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Newsmakers: Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 2017

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After a year of attempted appeals, OCH officials have withdrawn their inquiries with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Lisa Jones of Prime Capital Investment Advisors: Women often lose sight of taking care of themselves, to their detriment.

Idaho Falls-based Sunterra Springs is building a 33,000-square-foot, 38-bed clinic at National Avenue and Weaver Road.

Dr. Alan Scarrow is not on the team, implemented after the firings of a dozen employees over safety concerns.

Missouri’s Department of Economic Development is prioritizing applications for the Neighborhood Assistance Program.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, education, health care, insurance, nonprofit and real estate.

The Springfield hospital cites a lack of treating “patients and visitors with dignity and compassion, even in highly tense situations.”

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, communications, education, food & dining, health care, law and politics.

Mercy’s virtual technology kits cut chronically ill patients’ emergency room visits in half.

Citizens Memorial Hospital and the Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation signed a letter of intent to eventually become part of CoxHealth.

The Springfield company expands its presence in Colorado.

Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., chairs the committee that secured nearly $4 million in Missouri for mental health and opioid treatment.

California lawmakers withdrew a proposal that would have made it the first state to allow undocumented immigrants to access its health care exchange.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office is projecting millions of Americans will be uninsured by 2026 under the House Republican health care bill.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, law, nonprofit and parks & recreation.

St. Louis-based SSM Health chose Laura Kaiser as its new CEO.

Web Producer Geoff Pickle interviews the chairwoman of Southwest Baptist University’s pre-licensure bachelor’s nursing degree program.

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