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Rhode Island nursing home owners have become accustomed to cuts in state Medicaid reimbursements in recent years, just as they’ve gotten used to the rapid pace of change in how they and other care providers are paid for their services. more
Hospitals across the state are actively working to address the state’s top health concern – mental health, including substance abuse, according to plans made public this fall through a mandated community-needs assessment. These goals include: more
PROVIDENCE – Three state legislators were honored last week by the R.I. Farm Bureau during the organization’s 60th annual awards event. more
BOSTON – A former for-profit school in Massachusetts that abruptly closed in January has been sued over allegations that it engaged in a range of deceptive schemes to meet accreditation requirements and maximize profit to which it was not entitled, Attorney General Martha Coakley announced last week. more
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Environmental Management has extended the deadline for the submission of recreation acquisition and development grants to Dec. 6. more
When angel investors put money into a business they’re generally laying their own cash on the line. So they’re careful about what businesses they back. more
BOSTON – The Mass. Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development reported in November that the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ preliminary estimates show that Massachusetts added 9,100 jobs in October from September’s figures. The total unemployment rate was 7.2 percent, an increase of one-half of a percentage point from the October 2012 rate of 6.7 percent. more
BOSTON – Massachusetts business leaders appear open to “a modest hike in the state’s $8 per hour minimum wage,” but only if the state enacts business-friendly reforms in the unemployment insurance system, The Associated Press reported last week. more
When it comes to attracting new business, especially high-level tech talent, Rhode Island has one outstanding advantage – the ocean, which, at least in the view of SkillBuilders owner David Anderson, was a big enough draw to move his company from New York. more
In today’s competitive business-to-business marketplace, professionals in service businesses – law, accounting, finance and technology – are often required to serve as ambassadors for their companies at events for networking in the community, and to speak and write to build reputation and presence. Some embrace the chance to meet new people and seek business synergy, while others find business-building a challenging endeavor that takes them out of their comfort zones. more
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