On January 1, 2018, CMS enacted significant cuts to the 340B Drug Pricing Program, which offers discounts on brand name drugs to help compensate eligible hospitals for treating a disproportionate amount of uninsured or underinsured patients.
In his work Of the Epidemics, the Greek physician Hippocrates encouraged doctors to “have two special objects in view with regard to disease, namely, to do good or to do no harm.” Yet the history of medicine has been an exercise in trial and error, with remedies sometimes proving more dangerous than the disease.
The new Robert Zemeckis movie brings to life the riveting story of a Hudson Valley artist.
Filmmaker Hanna Sawka was only two years old when her family became stateless. Her prize-winning artist and architect father, Jan Sawka, was a Polish citizen exhibiting in Paris when he learned that his art, critical of the Communist government, would result in his forced return to Poland.
The Stockade District continues to welcome exciting eateries to its ever-expanding lineup.
The modern world often suggests that adults get serious and stop partying—that they grow up. Mirik Milan, however, isn’t so interested in appealing to societal expectations.
Instead, Milan focuses on the role partying plays in fostering healthy, vibrant cities.
When Sandy Balla first saw the 40,000-square-foot industrial building that her husband Stan Zaborski wanted to buy, she said, “Do we really need this much space?”
“Oh, we need it,” said Zaborski. “Don’t worry. We’ll fill it.”
The Hudson Valley homegoods brand attracts shoppers locally and globally.
The diverse careers enjoyed by graduates of The Art Effect illustrate the rather surprising effect of nurturing artistic abilities.
A glance at the eight-foot-high gilded mirror gracing the entry hall of The Brinckerhoff Inn Bed & Breakfast makes it easy to picture the Revolutionary War heroes who stood in exactly the same spot.