Workplace programs help people with autism get and retain jobs.
As buildings rise higher in Oakland, residents grapple with physical and economic changes.
Physicians might seem among the best-equipped people to deal with the harrowing and unexpected nature of emergencies, from manmade calamity to natural disasters.
However, research shows that many physicians are not as prepared as they could be.
Almost since the first Transbay Tube opened in 1974, the Bay Area Rapid Transit District has been eyeing a second transbay crossing as the population of the Bay Area has continued to swell. It can’t come too soon, either, as transportation demand is expected to exceed supply by 2030, according to a transit study done by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
Now a second tunnel is one step closer to reality, according to Nicholas Josefowitz, BART director for District 8, who is running f...
With Lyme disease on the rise, why do so many chronic sufferers struggle to convince doctors they're sick?
It's not uncommon for people with suspected or persistent Lyme disease to meet with doubt from the medical establishment. But that may be changing.
In an era of increased demands on physicians, an often-overlooked part of the revenue cycle process is the capture of information known as charge capture.
Revenue cycle management (RCM) technology changes must be undertaken with careful consideration and care
East Oakland Community Project official ‘cautiously optimistic’ that funds will get into the hands of people in need