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Small Dayton hospital could go out of business
 A physician-owned hospital in Dayton — which has been locked in an anti-trust lawsuit for years against Premier Health hospitals — might now have to close not because of competition but because of a change in the way the federal government defines what’s a “hospital.” Federal regulators no longer consider Medical...

Posted: 25 days ago

A physician-owned hospital in Dayton — which has been locked in an anti-trust lawsuit for years against Premier Health hospitals — might now have to close not because of competition but because of a change in the way the federal government defines what’s a “hospital.” Federal regulators no longer consider Medical...
Growth of veganism boosts Dayton chef’s business
 A Dayton chef said she wants to help people think more deeply about the food they eat through her vegan personal chef business, which has been tapping into the growing popularity of plant-based eating. Chef Da’Ves Malone, owner of Sprouting Dreams LLC, said she sees the local interest in vegan food in the response to her pop-up dinners...

Posted: 26 days ago

A Dayton chef said she wants to help people think more deeply about the food they eat through her vegan personal chef business, which has been tapping into the growing popularity of plant-based eating. Chef Da’Ves Malone, owner of Sprouting Dreams LLC, said she sees the local interest in vegan food in the response to her pop-up dinners...
Number of Ohioans employed increase in December: Here’s why
 The Ohio unemployment rate didn’t move between December and November, holding at 4.6 percent. That’s down from 12 months prior when Ohio unemployment was 4.9 percent. The number of unemployed has decreased by 16,000 in the past 12 months from 281,000. The U.S. unemployment rate for December was 3.9 percent, up from 3.7 percent...

Posted: 28 days ago

The Ohio unemployment rate didn’t move between December and November, holding at 4.6 percent. That’s down from 12 months prior when Ohio unemployment was 4.9 percent. The number of unemployed has decreased by 16,000 in the past 12 months from 281,000. The U.S. unemployment rate for December was 3.9 percent, up from 3.7 percent...
Premier Health hospitals get nursing recognition
 Premier Health has earned Magnet status for its entire system, which is a professional nursing recognition given by a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association. Staff at Upper Valley Medical Center, Miami Valley Hospital and Atrium Medical Center were told Thursday morning about the recognition. MORE: What’s your hospital&rsquo...

Posted: 30 days ago

Premier Health has earned Magnet status for its entire system, which is a professional nursing recognition given by a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association. Staff at Upper Valley Medical Center, Miami Valley Hospital and Atrium Medical Center were told Thursday morning about the recognition. MORE: What’s your hospital&rsquo...
Program seeks to teach 250 providers how to talk about alcohol, drugs
 More patients, particularly in the rural parts of the region, will soon be routinely asked by their doctor about alcohol and substance use, after local doctors and other providers get training on how to start the conversation. Wright Rural Health Initiative, part of the Boonshoft School of Medicine, is seeking to teach 250 providers how to...

Posted: 30 days ago

More patients, particularly in the rural parts of the region, will soon be routinely asked by their doctor about alcohol and substance use, after local doctors and other providers get training on how to start the conversation. Wright Rural Health Initiative, part of the Boonshoft School of Medicine, is seeking to teach 250 providers how to...
Dayton Daily News Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter dies
 Russell Carollo, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter while at the Dayton Daily News, died Dec. 19 in Switzerland, according to his family. Carollo was 63. Carollo’s award-winning career includes an investigation that exposed serious flaws in the U.S. military health care system. The Dayton Daily News series, which he reported with Jeff...

Posted: 30 days ago

Russell Carollo, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter while at the Dayton Daily News, died Dec. 19 in Switzerland, according to his family. Carollo was 63. Carollo’s award-winning career includes an investigation that exposed serious flaws in the U.S. military health care system. The Dayton Daily News series, which he reported with Jeff...
Gov. DeWine unveils plans to help pregnant women, new moms
 Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine plans to at least triple funding for health care home visits for at-risk pregnant women and new moms in an effort to lower Ohio’s high infant mortality rate. “It’s no secret that children’s issues will be a focal point of our administration,” DeWine said at Nationwide Children’s Hospital...

