The state Medicaid agency will propose cutting provider rates by 25%, a move that will affect more than 46,000 medical providers, along with thousands of low-income Oklahomans that depend on their care.
Cincinnati hospital to fill nearly 500 new jobs | Cincinnati Business Courier
The University of Cincinnati Medical Center intends to hire nearly 200 nurses and almost 300 therapists and technologists to fill newly created jobs, which would boost the size of its workforce by about 9%.
New hospital opens, another announced for growing Houston suburb | Houston Business Journal
A new rehabilitation hospital will be built at The Reserve at Shadow Creek Ranch in Pearland, which also is home the newest location of Houston's largest healthcare system.
Hawaii faces worsening shortage of primary care doctors | Hawaii News Now
Primary care doctors in Hawaii say a host of factors make caring for patients in Hawaii an expensive proposition. Officials estimate that there's a shortage of about 700 doctors statewide.
UPS Healthcare partnership with Louisville Airport looks healthy | Atlanta Business Chronicle
UPS Healthcare – a medical device and medication delivery offshoot of United Parcel Service–operates from a 1.4 million-square-foot facility at Louisville International Airport. Their burgeoning partnership has transformed the Atlanta-based delivery company and provided a positive prognosis for Louisville's booming logistics and healthcare sectors.
Mayo Clinic's New England lab to shut down, cut over 100 employees | Boston Business Journal
The Mayo Clinic’s New England lab will lay off over 100 employees as it closes its site in Andover, Mass. The Andover location is one of three operated by the not-for-profit medical research group; it also has labs in Rochester, Minn., and Jacksonville, Fla., and provides lab testing for hospitals, specialty clinics and other labs.