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How where you live in the Triangle could impact your life expectancy — by up to 12 years

How where you live in the Triangle could impact your life expectancy — by up to 12 years

Research shows that in the Triangle the stark contrast in access to food, medical services and lifestyle factors may affect a person’s life expectancy by more than a decade. Source link

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Woodbury development would bring 235 affordable rentals, medical office building

Woodbury development would bring 235 affordable rentals, medical office building

The $68 million affordable housing project would be on the southwest corner of Radio Drive and Hargis Parkway, which is across the street from the HealthEast Sports Center and just south of Jerry’s Foods. Source link

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BlueKC's Spira Care opens 6th location in KCK

BlueKC's Spira Care opens 6th location in KCK

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City has opened its sixth Spira Care location in response to exponential growth in membership, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Greg Sweat told the Kansas City Business Journal. Since the first Spira Care location launched in January 2018 in Olathe, BlueKC’s […]

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Two Birmingham companies to team on healthy meal plans

Two Birmingham companies to team on healthy meal plans

Two metro Birmingham companies are joining forces to offer meal planning services for individuals with chronic conditions. Pack Health will add health-focused meal plans to its programs through a partnership with digital meal planning service eMeals. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Both companies are […]

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Two more C-suite execs book their departures from Cerner

Two more C-suite execs book their departures from Cerner

Cerner Corp. announced two executives with a combined 38 years of experience will leave the North Kansas City-based company next year. After 23 years, COO Mike Nill will be “departing” the health IT company (Nasdaq: CERN) on Jan. 10. He started with Cerner as a software engineer […]

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M&A wrap: Dental company aims for $30M in annual revenue

M&A wrap: Dental company aims for $30M in annual revenue

Click through the some of the latest mergers and acquisitions to hit the Austin business scene, including a dental membership services company that is just a few years old but already has more than 4,000 customers and annual revenue approaching $30 million. Source link

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A-dec founder Ken Austin's children decry 'power grab' by former board member

A-dec founder Ken Austin's children decry 'power grab' by former board member

Brett Baker filed a lawsuit against Ken Austin Jr.’s children in September, four months after Austin’s death. Source link

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Point Park University sells Playhouse site to Magee Institute

Point Park University sells Playhouse site to Magee Institute

The site is in the process of being demolished. Source link

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The legal challenge stalling a $360M hospital takeover deal has been settled

The legal challenge stalling a $360M hospital takeover deal has been settled

It’s settled. Louisville-based Baptist Healthcare System Inc. is now able to move forward with a $361.4 million takeover deal to acquire Hardin Memorial Health in Elizabethtown, Ky. Hardin Memorial Health announced Friday that it has settled a legal challenge that sought to nullify the deal brought by […]

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Sylvester’s national designation benefits Florida cancer patients

Sylvester’s national designation benefits Florida cancer patients

Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, has received the prestigious NCI designation from the National Cancer Institute. The NCI designation Sylvester achieved this summer means it’s now among the top cancer centers in the United States. Sylvester […]

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