Dr. Kyle Keeney on 340B: ‘Health care system works best when all sides play by the rules’ Monday, Apr 14 2014 

By Dr. Kyle Keeney America’s healthcare industry should be united behind the mission of providing the best possible care to every citizen. Whether it is a nurse in a rural clinic, a doctor in a major urban hospital, or a … Continue reading

Friday Business Wrap: Louisville Metro gov is No. 2 Medicare biller at $12 million Friday, Apr 11 2014 

Jeez, is the week already over? We were just starting to have fun …. Rather than sit on what we know till the next Monday Business Briefing, we’re bringing you the Friday Business Wrap, an end-of-week update that we hope will … Continue reading

Fun with data! Find out how much Medicare pays your doc Wednesday, Apr 9 2014 

Ah, more fun with data! Doctors groups fought this, but the feds prevailed. So, today, Medicare’s database of $77 billion in payments to more than 880,000 physicians across the United States is open to anyone who’s interested in what those … Continue reading

Monday Business Briefing: Will Angel’s Envy fly away to Bacardi? Monday, Apr 7 2014 

Welcome to the April 7 Monday Business Briefing. This is your private business intelligence briefing with Insider Louisville staff and contributors vetting tips collected during the past few days, hours and minutes before we post. A reminder: This afternoon, our … Continue reading

Kaiser Health News: Burnt out primary care docs are voting with their feet Saturday, Apr 5 2014 

By Roni Caryn Rabin, Kaiser Health News This KHN story was produced in collaboration with  Janis Finer, 57, a popular primary care physician in Tulsa, Okla., gave up her busy practice two years ago to care full time for hospitalized patients. … Continue reading

Thursday Biz Wrap: Consumer Reports rates Kentuckiana Medical Center No. 1 for patient safety Thursday, Apr 3 2014 

Since the weekend now starts on Thursday, who wants to wait till Friday for business news, right? And rather than sit on what we know till the next Monday Business Briefing, we’re bringing you the Thursday Biz Wrap, an end-of-week … Continue reading

Space Mice, Chix in Space, CSI fingerprinting tech, and more from 25 years of Techshot Friday, Mar 28 2014 

Just 10 miles north of downtown Louisville, a Floyds Knobs-based company is doing sci-fi kinds of science for real. Rich Boling, vice president of Techshot, invited me to tour the facilities and talk tech, and before I knew it, two … Continue reading

KHN Daily Report: Contraception coverage goes to Supreme Court, last call for insurance under ACA Tuesday, Mar 25 2014 

This is part of Kaiser Health News’ Daily Report — a summary of health policy coverage from more than 300 news organizations. The full summary of the day’s news can be found here and you can sign up for email … Continue reading

Monday Business Briefing: Brown-Forman has started planning for Whiskey Row urban bourbon attraction Monday, Mar 24 2014 

Welcome to the March 24 Monday Business Briefing. This is your private business intelligence briefing with Insider Louisville staff and contributors vetting tips collected during the past few days, hours and minutes before we post. A reminder: This afternoon, Insiders … Continue reading

You Don’t Have To Go To Ukraine To Get Arrested For Protesting If You Live In Georgia! Wednesday, Mar 19 2014 

We hear a lot about folks being arrested for protesting in Ukraine. Well Ukraine you ain’t got nothin’ on us. This is America and folks get arrested here for protesting all of the time.   

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Thirty-nine people were arrested at the Georgia state capitol in Atlanta Tuesday as a coalition of organizations under the "Moral Mondays" banner urged state legislators to allow Gov. Nathan Deal (R) to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. Read more.

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