Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Medcurity: Helping with HIPAA

Spokane-based health care information technology startup Medcurity Inc. has developed and launched a type of secure records compliance platform that the company’s founders claim is already in high demand. ...

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Mental health insurance coverage to broaden soon

Starting Jan. 1, behavioral health services traditionally covered through Medicaid...

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Direct Primary Care offers services through membership model

Matt Dinsmore says he became dissatisfied with the prevailing medical care model after several years...

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Nonprofits, landlords tackle housing affordability

Dozens of landlords and representatives of Spokane County nonprofit agencies ...

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School work: A first look at the Lewis & Clark High School expansion

Spokane Public Schools plans to start work next spring on a $23.4 million addition at Lewis & Clark ...

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Katerra to build 408-unit Liberty Lake complex

Menlo Park, Calif.-based construction company Katerra Inc. is proposing to build 408 units of middle-income multifamily housing on east Country Vista Drive, in Liberty Lake, according to documents filed with the City of Liberty Lake. ...

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Renovations planned for former produce building

Predevelopment plans on file with the City of Spokane show a $500,000 renovation is in store for the former Pacific Fruit & Produce warehouse building at 102 E. Main....

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Fisher Construction grows its Spokane office

Since first opening a satellite office here in March 2015, Burlington, Wash.-based design-build commercial general contractor Fisher Construction Group Inc. has seen significant growth in the Spokane area, says Corey Anderson...

Gonzaga builds new rowing facility near Silver Lake

Gonzaga University is building a new facility for its rowing teams at Silver Lake, near the town of Medical Lake. Valued at $888,208, the 11,232-square-foot facility will include locker rooms and storage, ...

East Central building to become Carl Maxey Center

The Friends of the Black Lens is in the early stages of planning to remodel a building the nonprofit owns in the East Central neighborhood, says Sandy Williams, editor and publisher of Spokane-based independent news publication The Black Lens....

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