Arkansas Business Weekly Edition
August 02, 2021
Northwest Arkansas Hospitals Expand Despite Pandemic Pressure
Eric Pianalto, president of Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas at Rogers, said a late 2019 expansion was crucial to serving the community during the pandemic.

Northwest Arkansas Hospitals Expand Despite Pandemic Pressure This article is available only in print.

by Marty Cook – 4 days ago

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a heavy strain on the health care system, but that hasn't stopped the expansion plans of the state's hospitals.

Calling All Nurses: The Crisis Continues This article is available only in print.

Calling All Nurses: The Crisis Continues
4 days ago

Hospitals in Arkansas and around the country are desperately seeking nurses to care for a surging number of COVID-19 patients, and providers fear the demand will rise during the upcoming flu season.

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Walmart Asks Judge to Toss Opioid Case

Walmart Asks Judge to Toss Opioid Case

Walmart Inc. of Bentonville has asked a federal judge to throw out the Department of Justice's lawsuit against it over allegations that its pharmacists unlawfully dispensed opioids, fueling the national opioid crisis.

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