Tagged: Matt Troup

Potential QuikTrip Location Sold in SWLR for $8.5M

Potential QuikTrip Location Sold in SWLR for $8.5M

WhispersBanking & FinanceHealth CareRestaurants & Food

Quiktrip Corp., the Tulsa-based convenience store chain, bought a 16.1-acre tract near the southwest corner of Interstate 30 and Otter Creek Road in Little Rock for $8.5 million. read more >

Baptist, Conway Regional Dispute Prompts 'Any Willing Partner' Bill

Baptist, Conway Regional Dispute Prompts 'Any Willing Partner' Bill

Health Care

A bill filed at the Arkansas Legislature is an effort to clarify and regulate services partnerships between state supported medical entities and private health systems. But it doesn’t appear likely to settle the disagreement between the central Arkansas health care providers that started it all. read more >

Conway Hospital Rivalry Goes Before Lawmakers

Conway Hospital Rivalry Goes Before Lawmakers

Health CareLegalCover Story

State lawmakers are scheduled to resume their inquiry into the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences’ contract to provide emergency room and orthopedic services at Baptist Health Medical Center-Conway. read more >

Competing With the State (Editorial)

Competing With the State (Editorial)

OpinionHealth Care

There’s something fundamentally unfair about taxpayer-supported entities competing with private businesses and nonprofits, nor is using tax money to mitigate a poor business decision a wise use of public resources. 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 >

Arkansas Hospitals Report Healthier Results in 2015

Arkansas Hospitals Report Healthier Results in 2015

Business ListHealth CareTechnology & TelecomCover Story

On the annual checkup of hospitals, 61 out of the 86 hospitals on this year’s list of the state’s largest hospitals and medical centers — 71 percent — reported making money. That compares with 62 percent on the list that ran in 2013, just before the main features of the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act took effect. read more >