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On the Move: Sunday, May 24, 2015
West Florida Healthcare would like to recognize all clinical personnel for the strength, commitment, and compassion they demonstrate every day to their patients and families.
Going Places: May 25, 2015
ACADEMY OF MEDICINE OF CLEVELAND AND NORTHERN OHIO: Victor M. Bello, M.D., (Complete Eye Care Inc.) received the Education Foundation Philanthropy Award; Stanton L. Gerson, M.D.
Reporters' Notebook: May 25, 2015
Fairview Park-based WXZ Development Inc. announced it plans to start construction within the month on its 118 Flats-Oval project.
Biosimilar drugs may curb health care costs
The first biosimilar drug approved for the U.S. market has put the spotlight on how such medications could help employers with their ongoing health care cost battle, while biologic-drug makers are fighting biosimilars in court. Biosimilars are “closely ...
Share and Share She Likes
In one of “Peers Inc.'s” most radical proposals, Chase suggests that when so many people are self-employed, health insurance, worker's compensation, retirement savings accounts and other safety net benefits that traditionally have been tied to a full ...
It's Your Business
Items for It's Your Business can be submitted online at, by email to or by mail to The Topeka Capital-Journal, 616 S.E.
Notre Dame can't skip birth control part of Obamacare: court
The university self-insures its employees, but the school uses Meritain Health Inc. to administer the plan and Aetna Inc. to provide health insurance to students and staff. Notre Dame is among more than a dozen schools and religious nonprofits that ...
Federal court rejects Notre Dame birth control challenge  South Bend Tribune
CVS Chief Bets Big on Health Care Thrust With Omnicare Deal
CVS Health Corp. Chief Executive Officer Larry Merlo is betting billions that nursing-home pharmacy operator Omnicare Inc. can further his efforts to transform the drugstore chain into a dominant health-care player. Under Merlo, who took the helm in ...
20 local hospitals losing money: Report
Fiscal 2014 was another year of mixed financial results for general acute-care hospitals in the Philadelphia region, with 27 recording profits and 20 losing money.
GEU has history of disagreements with university over wages, benefits
That was until last summer, when the insurance provider, Aetna Inc., no longer provided the same benefits. MSU administration said it was because of the increased costs associated with the Affordable Care Act. More of the healthcare costs were then ...