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Legal and Operational Guide for Free Medical Clinics

The Free or Charitable Medical Clinic continues to serve as an important safety net for millions of under- and uninsured individuals throughout the country. Such clinics are often staffed by volunteer physicians, nurses, and other health care providers who provide primary health care services to those who have limited or no access to health care providers or prescription care, and to indigent populations, including the homeless, undocumented persons, Medicaid recipients. Some clinics are even equipped to provide additional health services, such as basic dental, vision, and behavioral health care services.  Read More

Why Competing With New Talent is a Mistake

As demand grows for new and emergent skills, including UX design, cybersecurity, and data science, workers around the world — and labor markets — are struggling to keep up. In this article, Harvard Business Review makes the case for upskilling. Read More