American Osteopathic Association Approves State’s Largest Non-Profit Hospice for First Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program in Nevada

The American Osteopathic Association has approved Nathan Adelson Hospice for a Hospice and Palliative Medicine Program, the first-of-its-kind in Nevada.

Las Vegas – The American Osteopathic Association has approved Nathan Adelson Hospice for a Hospice and Palliative Medicine Program, making it the first-of-its-kind fellowship program in Nevada and one of only 11 osteopathic fellowship programs in the nation.  The new program is a joint educational effort with the hospice and Touro University Nevada. The educational move… [More...]

National Health Care Leaders to Convene in Las Vegas for Sixth Annual Health Care Forum

Hundreds of health care professionals will gather at the Sixth Annual Nevada Health Care Forum to discuss pressing health care issues related to Nevadans.

WHAT: Sixth Annual Nevada Health Care Forum WHO: Hundreds of health care professionals, including dozens of the nation’s leading health care industry executives and officials, will gather at the Sixth Annual Nevada Health Care Forum to discuss pressing health care issues related to Nevadans. This year’s forum will examine a broad range of timely issues… [More...]

National Health Care Leaders to Convene in Las Vegas for the Sixth Annual Nevada Health Care Forum

Nevada Health Care Forum organizers announced dozens of the nation’s health care industry executives will gather to discuss pressing health care issues.

LAS VEGAS – Nevada Health Care Forum organizers announced dozens of the nation’s leading health care industry executives and officials will gather at the sixth annual event on Oct. 22 at the Tuscany Suites and Casino to discuss pressing health care issues related to Nevadans. Featured speakers at the Sixth Annual Nevada Health Care Forum… [More...]

Healthcare in Nevada: Prognosis Encouraging

Nevada healthcare is under an unprecedented combination of pressures but is also holding its own.

Nevada’s 2013 healthcare checkup reveals an industry under an unprecedented combination of pressures – little surprise there – but also one that is holding its own, moving quickly to adapt, gearing up to provide the best patient care possible, and looking confidently to the future. “Nevada’s healthcare industry is in a state of flux as… [More...]

Why It’s Morally Wrong to Expand Medicaid: Government should protect property, not redistribute it

Why is stealing wrong? Is it wrong because it’s illegal? Or is stealing wrong because individuals have a God-given or natural right to their own property? To some people, that’s like asking, “Which came first: the chicken or the egg?” — in other words, they think the answer is unknowable. But there’s an essential difference… [More...]

Getting It Done: The 2013 Legislative Session

Getting It Done: The 2013 Legislative Session

The 77th regular legislative session starts in Carson City on February 4, 2013. What major issues will be coming down the pipeline in 2013? How will issues discussed and laws passed in the upcoming session affect Nevada in the future? What part will a freshman Legislature play and what challenges will lawmakers face? The Budget… [More...]

Medical Community United on Medicaid Expansion

Nov-13

WHAT: Following a lunch and panel discussion on disaster preparedness, members of the Southern Nevada Medical Industry Coalition, representing hospitals, physicians and health care organizations throughout Nevada, will urge Governor Sandoval and the Nevada Legislature to adopt Medicaid expansion and accept federal funds to provide health care for thousands of Nevadans. With the constitutional issues… [More...]

Healthcare Check-Up: Meeting the New Challenges

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There’s no shortage of uncertainty swirling around Nevada’s healthcare industry: from the challenges of the local and national economies to insurance regulations and the implications – even the contours and very existence — of Obamacare. The outlook, however, is decidedly optimistic. And with good reason. “One of the advantages of healthcare is that it’s been… [More...]

What the Obamacare Decision Means for State Policymakers: Court gives states the option of financing congressional scheme

Few decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court have captured the public interest as did its June opinion in NFIB v. Sebelius. This long-anticipated ruling was widely perceived as the final judicial test for one of the most controversial acts of Congress in decades: the Affordable Care Act (ACA), popularly known as Obamacare. The challenge centered… [More...]