Because of the inefficient nature of paper records in healthcare, many hospitals and facilities have turned to a computerized system as reform.
Monthly Archives For April 2009
With the nomination of Harold Hongju Koh, the Dean of Yale Law School, as the Legal Adviser for the State Department, President Barack Obama is putting a world government team in place under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The policies of Beverly Perdue, the Democratic governor of North Carolina, were brought into question recently by a report showing that North Carolina’s high school dropout rate is getting worse, despite millions of dollars set aside in the state budget.
At the Heritage Foundation recently, panelists discussed the role of subsidies in energy policy and answered the question, is subsidizing commercial energy projects the best way for America to achieve it’s energy goals?
There are two bills before the New York State legislature dealing with the issue of amending the statute of limitations for cases involving the sexual abuse of minors.
Despite sustained opposition from China, the Dalai Lama remains one of the world’s most respected and influential spiritual leaders.
the Heritage Foundation, Senator John McCain, R.-Az., discussed the state of the economy and his alternative stimulus plan.