NYS Entity Status
- Dissolution (Aug 25, 2014)
NYS Filing Date
FEBRUARY 26, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - AVE MARIA HEALTH CARE STAFFING AGENCY INC.
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- At least 80 arrested on Capitol Hill in health care demonstrations: police
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Fox News Online) - Monday Jul 10, 2017
- Arizona dogged by suit over quality of health care in prison
By JACQUES BILLEAUD, Associated Press - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
Arizona Corrections Director Charles Ryan was berated in court Tuesday by a judge who described the state's efforts to overhaul prison health care as an "abject failure," two years after it agreed to make such changes as part of a settlement of the lawsuit.U.S. Magistrate David Duncan grilled the prisons director over whether he tried to undermine a court order that prohibited retaliation against inmates who participated in the class-action lawsuit.The case is among several legal problems to plague the Arizona prison agency in recent years, including a controversial 2014 execution, the rape of a teacher by a sex offender and the death of an inmate left in an outdoor cage.The 2012 lawsuit alleged that Arizona prisons didn't meet the basic requirements for providing adequate medical and mental health care and that prisoners faced dangerous delays and outright denials in receiving treatment.The lawsuit contended that a prison medical staff's failure to diagnose an inmate's metastasized cancer resulted in the man's liver enlarging to where his stomach looked like a full-term pregnant woman's belly.The prisoners who sued weren't seeking money damages and instead asked for a court order declaring that Arizona's prisons violated inmates' Eighth Amendment right against cruel and unusual punishment.Without acknowledging any wrongdoing, state officials agreed to get more money from the Legislature to increase health care staffing, offer cancer screenings to certain prisoners, follow requirements in treating patients with chronic diseases, and provide more out-of-cell time to prisoners kept in isolated cells.Lawyers who filed the lawsuit also say prison employees retaliated against two prisoners for testifying about the use of "open clinics" at prisons that let inmates access care when they need it without having to complete a form saying they need medical care.
- With Health Law in Flux, Insurers Scramble to Meet Filing Deadline
By REED ABELSON - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
Anthem, a major player in the Obamacare exchanges, announced that it would withdraw from Wisconsin and Indiana next year, along with Ohio.
- Plaque gives Rodney Dangerfield some respect in his native Queens
By Corey Kilgannon - Friday Aug 4, 2017
Eager to confer a measure of respect upon Dangerfield and upon Kew Gardens, Ballenas and some of the students at the school where he teaches helped get a memorial plaque made to honor Dangerfield, who died in 2004 at 82.Dangerfield lived in the neighborhood with his mother and sister in an apartment above what is now Austin’s Ale House, one of the best-known bars in Queens.The plaque, which bore the comic’s youthful image from his 1939 yearbook from Richmond Hill High School, lists three of his top film appearances: “Caddyshack,” “Easy Money” and “Back to School.”[...] listed are his 1981 Grammy-winning comedy record, “No Respect,” and his 1983 hip-hop single, “Rappin’ Rodney,” which, the plaque noted, reached No. 83 on the Billboard charts.“His mother convinced him to open a saving account one summer so he could save up for a football uniform,” she said, sounding like a Dangerfield joke setup.Joan Dangerfield, who lives in Los Angeles, said in an interview that her husband’s routines were certainly inspired by the hardship of his boyhood, which included juggling jobs such as working at a snack bar, delivering eggs, selling magazines, delivering groceries, selling ice cream and setting bowling pins and as a barker at a theater.Joan Dangerfield recalled that her husband used to joke about “’the time I was kidnapped and they sent back a piece of my finger to my father — he said he wanted more proof.’”
- ‘This Is an Intentional Slap in the Face’ to All Women
By LELA MOORE and TALYA MINSBERG - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
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- Considering the Side Effects of Drugmakers’ Money-Back Guarantees
By KATIE THOMAS and CHARLES ORNSTEIN - Monday Jul 10, 2017
The Trump administration is considering encouraging lowering drug costs through outcome-based contracts, but there is little evidence the approach works.