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36256
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In citing Cardinal Innovations Healthcare as a major cause for the continuing issues involving health care in North Carolina, some experts believed it was a case of paying more attention to the symptoms rather than disease. For such experts, focusing on issues such as the company’s excessive salaries, employee bonuses and questionable spending took attention away from what mattered most: providing quality health care for all North Carolinians.
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36275
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On the downside to the takeover of AI in employment sectors: the elimination of jobs traditionally targeted for elimination, such as factory work; the elimination of highly paid positions such as software designing. Changes that may be a mixed blessing include a minimum guaranteed income provided by the government. However, what may be criticized now as a sign of a socialistic society may one day be regarded as the basis of economic survival.
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39942
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Contemporary medical challenges directly impacting the community, health professionals in facilities such as Pitt County’s health department and Vidant Medical Center are optimistic about overcoming. Reason for optimism is reflected in a timeline, containing highlights such as the eradication of diseases such as smallpox, and in the observations of Dr. Earl Trevathan, whose career left him witness and contributor to sixty years of medical advancements.
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40065
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The profiled ECU physician’s assistant program graduate helps generate Vance Family Medicine’s family-like atmosphere. As for the combination of caring and capability medical professionals like Tanya Darrow exhibit, it’s particularly valuable for the region she works. It contains a considerable number of communities medically underserved as well as rural.