9:58 PM Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine plans to at least triple funding for health care home visits for at-risk pregnant women and new moms in an effort to lower Ohio’s high infant mortality rate. “It’s no secret that children’s issues will be a focal point of our administration,” DeWine said at Nationwide Children’s Hospital...
Meet Centerville-based Graceworks’ new CEO
 Graceworks Lutheran Services has named a new chief executive to lead the growing Centerville nonprofit. Judy Budi will take over March 2 as the new president and CEO of the 93-year-old organization, succeeding outgoing CEO Willis Serr II. The Dayton Daily News previously reported Serr was retiring after 30 years. Budi will be in charge...

4:04 PM Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019

Graceworks Lutheran Services has named a new chief executive to lead the growing Centerville nonprofit. Judy Budi will take over March 2 as the new president and CEO of the 93-year-old organization, succeeding outgoing CEO Willis Serr II. The Dayton Daily News previously reported Serr was retiring after 30 years. Budi will be in charge...
New flight to Outer Banks coming in June
 Budget airline Allegiant plans to add a new flight from Cincinnati to the Outer Banks. Allegiant will start service to from Cincinnati to Virginia Beach and the Outer Banks via Norfolk International Airport beginning June 7. One-way fares start at $49. MORE: Old Scratch Pizza to open 2nd location This new seasonal service will operate twice...

2:32 PM Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019

Budget airline Allegiant plans to add a new flight from Cincinnati to the Outer Banks. Allegiant will start service to from Cincinnati to Virginia Beach and the Outer Banks via Norfolk International Airport beginning June 7. One-way fares start at $49. MORE: Old Scratch Pizza to open 2nd location This new seasonal service will operate twice...
Dayton Children’s to perform bone marrow transplants
 Children with cancer soon will be able to get bone marrow transplants at Dayton Children’s Hospital, after the hospital starts offering the procedure for the first time. Hospital officials say it is a first for children in Dayton, who have previously been referred out for stem cell bone marrow transplants to neighboring institutions...

9:05 PM Monday, Jan. 14, 2019

Children with cancer soon will be able to get bone marrow transplants at Dayton Children’s Hospital, after the hospital starts offering the procedure for the first time. Hospital officials say it is a first for children in Dayton, who have previously been referred out for stem cell bone marrow transplants to neighboring institutions...
Wright State faculty union files ‘unfair labor practice’ complaint
 The Wright State University faculty union has accused the administration of unfair labor practices as a proposed strike date nears. The union has filed a complaint with the State Employment Relations Board accusing administrators of breaking collective bargaining ruled by negotiating in public, telling the news media about their “last...

9:31 PM Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

The Wright State University faculty union has accused the administration of unfair labor practices as a proposed strike date nears. The union has filed a complaint with the State Employment Relations Board accusing administrators of breaking collective bargaining ruled by negotiating in public, telling the news media about their “last...
Flu cases spike in Ohio
 Flu cases are rising in Ohio as the typical peak season for the virus begins. The number of flu-associated hospitalizations are also rising with 338 new cases during the first week of January compared to 166 during the last week of December, according to the Ohio Department of Health. There have been 893 total flu-associated hospitalizations...

9:08 PM Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

Flu cases are rising in Ohio as the typical peak season for the virus begins. The number of flu-associated hospitalizations are also rising with 338 new cases during the first week of January compared to 166 during the last week of December, according to the Ohio Department of Health. There have been 893 total flu-associated hospitalizations...
Program helps Ohioans with 10 or more prescriptions
 A pilot program is helping local people who take 10 or more prescriptions avoid medication errors and stay out of the emergency room. The program is through Buckeye Health Plan, which in 2017 covered about 345,000 Ohioans between its Medicaid, Medicare and Affordable Care Act marketplace plans. MORE: Meet Wilson Health’s new CEO Meera...

5:00 AM Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

A pilot program is helping local people who take 10 or more prescriptions avoid medication errors and stay out of the emergency room. The program is through Buckeye Health Plan, which in 2017 covered about 345,000 Ohioans between its Medicaid, Medicare and Affordable Care Act marketplace plans. MORE: Meet Wilson Health’s new CEO Meera...
New hospice venture planned in Dayton area
 A new hospice business is aiming to start service in the Dayton area in February. The service will be a joint venture between United Church Homes and Ohio’s Hospice and initially be for people living at United Church Homes’ Trinity Community and Trinity Community at Fairwood in Beavercreek and Patriot Ridge Community in Fairborn...

