a cooperative agreement between the NIA and Duke University, the NLTCS is a periodic federal government survey of approximately 20,000 Medicare enrollees. Source-Eurekaler SAV...

Free HIV Treatment to Be Launched for Children

...ng machines and plan to add 12,000 more by 2006-07 fiscal end (March 31). By 2007 end we hope to have in place 100,000 vending machines," the minister stated. In addition to the problem of tackling a rise in number of HIV/AIDS cases in the country, the minister said an estimated 60 percent of the people h...

Depressed Seniors in Primary Care Benefit Most From Team Approach

...s in the treatment, so really it becomes more of a fiscal issue.” While Skultety said that involving interdisciplinary teams can be time-consuming initially, she added “You’re actually looking at saving yourself time down the road because you’re addressing everything at once. Otherwise, a lot of older ad...

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