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At Delta Conference, Panel Says 'Arkansas Works,' More Doctors Crucial

by Sarah Campbell 4/7/2016 1:31 pm

The Arkansas Delta needs more doctors, and passage of Gov. Asa Hutchinson's "Arkansas Works" plan for Medicaid expansion is crucial, attendees of "The Arkansas Delta: Why It Still Matters" conference were told Thursday.

Poll Finds Little Support to Move State's Medicaid Population to Managed Care

by Mark Friedman 3/4/2016 10:55 am

A telephone survey of Arkansas voters found that only 15 percent supported moving the state's Medicaid population to managed care, according to the results released Friday.

Hospitals: Uncompensated Care Fell 55 Percent in Private Option's First Year

by Lance Turner 7/9/2015 4:32 pm

Uncompensated care fell 55 percent, or $149 million, during the first year of Arkansas' private option, according to a report released Thursday by the Arkansas Hospital Association.

Arkansas' Model Medicaid Experiment, the Private Option, in Jeopardy

by Andrew DeMillo, The Associated Press 12/17/2014 12:24 pm

Arkansas became the first southern state to expand its Medicaid program in a way that many Republicans found acceptable. Now Arkansas could be on the brink of another distinction: becoming the first to abandon its Medicaid expansion after giving coverage to thousands.

Arkansas Hospital Association's Bo Ryall on the New Health Care Law

by Arkansas Business Staff 10/7/2013 12:00 am

Bo Ryall joined the Arkansas Hospital Association in 2005 and has been its president since 2010. He has served as chief lobbyist on the state level for Arkansas hospitals and was previously executive director of the HomeCare Association of Arkansas.

Bo Ryall Expands on Medical Staff Expansions

by Arkansas Business Staff 10/7/2013 12:00 am

A few stray bonus cuts from this week's Executive Q&A feature with Arkansas Hospital Association president and CEO Bo Ryall.

Health Care Hospitality: Hospitals Use Amenities To Dazzle Patients

by Jan Cottingham 10/7/2013 12:00 am

Hospitals around the country are competing with each other based on such amenities — those in Arkansas are no exception — and some are taking cues from the hospitality industry.