Tag Archives: Care

Longer Looks: Abortion Restrictions; Republican Health Care Proposals; And The Public Option

Each week, KHN’s Shefali Luthra finds interesting reads from around the Web. FiveThirtyEight: Here’s Why The Anti-Abortion Movement Is Escalating  The push for these laws didn’t come out of nowhere. They’re part of an aggressive new strategy in the legal fight over abortion, which has escalated since Republican lawmakers swept state legislatures in 2010. Because… Read More »

Doctors to end care for French patient in landmark right-to-die case

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) – Doctors treating French quadriplegic Vincent Lambert, who has been in a deep vegetative state for more than a decade, plan to stop feeding him this week, renewing a furious debate over the right-to-die that has split France and Lambert’s family. FILE PHOTO: Judges of the European Court of Human Rights sit… Read More »

eHealth NSW partners with industry to trial digital tools for improved patient care

eHealth NSW in Australia has announced that it will be working with a number of industry partners to enhance the safety and quality of patient care, with clinicians at one of the state’s major rural hospitals harnessing the power of digital tools in two proof-of-concept (PoC) projects. At the 325-bed Wagga Wagga Base Hospital in… Read More »