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Designing for physical therapy (access required)

Opening a physical therapy (PT) practice involves managing a lot of moving parts. Therapists must determine their methodology in treating patients, figure out what kind of team they want to work with them, and above all, understand that working with ...

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Recent and future hospital construction projects in Idaho (access required)

Read More Construction News The surge and ebb of the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t stop Idaho’s hospitals from starting, finishing or planning construction and renovation projects for 2021 and 2022. The Idaho Business Review (IBR) surveyed the state’s hospitals for developing ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ 360 Behavioral Health cuts ribbon for first Idaho location (access required)

Read More Business News 360 Behavioral Health cut the ribbon for its new location in Meridian and first facility in Idaho on Thursday during a grand-opening celebration open to community members. Guests were able to tour the facility, at 2549 ...

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Housing medical technology (access required)

Health care facilities used to just worry about beds. Now, as health care has become more high-tech, they need to worry not only about beds, but also about linear accelerators, radiation and giant magnets. Certainly, adding new technology means increased ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Boise opens grants for expanded mental health services (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines Boise Mayor Lauren McLean and Boise City Council have approved $2 million in American Rescue Plan funding for mental health care. Grant applications for organizations to provide expanded mental health services are now open. The money ...

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ISU Institute for Rural Health puts focus on suicide prevention training for community members via AmeriCorps program (access required)

Idaho State University’s (ISU) Institute for Rural Health (IRH) has received more than $1.4 million to expand public health across Idaho. Through this federal funding, the university’s Gem State Public Health AmeriCorps (GSPHA) program will partner with public health organizations ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Saint Alphonsus takes top national honors for social responsibility (access required)

Read More about St. Alphonsus Two Treasure Valley hospitals made the Lown Institute’s top-10 in the nation list for social responsibility. The Saint Alphonsus Medical Center-Nampa ranked eighth and the Saint Alphonsus Medical Center-Ontario ranked ninth. The rankings use 53 ...

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