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Research lab work ‘suspended in time’ amid PG&E shutdowns

Research lab work ‘suspended in time’ amid PG&E shutdowns

Some experiments require a constant supply of power, making the shutdowns “risky for science,” says a top administrator at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Source link

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Cincinnati Children’s lands multimillion-dollar donation

Cincinnati Children’s lands multimillion-dollar donation

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital expects to receive one of its largest donations ever on Tuesday – $8.8 million. The Jack Rubinstein Foundation for Developmental Disorders will present a check to CEO Michael Fisher. The Avondale-based hospital plans to name an existing medical office building for the late Dr. […]

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TriHealth CEO addresses employee social media post offensive to LGBTQ community

TriHealth CEO addresses employee social media post offensive to LGBTQ community

TriHealth CEO Mark Clement today sent a memo to the hospital system’s nearly 15,000 employees and doctors that called for tolerance and respect for all people. Clement was responding to a controversy that erupted after a nurse allegedly posted to her personal Facebook page comments that were […]

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3 ways offering health insurance can be good for your business’ bottom line

3 ways offering health insurance can be good for your business’ bottom line

When it comes to health benefits, cost is often the primary concern. Small business owners wonder how to balance it with other business expenses. Here we talk to Jumpstart: HR CEO and Founder Joey Price for his take on the business benefits of offering health insurance. 1. […]

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Publicly traded biotechnology company to add 100 jobs in South Florida

Publicly traded biotechnology company to add 100 jobs in South Florida

The company currently has 250 workers at its Boca Raton campus. Source link

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Hospital system launches investigation after councilman calls for boycott

Hospital system launches investigation after councilman calls for boycott

Councilman Chris Seelbach, who identifies as a gay man, said he won’t be satisfied until a nurse who allegedly made derogatory comments is fired. Source link

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CEO of troubled Chandler drugmaker departs as company winds down operations

CEO of troubled Chandler drugmaker departs as company winds down operations

Six months after taking the job and receiving a $1.1 million cash retention bonus, Andrew Long has stepped down as CEO of Chandler drugmaker Insys Therapeutics Inc., which continues to wind down its operations under bankruptcy protection. Long’s resignation, effective Oct. 23, was mentioned in an Oct. […]

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Why UPMC is working with one of China's biggest companies to manage hospitals

Why UPMC is working with one of China's biggest companies to manage hospitals

About 200 employees of UPMC will be involved in getting the hospitals up and running. Source link

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Nonprofit notes: A new foundation, outside exhibit and STEM programs

Nonprofit notes: A new foundation, outside exhibit and STEM programs

A group of area business leaders have formed a new nonprofit corporation to help fight blood cancers. Against the Storm Foundation Inc. will support causes that improve the health and quality of life of people in need. The organization raises funds through special events and through sales […]

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Fast-growing eSolutions acquires Chicago company

Fast-growing eSolutions acquires Chicago company

Overland Park health technology company eSolutions Inc. announced its acquisition of a Chicago company. It is the second acquisition this year for the fast-growing company. eSolutions bought Medidal, whose software helps health care providers increase reimbursements by spotting missed opportunities. In a decade, Medidal has helped clients […]

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