Bright Future For MLMIC

Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company, in business since July 1, 1975, is in the process of becoming part of National Indemnity Company, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, a Warren Buffett...

Upstate Medical University Builds Central New York’s Comprehensive Cancer Care Destination

Upstate Medical University’s Upstate Cancer Center — Central New York’s only academic-affiliated cancer institution — is pursuing a long-term growth plan that matches requirements for National Cancer Institute cancer center designation. Its team has already begun programmatic expansion coordinated with its robust research, leading-edge technology and multidisciplinary model of care.

Population Health Improvement at HealtheConnections

Many healthcare providers think of HealtheConnections as the RHIO (Regional Health Information Organization) for the region, and associate the organization with the specific services that help them access their patients’ records. In fact, HealtheConnections takes part in a broader set of activities in service of the Triple Aim’s better care, better health and lower healthcare costs.

Losing to Win — Weight-loss Surgery at Crouse Hospital

By focusing on proven surgical techniques, lifestyle changes and long-term supportive care, Crouse Hospital’s Weight-loss Surgery Program has created an environment where obese patients gain in life and well-being while they lose on the scale.

Presidential Politics: Remember to Vote if You Can

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, I will be casting my 16th vote for president of our country. My first presidential vote was in 1956 when Dwight D. Eisenhower was elected to his second term as president. At that time voters had to be 21 years of age or older in order to be eligible to vote. Now 18-year-olds are eligible to vote in elections.