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Five Quorum Health Resources (QHR) client hospitals were recently named among H&HN’s “Most Wired” hospitals for 2012: Ashe Memorial Hospital (Jefferson, North Carolina), Gritman Medical
Two researchers have reprised in the journal Energy Policy their groundbreaking finding that improvements in lighting — from candles to gas lamps to electric bulbs — historically have led to increased light consumption rather than lower overall energy use by society.
The American health care system saved more than $1 trillion through the use of generic medicines over the last decade, according to a new study released by the Generic Pharmaceutical Association
Despite criticism that local school boards are “dinosaurs” that need to be replaced, Americans support local control of their schools, Michigan State University education scholars argue in a new paper.
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