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Tony Seupaul has been the principal investigator on a number of clinical trials in emergency medicine and has written more than 100 peer-reviewed manuscripts and other publications.
Health Care

Tony Seupal Named Chief Clinical Officer for UAMS Medical Center (Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Rawle A. “Tony” Seupaul will oversee all clinical care at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock as chief clinical officer read more >
J. Larry Shackelford
President and CEO, Washington Regional Medical System, Fayetteville
Construction / Government & Politics / Health Care

Washington Regional’s Larry Shackelford Says Clear Bill of Health On the Way

J. Larry Shackelford, the chief of Washington Regional Medical System in Fayetteville, thinks hospital price transparency is on the horizon. read more >
Toni Myer of Washington Regional Urgent Care and Dr. Stacey Burnett of Washington Regional Eureka Springs Family Clinic.
Education

Washington Regional Makes Hires in Northwest Arkansas (NWA Movers & Shakers)

Toni Myer, a registered family nurse practitioner, recently joined Washington Regional Urgent Care in Johnson and Fayetteville. Dr. Stacey Burnett recently joined the Washington Regional Eureka Springs Family Clinic. read more >
Dr. Mark Moss, Washington Regional
Education

Mark Moss Rejoins Washington Regional (Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Mark Moss has returned to Washington Regional in Fayetteville as an interventional neuroradiologist after completing a neuroendovascular fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. read more >
Dr. Nayneshkumar Patel, Pulmonology Associates

Patel Sees Patients at Pulmonology Associates (Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Nayneshkumar Patel has joined Pulmonology Associates of Hot Springs. read more >
Kelli Huntley of Mercy Hospital and Mercy Clinic
Business Services / Health Care

Kelli Huntley Named Finance VP at Mercy (Movers & Shakers)

Kelli Huntley has been promoted to vice president of finance for Mercy Hospital and Mercy Clinic in Rogers . read more >
Health Care

Medical Center of South Arkansas Adds Four Doctors (Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Mark Gibbs, Dr. Anthony Abraham, Dr. Martha Garrett-Shaver and Dr. Samuel Vallery have all joined the staff of the Medical Center of South Arkansas in El Dorado. read more >
Will Sullivan | Washington Regional Medical System

Washington Regional Hires Sullivan as Facilities VP (Movers & Shakers)

Will Sullivan is the new vice president of facilities at Washington Regional Medical System in Fayetteville. read more >
Dr. Mark S. Thomas
Health Care

Mark Thomas Takes New Role at Washington Regional (NWA Health Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Mark S. Thomas has been named vice president and medical director of population health for Washington Regional Medical System in Fayetteville. read more >
Jeff Barker, Karen McIntosh and Lenny Whiteman of Washington Regional Medical System
Education / Health Care

Sherry Muir Makes Tenure in Joint UA/UAMS Program (NWA Health Movers)

Sherry Muir has been appointed program director for the new occupational therapy doctoral program offerd by UAMS and the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. read more >
William L. “Bill” Bradley, CEO of Washington Regional Medical Center
Construction / Health Care

Arkansas Hospital Association to Honor Bill Bradley (NWAMovers & Shakers)

William L. “Bill” Bradley, CEO of Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville since 2004, will receive the Arkansas Hospital Association’s highest honor, the A. Allen Weintraub Memorial Award, at an awards dinner on Oct. 5. read more >
The Partnership for a Healthy Arkansas is owned equally by Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Baptist Health, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, St. Bernards Healthcareand Washington Regional Medical System.
Health Care / Insurance

Partnership for a Healthy Arkansas Remain in Talks

The Partnership for a Healthy Arkansas, which was formed by some of the biggest health care organizations in Arkansas last October, continues its discussions on the best ways to reduce health care costs. read more >
Washington Regional Medical System’s Women & Infants Center will have 100 additional rooms.
Construction / Health Care / Nonprofits

Women & Infants Center Opens at Washington Regional Medical Center

Washington Regional Medical System’s $65 million Women & Infants Center in Fayetteville will start taking patients on Monday. read more >
Dr. Anitsira Collado, Dr. Joaquin Duarte and Dr. Mahiry Romero-Salinas of White River Health System in Batesville.
Health Care / Insurance / Nonprofits

White River Medical System Adds Three to Medical Team (Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Anitsira Collado, Dr. Joaquin Duarte and Dr. Mahiry Romero-Salinas have been hired as physicians at White River Health System of Batesville. read more >
Pam Williams, HR director at Unity Health, fears a “domino effect” from awarding raises to hospital employees.
Government & Politics / Health Care / Legal

Arkansas Hospitals Brace for New Overtime Regulations

The centerpiece of the Department of Labor’s new overtime regulations raises the threshold of what salaried workers must be paid in order to qualify as an exempt employee. read more >
The Partnership for a Healthy Arkansas is owned equally by Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Baptist Health, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, St. Bernards Healthcareand Washington Regional Medical System.
Health Care / Insurance

Arkansas Health Care Heavyweights Join to Share Services

A partnership formed by some of the biggest health care organizations in Arkansas expects to save its members millions of dollars, but the details on how it plans to do that haven’t been released. read more >
Larry Shackleford

Health Care Professional of the Year Finalist: Larry Shackelford, Washington Regional Medical System

A graduate of the University of Arkansas and a CPA, Shackelford has spent the majority of his professional life lending his expertise in financial matters to the health care industry. read more >
Health Care / Insurance

Five Arkansas Health Organizations Form Partnership

Five Arkansas health-related organizations announced Thursday that they have formed The Partnership for a Healthy Arkansas, a shared services organization they say will improve health care quality and lower costs. read more >