Latest “Healthcare” News

Latest “Healthcare” News

INFINITT Healthcare Establishes New Subsidiary in Middle East (IMEA)
INFINITT Healthcare recently announced that it has established a new global business unit, covering countries of the GCC (Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf) and several countries in Africa.
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U.S. healthcare costs continue to increase at a declining rate
Data released today by S&P Indices for the S&P Healthcare Economic Composite Index indicate that the average per capita cost of healthcare services covered by commercial insurance and Medicare programs increased by 6.19% over the 12-months ending February 2011. This is a drop from the 6.31% increase in annual growth rate posted in January 2011 for this index.
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4 Replies to “Latest “Healthcare” News”

  1. I am not sure to understand what you mean. Do you want to replace “/usr/lib/jvm” by “/usr/jdk/latest”?
    If you are refering to the comment from linezfanatix, just copy my script and replace “/usr/lib/jvm” by “/usr/jdk/latest” (this is the path to the installation of your JVMs, you can replace it by other paths if you need).
    What linezfanatix wanted to say is only to replace “/usr/lib/jvm” by “/usr/jdk/latest”. The command “find -name /usr/lib/jvm” is not correct.

  2. I was wondering why you present your blog as “news.” It's opinion, which of course, you're 100% entitled to, but it's not news. News is supposed to be impartial and your articles are filled with bias. To say that what you present is news, and independent news at that, is just plain wrong.Oh, and by the way, if you're going to write news – whether it's actually news, or opinion masquerading as news, you should / could really use an editor.

  3. In searching for information on the Healthcare Reform, I came upon your site. We are preparing for a HealthCare forum in our community on the Healthcare Reform and the affect it may have in our community.
    As a healthcare provider, I am so there with you! I have not seen this put to better words! I have shared this (as well as other articles)with every healthcare professional. Thank you!

  4. What? You didn't notice the new single-payer healthcare system, the end of unprovoked military invasions, the dismantling of the surveillance state, and federal recognition of gay marriage?

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