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She fought for patients’ rights, then she was put in a hospital against her will - The Washington Post

She fought for patients’ rights, then she was put in a hospital against her will - The Washington Post

This bill will close hospitals. It will hammer rural hospitals, it will close nursing homes. It will lead to disabled children not getting services. . . . People will die.. A small group of centrists, worried that Medicaid cuts would fray the social safety net, could prove pivotal.

Senate health-care bill faces serious resistance from GOP moderates

This bill will close hospitals. It will hammer rural hospitals, it will close nursing homes. It will lead to disabled children not getting services. . . . People will die.. A small group of centrists, worried that Medicaid cuts would fray the social safety net, could prove pivotal.

‘Never send a human to do a machine’s job:’ Five big mistakes in education technology and how to fix them - The Washington Post

‘Never send a human to do a machine’s job:’ Five big mistakes in education technology and how to fix them

‘Never send a human to do a machine’s job:’ Five big mistakes in education technology and how to fix them - The Washington Post

The GOP health-care plan threatens to kill jobs nationwide - The Washington Post

The GOP health-care plan threatens to kill jobs nationwide

The GOP health-care plan threatens to kill jobs nationwide - The Washington Post

The Latest: China says US has apologized for name gaffe - Washington Post

The Latest: China says US has apologized for name gaffe - Washington Post

About Social Media Abuses in Nursing Homes- If you are a long-term care provider, social media is indeed a concern.  In December 2015, reports co-published by ProPublica and the Washington Post revealed startling social media abuses within long-term care facilities. - See more at: http://pedagogyeducation.com/Long-Term-Care-Home-Health-Campus/Student-Union/Campus-Blog/August-2016/About-Social-Media-Abuses-in-Nursing-Homes.aspx?cmp=H14

About Social Media Abuses in Nursing Homes- If you are a long-term care provider, social media is indeed a concern. In December 2015, reports co-published by ProPublica and the Washington Post revealed startling social media abuses within long-term care facilities. - See more at: http://pedagogyeducation.com/Long-Term-Care-Home-Health-Campus/Student-Union/Campus-Blog/August-2016/About-Social-Media-Abuses-in-Nursing-Homes.aspx?cmp=H14

When there’s a complaint about a nursing home, these volunteers can help - The Washington Post

When there’s a complaint about a nursing home, these volunteers can help

When there’s a complaint about a nursing home, these volunteers can help - The Washington Post

With nurses at risk of compassion fatigue, hospitals try to ease their stress - The Washington Post

With nurses at risk of compassion fatigue, hospitals try to ease their stress

With nurses at risk of compassion fatigue, hospitals try to ease their stress - The Washington Post

Our unrealistic views of death, through a doctor’s eyes - The Washington Post

Our unrealistic views of death, through a doctor’s eyes

Our unrealistic views of death, through a doctor’s eyes - The Washington Post

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