comprehensive international health insurance Articles

comprehensive international health insurance Articles

USA Health System Purchases $1.2 Million Misys Laboratory Suite (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
Misys Healthcare Systems, a leader in healthcare information technology, announced today the University of South Alabama Health System in Mobile, Ala., has signed a $1.2 million agreement to purchase the Misys Laboratory comprehensive information management solution suite.

People in business (Tennessean)
Jim Myatt joins as an architect. He is involved in several corporate office and health-care projects throughout Tennessee, including the Indian Lake Office Center in Hendersonville.

Lithuania''s Parliament amends health-insurance law (Baltic Times)
Local National Bolshevik leader Rauls Reinaldo Sancess submitted the permit application on May 7. No more than 100 people will turn up for the protest, he said.

Gentiva Health Services, Inc. , the nation''s largest provider of comprehensive home health services, today announced that it has scheduled a conference call and web cast on Thursday, May 5, 2005, at 10:00 a.m.

Fighting hard for survival (The Star Online)
Trade unions seem to have lost their way – outflanked by multinational employers, slowed down by unemployment and pushed aside by governments. Is there any other route they can take? – New Internationalist, Issue 117, November 1982.

Riga Airport to cancel charter flights during Bush visit (Baltic Times)
Riga International Airport announced on Friday that it will cancel charter flights and small aviation flights during the visit of US President George W. Bush May 6 – 7, though the state chancellery said the country would not cancel regular flights.

Bush Urges International Collaboration on Clean Energy (U.S. State Department)
President Bush aims to work with other industrialized nations to help emerging market countries develop and utilize clean energy technologies as a way to reduce pressure on global energy markets and limit the environmental damage from power plant emissions. It is in the United States'' and other developed countries'' interest to help nations such as China and India become energy self-sufficient and

Coalition of Health Professional Students Descend Upon State Capitols to Advocate For Affordable Health Care (Medical News Today)
USA - The American Medical Student Association (AMSA), the nation''s largest, independent medical student organization, today announces Health Students Week of Action 2005, a week of coordinated events for health professional students and allies to lobby for better access to health care on behalf of patients.

Clarification/National Bank to Support the Voice 2005 Edition of the Montreal International Music Competition (CCNMatthews via Yahoo! Finance)
MONTREAL, QUEBEC-- - Further to the press release it issued yesterday, National Bank is pleased to confirm that it will be supporting the Montreal International Music Competition for the third year in a row.

GTx, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2005 Financial Results (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
GTx, Inc. , a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery, development and commercialization of therapeutics for serious men''s health conditions and oncology, today reported financial results for the first quarter of 2005.