alabama health care insurance Articles

alabama health care insurance Articles

A Housekeeper''s View of the GM Health-Care Crisis: Doron Levin (Bloomberg.com)
April 28 (Bloomberg) -- To General Motors Corp., paying almost $5.6 billion this year for the medical bills of 1.1 million workers, retirees and their families in the U.S. is a burden that threatens to sink the company.

Altruism matches job at Baptist foundation (Birmingham Post Herald)
Altruistic by nature, Aubrey Miller said becoming director and chief development officer of the Baptist Health Foundation carries on a tradition he has tried to maintain for years.

Health care: Citizens Call Congress Home "Listen to Our Solutions to the Health Care Crisis" (PR Web)
60 or more Citizen organized Congressional Hearings are being organized by a vast array of citizen groups nationwide to challenge congress to take action on the health care crisis. [PRWEB Apr 21, 2005]

Ascension delegation faces long list of items on agenda (Ascension Citizen)
A tall order faces local lawmakers who headed to Baton Rouge yesterday for the start of the 2005 Legislative session. Locally, all four lawmakers promise a strong push to secure funding for continued work on the proposed Louisiana Transportation Center on the westbank.

21st Century Holding Company Reports Record First Quarter Results with Earnings of $0.95 Per Share and Beats Guidance (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
21st Century Holding Company , today reported results for the quarter ended March 31, 2005 .

Editor''s Note: (Metro Times Detroit)
There was a moment of high tension last week as Detroit Auditor General Joe Harris concluded the blistering financial critique he''d delivered to City Council. With his 10-year term ending this year, Harris let loose before heading out the door.

Expectations among Texas business leaders improving (BizJournals)
A quarterly survey of Texas business leaders shows that confidence in the state and national economies is growing stronger.

Expectations among Texas business leaders improving (BizJournals)
A quarterly survey of business leaders throughout Texas shows that confidence in the state and national economies is growing stronger.

Career Day at Oakfield-Alabama (R News)
Some local high school students got a chance today to gain some insight into various careers including a career in television. Oakfield-Alabama high school held its annual career day. Among the speakers was R News morning anchor Dan Smith.

News Davis sees problems with Medicare in state (Crimson White)
U.S. Rep. Artur Davis, D-Ala., is worried about the condition of Medicare in the state, but he said little has been done to fix the problems.