Conn. hospitals edge toward legal fight with state | (Danbury, Conn.) News-Times
Connecticut hospitals have taken the first step toward a legal battle with the state over a tax they assert is unconstitutional and has cost them tens of millions of dollars in recent years.
Law on ultrasounds reignites abortion battle in North Carolina | New York Times
A law requiring physicians who perform abortions after the 16th week of pregnancy to send data regarding their method for determining gestational age to the state department of health took effect earlier this month. Critics say the controversial law is a means of intimidating physicians who provide abortion services since judgments of gestational age can be inexact.
Another Forest Park hospital files for bankruptcy | Austin (Texas) Business Journal
The owners of Forest Park Medical Center Austin, a new hospital in Williamson County, Texas, that has been vacant since it was finished in 2015, have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to reorganize debt and stay in business.
Arkansas county hopes to build New $21M hospital | Arkansas Business Online
If voters in Crittenden County, Ark., approve a tax measure on March 1, an approximately $21 million hospital will be built to replace the bankrupt Crittenden Regional Hospital, which has been closed since September 2014.
Adirondack Health plans major addition to hospital | North Country Public Radio
Adirondack Health plans to make a major addition and renovation to its hospital in Saranac Lake, N.Y. The healthcare network wants to build a 36,000-square-foot surgical services wing that would cost an estimated $20 million. It's one of two big projects Adirondack Health hopes to break ground on this year.
CoverMyMeds moving to larger location | Crain’s Cleveland Business
CoverMyMeds, a pharmacy software company, is leaving Twinsburg, Ohio, for an office in Highland Hills, Ohio, that’s three times larger than its existing space.
Christ Hospital replaces CFO | Cincinnati Business Courier
The Christ Hospital Health Network has named Scott Hamlin chief financial officer. He replaces Chris Bergman, who had been CFO of the Mount Auburn, Ohio-based hospital for nearly seven years.