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Ozarks Community Hospital withdraws federal appeal

After a year of attempted appeals, OCH officials have withdrawn their inquiries with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Full-time employees are losing hours of sleep every night; for millions, it’s chronic.

Protect your company against fraud. Summer Massey, Loan Manager at Arvest Bank and Kala Forehand, Treasury Management Adviser at Arvest Bank, have tips to guard against internal and external fraud in …

Medical Consulting Group adds compliance services almost 30 years into business.

Jay Guffey starts Monday as CEO of Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Springfield, an employee confirms.

John C. Goodman and Dr. Ed Weisbart will answer the question in a pro-con style debate April 9 at Drury University.

Dr. Alan Scarrow is not on the team, implemented after the firings of a dozen employees over safety concerns.

The college is seeking $6.6 million to make facility improvements and raise its student cap.

Health care and technology jobs dominate the top 20 through 2019, according to state estimates.

Local screening of a prescription drug documentary spurs conversation on health care costs.

Jay Rasmussen, General Manager with Ameripride, says they lowered their turnover rate nearly 50% in a year's time.

Features Editor Hanna Smith interviews the new CEO of Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital.

CoxHealth is growing its employment ranks through hires inside and outside the Springfield market as a nursing shortage continues nationwide.

Harvard University’s Grant Study says cultivating an environment of compassion and caring between employees is vital.

Dr. Norm Shealy promotes Dr. Sergey Sorin to CEO of the company.

Features Editor Hanna Smith interviews the assistant director of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, culinary, education, health care and municipal.

Economic, education and workforce development efforts are top of mind.

Kevin Gipson will exit the organization in November after 24 years.

Springfield companies look toward creating a healthy work culture, increasing productivity and saving money.

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