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James Quick, president of SimpliFi.
Business Services / Health Care / Transportation

Nursing Now: Have Scrubs, Will TravelLock Icon

With some hospitals nearly full with COVID-19 patients, the demand for nurses has soared across the country in recent weeks, as some providers dangle pay packages worth $7,000 a week to attract nurses. read more >
Government & Politics / Health Care / Legal

That’s Just Wrong (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

Rivendell’s hiring of a nurse still on professional probation for a drug problem to work with drug addicts, and then protecting him to the point of destroying evidence feels like a systemic problem. read more >
Rivendell Behavioral Health Services in Benton intentionally destroyed key evidence in a lawsuit, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Mackie Pierce found.
Education / Government & Politics / Health Care

Judge Rules Rivendell Destroyed Evidence in Overdose CaseLock Icon

A Pulaski County Circuit judge recently ruled that the family of a 20-year-old woman who died of a drug overdose will win its lawsuit because Rivendell Behavioral Health Services of Arkansas intentionally destroyed key evidence. read more >