That's because consumers have no presumption that they are going to get that information," Inlander
and Weiner say the rate on nosocomial infection climbs as high as 5.
and Sidney Wolfe, the head of Public Citizen's Health Research Group, say Wyden has promised to introduce public access legislation soon.
To do that, the Inlander
partnered with local game developers and artists to build an online video game.
had the audacity to assert that the lack of medical coverage is a worse problem than terrorism.
But unlike the other speakers, Inlander
is not optimistic that Congress will pass a Medicare drug benefit.
In fact, Inlander
estimates, as much as 5 percent of America's $900 billion annual tab for health-care expenses goes toward services never rendered.
is president of the nonprofit People's Medical Society, America's largest consumer health advocacy organization.
, a leading consumer health advocate and founder of the People's Medical Society says, "Given the extreme shortage of nursing professionals, hospitals can't afford to let burnout be a contributing factor of employee turnover.
In an article on the Bintang Timoer, Abdul Rivai again lambasted Noto Soeroto as a traitor and called him an Inlander
After signing rent checks for 19 years, Pacific Northwest Inlander
publisher Ted McGregor decided it was time to build the free alternative weekly newspaper its own headquarters.
dared to compare the deliberate wanton act of war and terrorism that murdered thousands of defenseless Americans with what he perceives as inadequacies in our health care system.