A Daily Summary of Healthcare and Business News
05/21/2013 - The Charleston Gazette. By Kate White.
CHARLESTON - A Mercer County jury last week found a doctor responsible for the death of a McDowell County man and awarded his family $1 million.
05/21/2013 - The Dominion Post. By Alex Lang.
MORGANTOWN - WVU’s Nursing program is changing courses on a massive summer tuition and fees hike, saying it did not effectively communicate the increase.
05/21/2013 - Virtual-Strategy Magazine
MORGANTOWN - West Virginia University Hospitals (WVUH) wanted to acquire new technology to improve workflow and patient care in its busy radiology department.
05/21/2013 - The Charleston Daily Mail. By Cheryl Caswell.
CHARLESTON - A judge has suspended the prison sentence for a woman who embezzled more than $57,000 from HealthNet, saying her two children would suffer if she were incarcerated.
05/21/2013 - The Herald-Dispatch. By Beth Hendricks.
HUNTINGTON - Valley Health Systems marked another milestone in serving the health care needs of the Tri-State Monday morning, with a dedication ceremony and ribbon-cutting at its new $8.7 million, 24,000-square-foot East Huntington location on U.S. 60 in Huntington.
05/21/2013 - The State Journal. By Andrea Lannom.
CHARLESTON - Don Arnwine, the national director for McManis Consulting, says he uses the "media test" to find out the efficiency of a company's board of directors.
05/20/2013 - The Times West Virginian. By Mary Wade Burnside.
FAIRMONT - Amy Unger, a speech language pathologist, once had a 3-year-old autistic patient who had trouble speaking. The boy had echolalia, in which he would repeat what other people said, but he could not express himself. That changed after Unger worked with him.