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Nashville health care startup inks deal with Chick-fil-A

Nashville health care startup inks deal with Chick-fil-A

Nashville-based Wellview Health is expected to more than double its revenue in 2020, thanks in part to a new high-profile client. Wellview has inked a deal with Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A to provide health care engagement services to the fast-food company’s corporate employees, Wellview CEO James Story said; terms […]

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Icon Ventures-backed Nomad aims to shakeup healthcare staffing

Icon Ventures-backed Nomad aims to shakeup healthcare staffing

The N.Y.C.-based startup claims to be the first-to-market company that brings modern-day recruiting tools to the healthcare space. Source link

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Health roundup: Expanded EMT training; a new cancer center; and top nursing homes

Health roundup: Expanded EMT training; a new cancer center; and top nursing homes

An EMT training program in Buffalo has expanded nationwide after local successes. American Medical Response (AMR) in Buffalo will be recognized in November at the American Ambulance Association conference for its Earn While You Learn program. The company is part of New York private equity firm KKR, […]

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Laura DiBella talks Nassau County's struggle to keep pace with growth

Laura DiBella talks Nassau County's struggle to keep pace with growth

DiBella last day with Nassau County is October 31st. Source link

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New pediatric specialty center opens in South County

New pediatric specialty center opens in South County

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital has completed a new, $9.25 million facility in south St. Louis County that houses a variety of pediatric specialty health care services. The 15,000-square-foot facility, at 13000 Butler Crest Drive, was designed and constructed by Lawrence Group. The seventh such center, […]

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New Sixteenth Street clinic to address south side needs

New Sixteenth Street clinic to address south side needs

Dental care and a pharmacy at a clinic are two services lacking on Milwaukee’s near south side, and the president and CEO of Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers believes a new clinic will address those needs as well as adding more primary care. Source link

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CEO reveals tips for employers and employees to control their health care costs (podcast)

CEO reveals tips for employers and employees to control their health care costs (podcast)

Having a strategic benefits package is important when it comes to attracting and retaining employees. But some employees don’t understand what their benefits are or the value of their health care policy. “When employees don’t understand their benefits, they end up using them incorrectly,” says Rachel Sapoznik, […]

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Outcome Health pays $70 million in fraud settlement

Outcome Health pays $70 million in fraud settlement

Outcome Health has agreed to pay $70 million as a result of a Department of Justice fraud investigation that determined that the Chicago tech company intentionally deceived clients about the quality and quantity of its advertising. The DOJ announced Wednesday that Outcome has agreed to a resolution where […]

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The week in bankruptcies: Riverbend Foods LLC, Hometown Apothecary Drugs Inc. and 1 more.

The week in bankruptcies: Riverbend Foods LLC, Hometown Apothecary Drugs Inc. and 1 more.

Pittsburgh area bankruptcy courts recorded three business filings – including one with total debt above $1 million – during the week that ended October 25, 2019. Year to date through October 25, 2019, the court recorded 67 Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 business bankruptcy filings, an 8 […]

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Florida Orthopaedic agrees to corrective actions with US Department of Health

Florida Orthopaedic agrees to corrective actions with US Department of Health

The complaint claims a Florida Orthopaedic surgeon made an “offensive” comment related to the patient’s HIV status and then refused to perform their scheduled surgery. Florida Orthopaedic refutes the claim. Source link

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