Arizona Women's Forum

Arizona Women’s Forum Highlights the Power of Example

Yavapai College & AAUW present the two-day forum, Jan. 27-28 Aspiring women need role models; successful women want to share their expertise; and every woman appreciates a community of like minds to draw wisdom and strength. Ideas, insights and stories will bond and inspire women of all ages this month, when the Yavapai College Foundation


Opinion: Vulnerable Patients Are Being Squeezed By Middlemen Schemes – Inside Sources

The dust has settled on the midterm elections, and we are back to an era of divided government. Healthcare continues to take center stage as many Americans struggle to afford prescription drugs, and efforts to increase patients’ access, improve accessibility, and lower the cost of prescriptions remain unresolved. The current environment is a ripe opportunity for policymakers

Vaccine mandates

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Obtains Nationwide Injunction to Stop COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Health Care Workers

Today (11/30/2021), the District Court for the Western District of Louisiana granted a nationwide injunction, putting the COVID-19 vaccine mandate on hold for health care workers as a multistate lawsuit, co-led by Attorney General Mark Brnovich, moves forward. “Today, we won a major victory for our health care heroes across the country,” said Arizona Attorney

Veterans Hospital

Rural Arizona VA Hospital shells out a cool $1 Million in staff bonuses – Part 3

In Part Two we juxtaposed the VA’s purported “core values” with how their performance is perceived. On January 30, 2021,“VA’s Survey of Healthcare Experience of Patients” was published online by the US Dept of Veterans Affairs Vantage Point – the blog of the VA. They made the mistake of opening up the website to comments