Tagged: Baptist Health

Bond Ratings Reflect Battle of Conway Hospitals

Bond Ratings Reflect Battle of Conway Hospitals

WhispersHealth Care

There were no blaring headlines, but two recent shifts in bond ratings offer a glimpse into how the hospital competition is playing out in Conway between Baptist Health and Conway Regional Health System. read more >

Trust, But Verify (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Trust, But Verify (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareLegalEditor's Note

UAMS, ostensibly accountable to the public, is selling its doctors’ services, and the taxpayers who employ those doctors aren’t allowed to know how much the buyer is paying. read more >

Winrock Announces Health Tech Accelerator

Winrock Announces Health Tech Accelerator

Health CareTechnology & Telecom

Winrock International, Arkansas Heart Hospital, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and BioVentures at UAMS recently announced that they are teaming to support a new accelerator for health care technology startups called Health InnovatAR. read more >

UAMS Shakes Up Conway Hospital Rivalry

UAMS Shakes Up Conway Hospital Rivalry

Health CareLegalCover Story

Baptist Health Medical Center-Conway has relied on doctors from UAMS to provide certain services. Since UAMS is a taxpayer-supported teaching hospital, Conway Regional Health System sees this as unfair competition. read more >

Baptist Health, UAMS Join Forces, Look to Conway

Baptist Health, UAMS Join Forces, Look to Conway

Health CareCover Story

The recent announcement by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Baptist Health of Little Rock that they would partner on clinical and academic efforts might be the beginning of a long-term collaboration. read more >

Slimmed-Down Pulaski Tech Fits UA System

Slimmed-Down Pulaski Tech Fits UA System

Health CareRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Pulaski Technical College had nearly 12,000 students in 2012 when Margaret A. Ellibee became its chief. Today it has about 6,000, and to Ellibee that’s a good thing. read more >