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A quest for new therapeutics

A quest for new therapeutics

By Sally McMahon Linda Dwoskin, PhD, professor and associate dean of research at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, is leading research on methamphetamine use disorder and working to develop a medication to treat the disorder. We talked to Dwoskin recently about what it takes to develop treatment options and how she works with

COVID-19: Kentucky’s healthcare sector responds to pandemic

By Ben Keeton The COVID-19 crisis has hit Kentucky, shuttering many businesses and disrupting the way of life for millions of Kentuckians. Healthcare facilities, providers and companies across the commonwealth are on the frontline of this battle. Their response is saving lives, flattening the curve and assuring Kentuckians that we will be able to get

Don Rogers with New Vista discusses trends in the behavioral health community

Behavioral health organizations are changing to meet the increasing need for behavioral health services, with more emphasis on person centered approaches and outcome driven services.  We spoke to Don Rogers, chief clinical officer at New Vista. New Vista assists individuals and families in the enhancement of their emotional, mental and physical well-being by providing behavioral

Overcoming loneliness together

By Sara Stevenson With a focus on improving health outcomes in the communities it serves, Humana is in lockstep with medical, policy and grass roots professionals addressing social determinants of health. At the forefront of Humana’s work is research and understanding of loneliness. Loneliness is the quality of relationships within a person’s network and their

HealthConomy: A look inside Humana with William Fleming

As part of an ongoing series, Medical News and the Health Enterprises Network are partnering to tell the healthcare story for the Greater Louisville region. Each month, we will feature an interview with a local healthcare executive as we explore the business of healthcare in our region. This month, we spoke with William Fleming with

Medical News partners with Health Enterprises Network to tell the healthcare story

By Ben Keeton With over 450 companies working in the business of healthcare, Kentucky is often touted as a healthcare hub, especially as it relates to healthcare services and aging care.  From large corporations like Humana and Kindred to start-up companies like RCM Brain and EdjAnalytics, the region is flush with interesting stories and potential

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