Health Care

S.F. City College Chancellor Fighting Brain Tumor

City College of San Francisco Chancellor Don Griffin disclosed Tuesday that he is battling a brain tumor and will retire this month rather than in the fall, as he had announced just weeks ago.

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U of New Hampshire Opens Health Clinic For Faculty, Staff

The University of New Hampshire opened a new health clinic Monday aimed at saving money and providing faculty and staff with more convenient options for their medical needs.

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Lawmakers Question Michigan State U's Health Insurance Mandate For New Students

Michigan State University has become the first public university in the state to mandate that incoming students have health insurance.

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Huron Consulting Group Announces CAR Solution for Enhanced Clinical Research Analysis and Reporting

Huron Consulting Group Announces CARSM Solution for Enhanced Clinical Research Analysis and Reporting Solution Provides Quick, Fixed-Price Expert Analysis for Use in Feasibility Review, Budgeting, Informed Consent Drafting, Billing, and Compliance

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New California Employment Laws for the New Year

For the first time in years, California employers have witnessed significant changes to employment laws, most of which took effect on January 1, 2012. Colleges and universities with operations in California must ensure compliance with these laws. Those that are not already prepared have a short amount of time to understand the new laws, train managers, and update policies and procedures.

Indiana U Workers To See Spike In Health Insurance Costs

Indiana University employees will pay up to 10 times more than they've paid in 2011 for health insurance next year, depending on how much they earn and what plan they choose.

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Grand Rapids CC Leaders Say New Health Insurance Rules A Factor As The Number Of Full-Time Students Drops

Grand Rapids Community College has slightly fewer students than projected, but administrators said they the percentage of full-time students has dropped to the lowest level in 10 years – and believe health insurance is a factor.

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