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Medical diagnostics developer prime for growth

Before the arrival of COVID-19, privately held Spokane-based biotechnology company GenPrime Inc. started developing a digital reader and mobile application that could read diagnostic tests more quickly and accurately. Now, between the pandemic and ...

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Long-Term Insurance, Short Term Confusion

Some long-term care insurance providers here say Washington state has placed them in a confusing and...

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Harvard Park GM counters retirement home misperceptions

Harvard Park Retirement Residence LLC general manager Dave Workman has occupied his current position...

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Inland Imaging, St. Mary partner

Spokane-based Inland Imaging has partnered with Providence St. Mary Medical Center to provide ...

Paula Dillon Mays physical therapy offices sold

A group of Spokane-based physical therapy clinics has changed hands. Bryce Schwendiman acquired ...

Journal’s View: ARP funds provide regional transformative opportunity

Government leaders here are faced with the enormous task of deciding what to do with more than $200 million in American Rescue Plan funding coming collectively to Spokane County, the cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley, school districts, and other local ...

Clearing fuels from our forests urgently needed

Massive forest fires in western parts of our country are not only choking us with layers of thick smoke but are leaving behind millions of acres of scorched hillsides, ridges, and valleys. According to the Arbor Day Foundation, record wildfire seasons ...

Staff vaccinations below goals at nursing homes

One in five nursing home facilities throughout the U.S. meets the threshold of having at least 75% of staff fully vaccinated, AARP has found. According to AARP’s latest release of its Nursing Home COVID-19 Dashboard, which incorporates new data on...

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Diversity, equity, inclusion enters the C-suite

Executive-level diversity positions are growing in prominence and scope as organizations adapt their culture to changing social attitudes, some Inland Northwest executives say. ...

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COR Institute opens collaborative medical office

The Center of Rehabilitation Institute LLC has opened at 501 S. Bernard, in the former Fidelity Insurance building, as a home for a variety of medical treatments to offer a one-stop shop for wellness, says co-owners Armand and Maile Mohsenian....

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