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2 local deaths linked to Hep A outbreak, says public health officials
 The recent deaths of two area people who had hepatitis A concerns local health officials, who are worried about a year-long outbreak that has killed seven in Ohio and hospitalized more than 1,000. Clark County Combined Health District reported Thursday that the deaths of two people in the county were related to the highly contagious viral...

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The recent deaths of two area people who had hepatitis A concerns local health officials, who are worried about a year-long outbreak that has killed seven in Ohio and hospitalized more than 1,000. Clark County Combined Health District reported Thursday that the deaths of two people in the county were related to the highly contagious viral...
Ohio AG says state owed $15.8M from pharmacy benefit manager
 The Ohio Attorney General is arguing the state is owed $15.8 million from a company that manages pharmacy benefits for Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation — an accusation that the company says is “without merit.” The allegation comes amid growing tensions between Gov. Mike DeWine’s administration and pharmacy...

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The Ohio Attorney General is arguing the state is owed $15.8 million from a company that manages pharmacy benefits for Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation — an accusation that the company says is “without merit.” The allegation comes amid growing tensions between Gov. Mike DeWine’s administration and pharmacy...
Premier CEO named among top women in health care
 Premier Health president and CEO Mary Boosalis has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of its 2019 Top 25 Women Leaders. The program recognizes female health care executives from across the country every two years, acknowledging executives who are influencing policy and care delivery models nationwide. MORE: Google affiliate confirms...

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Premier Health president and CEO Mary Boosalis has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of its 2019 Top 25 Women Leaders. The program recognizes female health care executives from across the country every two years, acknowledging executives who are influencing policy and care delivery models nationwide. MORE: Google affiliate confirms...
Hospital names new board president
 Upper Valley Medical Center has named a new president of the Troy hospital’s board of directors. Steve Staley, with Koverman Staley Dickerson Insurance Agency, was named the new board chairman, succeeding Craig Bundschuh. Upper Valley is a top employer in Miami County and is part of Dayton-based Premier Health. Staley, a Piqua resident...

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Upper Valley Medical Center has named a new president of the Troy hospital’s board of directors. Steve Staley, with Koverman Staley Dickerson Insurance Agency, was named the new board chairman, succeeding Craig Bundschuh. Upper Valley is a top employer in Miami County and is part of Dayton-based Premier Health. Staley, a Piqua resident...
Payless received tax incentives to open local distribution center
 A Brookville Payless distribution center that’s future is in doubt was hailed by state and local officials when the $25 million site opened a decade ago with the help of tax incentives. Now Payless is closing all of its stores and plans to file for its second bankruptcy. While the shoe retailer has still not answered questions about...

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A Brookville Payless distribution center that’s future is in doubt was hailed by state and local officials when the $25 million site opened a decade ago with the help of tax incentives. Now Payless is closing all of its stores and plans to file for its second bankruptcy. While the shoe retailer has still not answered questions about...
Bill would pave way for program for families in crisis
 A bill under consideration by the Ohio General Assembly would create a framework for programs allowing a parent in crisis to request that their children be temporarily placed with a “host family.” Such programs already operate in the state. This would clarify that they’re legal, heading off potential problems. The nonprofit...

Posted: 5 days ago

A bill under consideration by the Ohio General Assembly would create a framework for programs allowing a parent in crisis to request that their children be temporarily placed with a “host family.” Such programs already operate in the state. This would clarify that they’re legal, heading off potential problems. The nonprofit...
Dayton water outage described as ‘nearly catastrophic’: What we know
 Officials are still working to learn what caused a break in a water line on Wednesday that led to an unprecedented water outage across Montgomery County. By Friday afternoon, the boil water advisory was lifted for all communities affected by the water emergency, which Dayton City Manager Shelley Dickstein described as “near catastrophic...

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Officials are still working to learn what caused a break in a water line on Wednesday that led to an unprecedented water outage across Montgomery County. By Friday afternoon, the boil water advisory was lifted for all communities affected by the water emergency, which Dayton City Manager Shelley Dickstein described as “near catastrophic...
Boil water advisory over, officials still investigating cause
 Officials are still working to learn what caused a break in a water line on Wednesday that led to an unprecedented water outage across Montgomery County. By Friday afternoon, the boil water advisory was lifted for all communities affected by the water emergency, which Dayton City Manager Shelley Dickstein described as “near catastrophic...

