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Health care providers debut new clinics for primary, urgent care (access required)

After a warm reception for its recently opened pediatric/urgent care clinic concept on Eagle Road, Primary Health Medical Group is ramping up for even more locations in the Treasure Valley. Other players are also looking to stake their claims for ...

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New program helps ex-offenders return to work (access required)

A new reentry program in Boise aims to help ex-offenders overcome the stigma of a criminal record and land gainful employment. St. Vincent de Paul of Southwest Idaho recently launched a reentry service center to help those who are returning ...

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How did business fare in the 2019 Idaho Legislature? (access required)

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With both a bang – of a gavel – and with a whimper, both houses of the Idaho Legislature adjourned sine die at 4:20 p.m. on April 11, completing some business priorities but leaving others undone. “This was a difficult ...

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Cybersecurity is getting more complex (access required)

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Companies are learning that there’s more to security than installing antivirus software and calling it good. None of the work in information technology security is “set it and forget it” – instead, it’s an ongoing process, said Hunter Ferguson, a ...

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Pass It On: Johnson & Johnson research director Dr. William Hait

Dr. William Hait learned early on how to build and coach a team. He is global director of external innovation and other research across Johnson & Johnson’s prescription drug, medical device and consumer health businesses. Before joining Johnson & Johnson, ...

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Meridian psychiatric hospital adds new service (access required)

Cottonwood Creek Behavioral Hospital in Meridian has amplified its services — and its business model — to include a new Intensive Outpatient Program, a flexible way of providing care so adults can continue with their regular family and work commitments, said a ...

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