A Daily Summary of Healthcare and Business News
04/30/2013 - The Dominion Post. By Alex Lang.
MORGANTOWN - Suggested Medicare funding cuts could have a big impact on graduate medical education in Morgantown, according to WVU Health Sciences officials.
04/30/2013 - The Inter Mountain. By Katie Kuba.
ELKINS - Throughout 2012 and during the first part of 2013, hospitals across the region have expanded their facilities and services to meet the health care needs of central West Virginians, many of whom live in hard-to-reach rural areas.
04/30/2013 - The Exponent Telegram. By Erin Beck.
CLARKSBURG - Job opportunities for respiratory therapists are growing throughout West Virginia, according to projections from WorkForce West Virginia
04/30/2013 - The Associated Press
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's medical school is acquiring more space for research and development.
04/30/2013 - Metro News. By Jennifer Smith.
CHARLESTON - The West Virginia affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation handed out nearly $275,000 in grant money on Monday. It went to nine organizations across the state that fight breast cancer.
04/30/2013 - Bloomberg News
WASHINGTON, DC - Hospitals will get a pay raise from the U.S. government for treating patients in the nation’s Medicare program.
04/30/2013 - The Charaleston Gazette. By Eric Eyre.
CHARLESTON - A national organization that ranks West Virginia as the second worst "judicial hellhole" in America is raving about Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.