Tagged: Health Care

CARTI Sees Improvement In Finances

CARTI Sees Improvement In Finances

Health Care

Adam Head, CARTI’s president and CEO said the Little Rock cancer treatment center’s financial improvement for the fiscal year that ended June 30 should be defined as a “transformation." read more >

Medical Device Awaits Funding, FDA Approval

Medical Device Awaits Funding, FDA Approval

Health Care

Spencer Jones hopes that it won’t be long before the Food & Drug Administration approves his medical device allowing an IV line to break away easily under tension and snap shut, preventing complete IV failure. read more >

Heart Hospital Shows Drive with Food Truck

Heart Hospital Shows Drive with Food Truck

Health CareRestaurants & FoodTransportation

The Arkansas Heart Hospital is unveiling its food truck this week, making it the first hospital in Arkansas, and possibly the country, to own and operate a food truck. read more >

Cantrell Drug Still Feeling Heat of FDA

Cantrell Drug Still Feeling Heat of FDA

Health CareLegal

Federal regulators said last week that it still has concerns about sanitary conditions at Cantrell Drug Co. and asked a U.S. Bankruptcy judge to let them go forward with a lawsuit to stop the Little Rock company from selling the drugs it produces. read more >

Piggott Community Hospital Adding Services

Piggott Community Hospital Adding Services

Health Care

Piggott Community Hospital started an outpatient mental health program last month and plans to offer an infusion outpatient service by the end of April or early May, as a way to improve the hospital’s finances. read more >

The Virtual Doctor Can See You Now

The Virtual Doctor Can See You Now

Health CareTechnology & Telecom

Out-of-state telemedicine companies wasted no time offering their services in Arkansas after a law went into effect in August that eased restrictions in the way telemedicine is delivered in the state. read more >

CARTI Posts 2-Month Loss: $1.4 Million

CARTI Posts 2-Month Loss: $1.4 Million

Health Care

Adam Head, CARTI’s president and CEO, attributed the loss in the first two months to lower than expected patient volume and to payments made to its management consultant. read more >