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Maker of software for pathologists lands $2.6 million

Earlier this month, Dan Roark, CEO of Spokane-based Gestalt Diagnostics LLC, helped close on $2.6 million in financing from Inland Imaging Investments Inc., Inland Imaging PS, and angel investment funding from Kick-Start III and the Spokane Angel Alliance...

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Spokane Guilds’ School agrees to buy former St. Joseph property

The Spokane Guilds’ School & Neuromuscular Center says it’s in the midst of finalizing its purch...

Luncheon raises $120K for Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

The 12th annual Kids at Heart lunch, held Feb. 28, raised more than $120,000, after expenses, to exp...

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Family Home Care hires 100 new staff members

Liberty Lake–based in-home care provider Family Home Care has seen significant growth recently and...

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Group Health moves into future under Kaiser name

Changes are once again coming for Seattle-based health carrier Group Health Cooperative, following i...

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Two big behavioral health projects get rolling in Spokane

Behavioral health providers have started work on two new facilities that, when up and running, are expected to expand psychiatric services here dramatically. Providence Health & Services has started clearing a site on the lower South Hill for a $34 milli...

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Virtual care options expand in Spokane as demand grows

While resting in her Cheney home, Robin Allen turned to her smartphone for a face-to-face video chat with a nurse practitioner to discuss a recent infection. Within a 10-minute virtual exam, Allen received a diagnosis of pink eye. She didn’t feel well ...

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More construction anticipated on WSU Spokane campus

Washington State University Spokane will be humming with new activity this year, both in construction and in medical education, on its health sciences-focused campus in the University District east of downtown. On the construction side, Garco Constructio...

UW puts focus on new physician training model

Two issues that dominate today’s health care landscape across the country also affect Eastern Washington: a rapidly changing health care environment, and an increasing demand for more primary-care physicians, especially in rural and underserved communit...

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Integrating rural mental health, primary care in Newport

Newport Hospital & Health Services and Pend Oreille County Counseling Services started working collaboratively in 2009 to support crisis mental health intervention better within our community. Recognizing that shared community need, we realized our orga...

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