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The Portland-based company said scholarships will be awarded to 35 veterinary technicians for a five-month virtual mentorship and professional development program.
InTandem, developed by the Portland-based digital therapeutics startup, uses shoe-worn sensors, a headset and a touchscreen device to improve walking and movement in chronic stroke patients.
Everyone’s health is shaped by life circumstances, writes guest columnist Linda K. Riddell, a health care professional. For working people, the workplace is a major part of life circumstances and an important contributor or detractor of health.
The funding will be used to launch the project Life Worth Living.
New hires, promotions and achievements from businesses and nonprofits around Maine.
The first four Morehouse students recently arrived at Northern Light Health’s home office in Brewer for training before entering their clerkships.
Dr. Alexander Fisher focuses on treating a variety of cancers, and performs many procedures using minimally invasive and robotic approaches.
The University of New England program, offering a master's degree in clinical anatomy, plans to start with eight students next summer.
The clinic model must serve anyone requesting care for mental health or substance use, regardless of ability to pay, and must be available 24/7 and provide care coordination.
Child care is one of the drivers for employees to leave an organization, writes guest columnist. Nick LaCourse. He has recommendations for how companies can be flexible and resourceful with employees facing child care issues.
Joseph Kellner is the incoming CEO at LifeFlight of Maine, the state's only air ambulance service.
David Holomakoff is a serial entrepreneur who has found fulfillment in helping to launch three companies including Kinotek. He hopes to continue that growth in future ventures.
Kate Beever, founder of Maine Music and Health LLC, says her career is her passion project.
WAVED Medical LLC aims to bring breast cancer risk assessment technology to the marketplace.
Dr. Joseph Young joins orthopedic surgeons Dr. Stephen Rodrigue and Dr. Sara Shubert at Mercy’s orthopedic practice in Falmouth.
The collaboration will help students be better prepared to meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving health care and human services landscape.
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Since long before the state was a state or even part of one, Maine has been home to nations of indigenous people. Today, that relationship continues to make news.
On Nov. 17, Gov. Janet Mills met with representatives of the Wabanaki tribes to discuss how the Legislature might expand their rights to self-governance. Under an $82 million legal settlement reached in 1980, Maine tribes do not have the sovereign status that hundreds of federally recognized tribes across the U.S. enjoy.
The meeting came days after the state's legalized sports betting market opened for business, an enterprise granted almost exclusively to the Maine tribes — the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, the Mi’kmaq Nation, the Penobscot Nation, and the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Indian Township and at Sipayik.
Also in November, a national conservation group announced plans to turn over nearly 30,000 acres of northern Maine woodland to the Penobscot Nation.