Author Archives: Sally McMahon

Cedar Lake Acquires Five HUD Homes

Cedar Lake Acquires Five HUD Homes

Cedar Lake, a non-profit care provider for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has acquired five Housing and Urban Development (HUD) homes located in Jefferson County. Cedar Lake Residences (CLR) moved clients into two of the homes in mid-July, and will move additional CLR clients in the other three homes over the next several months. The

Expanding Cancer Treatment Options across Eastern Kentucky

By Allison Perry UK Now Eastern Kentucky faces some of the highest rates of cancer incidence and mortality in the nation, but two hospitals in the Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) system are stepping up the fight against cancer. Williamson ARH Hospital in South Williamson, Ky. and Harlan ARH Hospital have announced a new affiliation with

ZirMed Announces Five Strategic Partnerships

ZirMed, a provider of clinical and business performance management technology, announced five new strategic partnerships with JASE Health, HAS-Software, AmeriCare, medQ, Inc. and Scorpion Healthcare.  •JASE Health, a provider of technology consulting services, is helping ZirMed enhance integration for Cerner clients and providing referrals support at the enterprise level.  •HAS-Software, a provider of homecare accounting

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