5:00 AM Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

A new hospice business is aiming to start service in the Dayton area in February. The service will be a joint venture between United Church Homes and Ohio’s Hospice and initially be for people living at United Church Homes’ Trinity Community and Trinity Community at Fairwood in Beavercreek and Patriot Ridge Community in Fairborn...
4 downtown Dayton buildings sold over past month
 Several prominent downtown Dayton office buildings have sold in recent months. Here’s what we know so far about the new owners and their plans for the properties. Grant Deneau Tower Dayton’s first modern skyscraper, Grant Deneau Tower, sold to developers that are already working on projects in downtown. The Windsor Companies said...

5:42 PM Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019

Several prominent downtown Dayton office buildings have sold in recent months. Here’s what we know so far about the new owners and their plans for the properties. Grant Deneau Tower Dayton’s first modern skyscraper, Grant Deneau Tower, sold to developers that are already working on projects in downtown. The Windsor Companies said...
Meet Wilson Health’s new CEO
 Wilson Health has named a new chief executive. The Sidney-based health system, which posted $106.7 million in revenue in 2016, announced today that Mark Klosterman was hired as CEO. Klosterman will start as CEO on Jan. 21. He most recently was president and CEO of Faith Regional Health Services in Nebraska. MORE: Health network plans Miami...

9:09 PM Wednesday, Jan. 09, 2019

Wilson Health has named a new chief executive. The Sidney-based health system, which posted $106.7 million in revenue in 2016, announced today that Mark Klosterman was hired as CEO. Klosterman will start as CEO on Jan. 21. He most recently was president and CEO of Faith Regional Health Services in Nebraska. MORE: Health network plans Miami...
Storage chain buys Huber Heights building
 An industrial building in Huber Heights was bought by a self-storage chain. Storage of America bought 5041 to 5107 Kitridge Road for $525,000, property records show. The national company, which has two other locations in Ohio, states online that the Huber Heights storage facility will open sometime this year. A message was left with the company...

3:09 PM Wednesday, Jan. 09, 2019

An industrial building in Huber Heights was bought by a self-storage chain. Storage of America bought 5041 to 5107 Kitridge Road for $525,000, property records show. The national company, which has two other locations in Ohio, states online that the Huber Heights storage facility will open sometime this year. A message was left with the company...
Nonprofit moves to new downtown Dayton home
 A nonprofit that supports community initiatives has moved to a new home in downtown Dayton. The Collaboratory is now in the Talbott Tower, said founder Peter Benkendorf. MORE: Housing, retail options proposed for former Good Sam site The first floor space in Suite 5 is open for co-working and creative exchange 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through...

2:56 PM Wednesday, Jan. 09, 2019

A nonprofit that supports community initiatives has moved to a new home in downtown Dayton. The Collaboratory is now in the Talbott Tower, said founder Peter Benkendorf. MORE: Housing, retail options proposed for former Good Sam site The first floor space in Suite 5 is open for co-working and creative exchange 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through...
Housing, retail options proposed for former Good Sam site
 Locally-owned retail, market-rate housing, office and incubator space and community gathering spaces are among the types of redevelopment planners say should be developed at the former Good Samaritan Hospital site. A detailed vision was presented Tuesday evening that outlined ways to redevelop the 13-acre hospital site at the intersection...

3:39 AM Wednesday, Jan. 09, 2019

Locally-owned retail, market-rate housing, office and incubator space and community gathering spaces are among the types of redevelopment planners say should be developed at the former Good Samaritan Hospital site. A detailed vision was presented Tuesday evening that outlined ways to redevelop the 13-acre hospital site at the intersection...
EpiPen alternative law signed by Gov. Kasich
 Ohioans will have better access to cheaper alternatives of the EpiPen under a new law signed by Gov. John Kasich. An EpiPen can be used to inject about $1 worth of life-saving allergy medication, but the retail price of the medication dispensers has been climbing and can be more than $600 for a two-pack. The Epinephrine Accessibility Act...

8:38 PM Tuesday, Jan. 08, 2019

Ohioans will have better access to cheaper alternatives of the EpiPen under a new law signed by Gov. John Kasich. An EpiPen can be used to inject about $1 worth of life-saving allergy medication, but the retail price of the medication dispensers has been climbing and can be more than $600 for a two-pack. The Epinephrine Accessibility Act...
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