Mar 12, 2014
Hawaii hospitals losing money on 'waitlisted' patients, poor reimbursements
The Hawaii Health Information Corp. found that Hawaii hospitals are losing about $62.7 million each year from "waitlisted patients," or those who stay in hospitals for treatment that doesn't require inpatient acute care.
Cong Eni back to work in Washington D.C.
Congressman Faleomavaega Eni returned to work yesterday in Washington D.C with limited working hours following his rehabilitation and recuperation on the mainland, but still no details of his illness.
Faleomavaega back at work
Congressman Faleomavaega Eni returned to work today in Washington D.C following his rehabilitation and recuperation on the mainland, but still no details of his illness.
Radiation oncology chief to be support group guest
Dr. Erik D. Stickney, medical director of radiation oncology at Enloe Cancer Center, will speak on treatment technologies Thursday at a monthly meeting of Men Against Cancer Helping Others.