Video of this week "Arkansas Week," which centers on Thursday's landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling on health care reform. The episode begins with a 15-minute interview with Arkansas Surgeon General Dr. Joe Thompson.
Many newcomers are unaware of central Arkansas’ outstanding medical community until they need it. Others, especially retirees, factor in the availability of excellent health care when planning their move. Several hospitals here are known internationally for their accomplishments in not only care, but also research. For instance, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, a state-of-the-art medical center in Little Rock, treats more patients for myeloma than any other facility in the country. It’s just one way in which UAMS and other area hospitals are leading the world.
Job prospects are on the rise in several fields, and the Arkansas Department of Work force Services’ projections reveal exactly which jobs will be sizzling with demand for qualified grads. Check out our list for the hottest jobs in the state for 2010-11 – and our recommendations for the education you’ll need to get them.
Arkansas Business is attempting to clear up the cloudy picture that is health care these days. The Arkansas Business Health Care Reform Symposium is set for Tuesday, Aug. 10 at the Statehouse Convention Center.
On July 30, UAMS will officially unveil a $130 million, 12-floor expansion of the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute. Arkansas Business' Mark Friedman and photographer Jackie Wilson got a sneak peek and shared these photos.
A video snapshot of hippotherapy at Beyond Boundaries, an Allied Therapy program in Ward. Hippotherapy uses the movement of the horse as a treatment strategy in physical, occupational and speech therapy sessions for people with disabilities.
If you haven't looked over your insurance policies in the last few years, you might be paying for coverage you don't need, don't have coverage on assets that need protection, and aren't taking advantages of available discounts.