This is the first in an on-going series that will look at a wide range of issues, including the economy, infrastructure and manufacturing, facing Tennessee’s […]
Saint Thomas Health has a workaround for its surgical and obstetrics patients ahead of a potential lapse in an anesthesia contract that could ripple across […]
The deal is a byproduct of excess private equity funds sitting around and the stresses piling up on public health care companies — and “quarter-to-quarter obsessions […]
Tennessee lost its reputation as a pragmatic battleground state years ago (in fact, newcomers may not know its history) but this election could put it […]
Programs that expand the size of the workforce will be critical to sustain Nashville’s growth, particularly as the health care sector tries to establish itself […]
The row could mean more surprise bills for patients. Mid-state hospitals “find themselves between a rock and a hard place.” Balance billing is a tough […]
The distinguishing characteristic of Tennessee’s 2019 individual health insurance market may be competition—and geography will matter.
Federal maneuvers are launching health insurance and the popular protection of pre-existing conditions back into public discourse in a significant election year in Tennessee.
The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development presented its findings from a listening tour about what businesses, education and workers need from apprenticeships.
The demand for medical interpreters is increasing.