Posted: 7 days ago

Officials are still working to learn what caused a break in a water line on Wednesday that led to an unprecedented water outage across Montgomery County. By Friday afternoon, the boil water advisory was lifted for all communities affected by the water emergency, which Dayton City Manager Shelley Dickstein described as “near catastrophic...
Water outage: Dayton and Montgomery County cancel boil advisories 
 A Wednesday water outage say the City of Dayton lose 2.52 million gallons of water in 10 minutes. During a Friday afternoon press conference, City Manager Shelley Dickstein said that the city is unable to say what caused the break until river levels drop and it can be accessed better. It is not clear how much the water needs to recede...

Posted: 10 days ago

A Wednesday water outage say the City of Dayton lose 2.52 million gallons of water in 10 minutes. During a Friday afternoon press conference, City Manager Shelley Dickstein said that the city is unable to say what caused the break until river levels drop and it can be accessed better. It is not clear how much the water needs to recede...
Ratings agency says Premier Health faces challenges
 A ratings agency has lowered its bond rating for Dayton-based Premier Health in part because it said the company will face operating challenges in the coming year stemming from the closure of Good Samaritan Hospital and from the eight months the health network spent out of network with UnitedHealthcare during 2017. Moody’s Investors...

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A ratings agency has lowered its bond rating for Dayton-based Premier Health in part because it said the company will face operating challenges in the coming year stemming from the closure of Good Samaritan Hospital and from the eight months the health network spent out of network with UnitedHealthcare during 2017. Moody’s Investors...
Investor plans $1M office update, wants to buy more properties
 A $1 million renovation is bringing an outdated office building back to life in Riverside. The new owner of the Claypool Building at 4130 Linden Ave. is banking on updates like new paint, and landscaping to attract more tenants. The building will be renamed the Claypool Office Suites. For now, the building is about 30 percent occupied and...

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A $1 million renovation is bringing an outdated office building back to life in Riverside. The new owner of the Claypool Building at 4130 Linden Ave. is banking on updates like new paint, and landscaping to attract more tenants. The building will be renamed the Claypool Office Suites. For now, the building is about 30 percent occupied and...
Opioid battle in region getting boost from big data
 A big tech power is coming to Dayton through the most ambitious project yet undertaken by a healthcare affiliate of Google — tackling the opioid crisis. Verily - a company formerly known as Google Life Sciences - announced this week it is planning to operate an opioid rehab campus, to be called OneFifteen, through a partnership with...

Posted: 13 days ago

A big tech power is coming to Dayton through the most ambitious project yet undertaken by a healthcare affiliate of Google — tackling the opioid crisis. Verily - a company formerly known as Google Life Sciences - announced this week it is planning to operate an opioid rehab campus, to be called OneFifteen, through a partnership with...
Premier Health seeks to hire teens
 Premier Health, the Dayton region’s largest private employer, is now recruiting teenagers as employees. The Dayton-based health network said in a statement that it’s “a new step for a health care system, which traditionally has filled many of its positions with individuals over the age of 18.” The announcement comes...

Posted: 13 days ago

Premier Health, the Dayton region’s largest private employer, is now recruiting teenagers as employees. The Dayton-based health network said in a statement that it’s “a new step for a health care system, which traditionally has filled many of its positions with individuals over the age of 18.” The announcement comes...
Google affiliate confirms plans for Dayton addiction treatment project
 A health care startup affiliated with Google is working with local hospital networks to launch a nonprofit in Dayton to treat opioid addiction. The new organization is called OneFifteen and will have a behavioral health treatment center, rehabilitation housing and wrap-around services. Premier Health and Kettering Health Network, the two...

