New U.S. Census Bureau data signaled a tight labor market and competition are pushing up some Nashville-area wages, but affordability remains a regional challenge.
A long-running study in low income Nashville neighborhoods found how challenging it is to intervene in young children’s lives to prevent obesity.
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 Middle Tennessee.
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 aren’t ideal for turning the battleship.”
How people use the internet — particularly search — fundamentally upended the ways journalism travels to readers. New ideas, courage and patience are needed.
Some of Nashville’s successful (and now former) health care entrepreneurs share mistakes they made in the early days of building their company.
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 back into play.
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Health:Further’s David Shifrin invited me on ‘The Future of Health’ podcast to talk about the BirdDog experiment and Nashville’s health care industry from an observer’s perspective.