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

A husband and wife from Marshfield are charged in a 40-count indictment.

Netsmart Technologies buys the Ozark company to gain a foothold in long-term care.

The 92,000-square-foot center targets October 2018 for patients.

The Springfield health system plans to invest $120 million over seven years in the Bolivar community.

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

The Gene Taylor Community Outpatient Clinic plans to serve 9,000 veterans within a 30-mile drive of primary care.

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