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Medicaid cuts leave patients in a lurch

In the U.S. the state governments are finding themselves in a tight corner with finances being scarce. This has led to the state government to seek for further Medicaid cuts. The physician across the country feel that these cuts would result in dire consequences for patient care. To add to the wo...

Pelosi Remarks at Press Conference Today on Health Care Reform and Medical Costs

...t, the kind of protection that the House health care reform bill offers. We need to get rid of things like waiting periods so that no one is left in a lurch like I was. We need portability to health care between jobs and more affordable options. Portability and affordability. We need to do this as soon as ...

Caring for Aging Loved Ones Can Be a Catch-22

...125 an hour [for a geriatric care manager], because you're trying to fill that hole." Too often, chronically ill patients and their families simply lurch from one crisis to the next, with no continuity of care to make sure that once patients leave the hospital, they aren't getting readmitted a few week...

Kate Moss to Pay for Dohertys Anti-heroin Implant

...ut understands that he stills needs help and support. Kate is very aware that Pete still has issues with drug use and doesn't want to leave him in the lurch completely. Helping with his medical care is one thing that Kate wants to do for him, the Mirror quoted the source, as saying. The singer pu...

Canadians Despair for Family Doctors

...erns about access to health care grew significantly. Today more than 60,000 city residents of Hamilton in the province of Ontario feel left in the lurch without the services of a family doctor. Those who are fortunate enough to hear about doctors taking on new patients are regularly required to go...

Two AIDS Vaccine Trials Hold Hope Against Epidemic

... about 1.1 million people. However, it is still out of reach for most of the world's 40 million people infected with HIV/AIDS. Stepping into the lurch with increasing promise is the field of topical microbicide gels that could kill the HIV virus in the vagina and protect women from infection. T...

Call To Protect Traditional Knowledge Of African Medicinal Plants

...ws to control access to indigenous knowledge and biological resources are few and far between and sometimes this means that the people are left in the lurch as unsavory elements creep in. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the meeting called for better protection of intellectual property rig...
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Who owns software developed for your company?

...orm and distribute the work. If the programmer doesn't authorize any further work on the software, what happens? Does that leave the company in the lurch as far as its ability to add new capabilities to the software or to migrate it to a new operating system? A recent case, Krause v. Titleserv, Inc ...
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