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School of Public Health Partners with the Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship

“We’ve come together for many reasons, first and foremost it is an exciting opportunity for our newly crowned Center for Entrepreneurship, and the newly accredited School of Public Health, to work together and join forces in order to address some of society’s and our world’s biggest problems,” said Don Operario, Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, during his introduction of speaker Danny Warshay during an event earlier this month titled How to Solve Public Health Problems Through Entrepreneurship

(Distributed November 22, 2016)

Study suggests reduced drug costs led to lowered hospitalizations

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — A new study finds that in regions where indigenous Australians most readily accepted a government incentive to lower drug copayments, hospitalizations to treat the population’s chronic conditions declined by 40 percent in just two years.

(Distributed November 7, 2016)
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