Author Archives: Sally McMahon

Business for Breakfast Controlling the Cost of Healthcare

Business for Breakfast Controlling the Cost of Healthcare

August 21, 2014 Registration/Breakfast: 7:30 am – 8:00 am Education Session: 8:00 am – 9:00 am Hardin Memorial Hospital In this education session, healthcare decision makers will learn more about the current state of healthcare including the challenges businesses are facing as they begin to address financial issues brought on by the Affordable Healthcare Act.

UK, Norton Expand Research and Educational Collaborations to Improve Healthcare

UK HealthCare and Norton Healthcare are building upon their history of collaboration to expand research and educational collaborations between the two institutions, with the goal of improving health and healthcare for all Kentuckians. Beginning July 1, educational and research initiatives between UK and Norton will be lead by Dr. Stephen Wyatt, who most recently served

ARGI opens Michigan office, preps for Louisville construction

ARGI Financial Group, a Louisville, Kentucky-based wealth management firm, announced its expansion to include its fifth location in Grand Rapids, MI. Regional growth has been a longtime goal for ARGI, and the Midwest is where they are expanding their footprint. Their other locations, in addition to their headquarters in Louisville, include an office in Bowling

UK Superfund Research Center Receives $12.2 Million Federal Grant

The University of Kentucky has received a $12.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue its work to better understand and minimize negative health and environmental impacts from hazardous waste sites. The Nutrition and Superfund Chemical Toxicity grant funded through the NIH’s National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is administered through the

Learning leadership

When medicine meets leadership everything changes: culture, care, collaboration, results. By Fred Williams, MD and Fred Beattie, MD Physician leadership training is all the rage at the moment, with health systems, for-profit companies and government agencies sponsoring daylong, week-long and in some cases designations and degrees on the subject. Many are good repositories of information for physicians to comprehend and learn the necessary skills to become “leaders”. But