Posted: 17 days ago

A health care startup affiliated with Google is working with local hospital networks to launch a nonprofit in Dayton to treat opioid addiction. The new organization is called OneFifteen and will have a behavioral health treatment center, rehabilitation housing and wrap-around services. Premier Health and Kettering Health Network, the two...
Ohio to rebid costly private Medicaid contracts
 Gov. Mike DeWine wants to rebid the state’s contracts with private health insurance companies that manage billions of dollars of Medicaid benefits. About 1 in 4 Ohioans — 2.8 million people — are covered by Medicaid, which has a $28.2 billion budget for fiscal year 2019. The low-income insurance program is funded with a...

Posted: 17 days ago

Gov. Mike DeWine wants to rebid the state’s contracts with private health insurance companies that manage billions of dollars of Medicaid benefits. About 1 in 4 Ohioans — 2.8 million people — are covered by Medicaid, which has a $28.2 billion budget for fiscal year 2019. The low-income insurance program is funded with a...
Grandview Medical Center expands ER
 Grandview Medical Center has finished a $20 million expansion of its emergency department. Kettering Health Network, parent company of Grandview, announced it would expand emergency services at the Dayton hospital because it anticipated more patients once nearby Good Samaritan Hospital closed. The 405 W. Grand Ave. hospital held a ribbon...

Posted: 17 days ago

Grandview Medical Center has finished a $20 million expansion of its emergency department. Kettering Health Network, parent company of Grandview, announced it would expand emergency services at the Dayton hospital because it anticipated more patients once nearby Good Samaritan Hospital closed. The 405 W. Grand Ave. hospital held a ribbon...
Catholic group with ownership stake in Premier completes mega-merger
 Catholic Health Initiatives, which owns a 22 percent stake in Dayton-based Premier Health, has completed its merger with Dignity Health. The newly merged system is called CommonSpirit Health and is a 700 location health network spanning 21 states, which had a combined revenue of $29.2 billion in fiscal year 2018, according to a press release...

Posted: 18 days ago

Catholic Health Initiatives, which owns a 22 percent stake in Dayton-based Premier Health, has completed its merger with Dignity Health. The newly merged system is called CommonSpirit Health and is a 700 location health network spanning 21 states, which had a combined revenue of $29.2 billion in fiscal year 2018, according to a press release...
Dayton Children’s opens new Troy outpatient office
 A new medical office in Troy will have outpatient services for children. Dayton Children’s Hospital opened the 865 W. Market St. office on Monday, following a $3.5 million remodel of the building. The office will have lab testing, imaging, and specialties such as cardiology, endocrinology, orthopaedics, occupational therapy, physical...

Posted: 18 days ago

A new medical office in Troy will have outpatient services for children. Dayton Children’s Hospital opened the 865 W. Market St. office on Monday, following a $3.5 million remodel of the building. The office will have lab testing, imaging, and specialties such as cardiology, endocrinology, orthopaedics, occupational therapy, physical...
Real estate agency to move office to vacant Dayton church
 A growing real estate brokerage plans to turn a former Dayton church into its new office. Glasshouse Realty Group, now in the Oregon District, is moving to a vacant church in the St. Anne’s neighborhood, according to Mo Zahedi, who is one of the partners that bought the building. “We wanted to stay downtown and stay urban,&rdquo...

Posted: 19 days ago

A growing real estate brokerage plans to turn a former Dayton church into its new office. Glasshouse Realty Group, now in the Oregon District, is moving to a vacant church in the St. Anne’s neighborhood, according to Mo Zahedi, who is one of the partners that bought the building. “We wanted to stay downtown and stay urban,&rdquo...
Dayton hospital buys neighboring building
 Miami Valley Hospital bought an empty store on Brown Street for $200,000, further expanding the Dayton hospital’s real estate footprint. A hospital spokeswoman confirmed the purchase of 860 Brown St. and said there are no immediate plans to develop the property. The building was formerly home to Brown Oak Antiques, which announced two...

Posted: 19 days ago

Miami Valley Hospital bought an empty store on Brown Street for $200,000, further expanding the Dayton hospital’s real estate footprint. A hospital spokeswoman confirmed the purchase of 860 Brown St. and said there are no immediate plans to develop the property. The building was formerly home to Brown Oak Antiques, which announced two...
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