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TEG Architects releases latest edition in Efficient Design+Productive Care series

TEG Architects releases latest edition in Efficient Design+Productive Care series

By Brandi Jones TEG architects, a local architecture, planning and interior design firm, released their latest edition of the firm’s Efficient Design+Productive Care Series, Optimizing Ambulatory and Medical Office Building Performance: A Study of Patient Flows, Clinical Adjacencies and Branding. This edition takes into consideration the fact that many ambulatory facilities or medical office buildings

Centerstone Appoints Abby Drane Regional Chief Executive Officer

Centerstone, a national leader in behavioral health care, recently announced the selection of Abby Drane, CPA, MBA, as Centerstone’s Kentucky regional chief executive officer, effective Dec. 1. Drane will take over the CEO position recently held by Anthony “Tony” Zipple, Sc.D., MBA, who will be retiring at the end of November. Drane will oversee Centerstone’s

United Health Foundation Awards University of Kentucky

A $1 million grant from the United Health Foundation will enable the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry (UKCD) to launch its “Eradicate Oral Cancer in Eastern Kentucky” project. The three-year project will raise public awareness of the symptoms of oral cancer and its links to heavy alcohol and tobacco use, provide approximately 1,000 oral

Benchmark Litigation 2019 Honors 15 Stites & Harbison Attorneys

The 2019 edition of Benchmark Litigation names 11 Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorneys as “Litigation Stars” and four as “Future Stars” in Kentucky.  The guide honors the firms and attorneys who have demonstrated the ability to consistently handle complex, high-stakes cases in multiple jurisdictions.  Stites & Harbison’s honorees include the following from Kentucky: Litigation Stars

Lucina Health Reduces Early Delivery Rates

Lucina Health, the leading women’s maternity analytics platform announced today they were able to significantly impact preterm birthrates for Passport Health Plan. Identifying and communicating with at-risk mothers as soon as possible is critical to reducing preterm birth rates in the United States. Reducing preterm birth, a national public health priority, can be accomplished by