Pharmacists who synthesize drugs fear rise of regulation
State and federal authorities agreed that things got out of hand when the New England Compounding Center produced mass quantities of contaminated injectable steroids linked to more than 50 deaths among hundreds of cases of meningitis last fall.
Charles Portis has a handle on reality. In his novels, there’s always some character tinkering with a gasoline engine, it seems. Portis knows how we live.
Arkansas plans to expand its “episodes of care” approach for health-care-cost containment to as many as 100 medical conditions in the next few years, according to Rhonda Hill, director of health-care finance for Arkansas Center for Health Improvement.
Hotel firm to have 10 properties in central Arkansas
Signs came down and others went up and on May 1 Little Rock’s dominant hotel, the Peabody, became the Marriott.
I am carefully making my way through vines with very sharp thorns as I inspect the pines along the creek. I am looking for signs of beaver damage.
Revitalization is the watchword for Little Rock’s Main Street. Turning old, abandoned retail buildings into living and entertainment space is what Main is all about these days.
Little Rock Medical Associates will build a four-story, 72,000-square-foot building just west of the Doctors Hospital Building and will tear down that structure for further expansion in the future, as well as for parking.
Medical testing’s loss is a fitness club’s gain.
Sean Cullers, Jon Stone and Flynn Smith, who opened The Independent last fall, are certainly doing their part to revive and reinvent the look of the early ’60s with its tight suits and lightly padded shoulders.
Dominance of Blue Cross will get federal court study
Lawsuits filed in federal court in Arkansas against Blue Cross and Blue Shield rely heavily on the history of the organization, which, they argue, evolved into a monopoly that has allowed 38 companies operating under the brand to dominate markets and drive up premiums.