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Mercy Dr. Scarrow loses president title

Jon Swope will remain interim leader “for the foreseeable future,” officials say.

Allegations concerning four patients come to light in a 105-page report released to SBJ.

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It’s designed for fewer than 50 employees, and three agencies in Springfield area involved.

As minimum wages role back in St. Louis following action from Gov. Eric Greitens, one Springfield company is preparing to raise its pay.

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Kevin Gipson will exit the organization in November after 24 years.

Options are available for businesses with 50 employees or less, officials say.

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A medical technology distributor taps into self-branded surgical devices.

Dr. Abe Abdalla and Dr. Staci Niemoth join two boards.

Mary Kromrey brings her health-and-wellness background to the outdoor-living nonprofit.

Officials celebrate a $2.2 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration.

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The nonprofit agrees to purchase Springfield-based Midwest Assessment & Psychotherapy Solutions PC.

For the ninth consecutive year, Mercy and Resource Optimization & Innovation LLC are ranked in the top 10 of Gartner Inc.’s health care global supply chain list.

Ozarks Community Hospital Inc. CEO Paul Taylor speaks during SBJ’s 12 People live interview series.

After a year of attempted appeals, OCH officials have withdrawn their inquiries with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

City officials are launching a second year of the OnPoint Talent Attraction Program.

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