Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'paterson'

New York Disadvantaged Under Current Health Reform Bills

The New York Times reported today on why New York would not fare will under the health reform bills currently making their way through Congress. New York's Medicaid program is more generous than programs in other states. Those states could...

Governor Freezes Malpractice Rates

From an August 22 Department of Health press release: Governor David A. Paterson today announced that he has signed legislation to freeze medical malpractice rates for physicians in New York for one year in an effort to provide desperately-needed premium...

NYSTEM: nearly $109 million for new RFA's issued, meeting May 13, 2008: draft strategic plan

The Empire State Stem Cell Board will hold a regular business meeting on May 13, 2008 in Albany, NY which will include meetings of both the Ethics Committee and the Funding Committee. Agenda topics include: Ethics and the Sources of...

New York leads in health IT commitment-prescription drugs

March 28, , Governor Paterson announced that $105 million in grants have been awarded to 19 leading community-based health information technology (IT) projects. The grants are central to the state's strategy to ensure that clinical information is in the hands...

Gov. Paterson signs into law: Health Research Science Board; corporate blood drives legislation

March 17, 2008, Governor David A. Paterson has signed five bills into law as part of his first day of activities as New York State's 55th Governor. (1) These bills aim to enhance subway track safety, boost the Green Thumb...

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