Bryant school will train students for science, business sides of health

Joseph Trunzo, left, associate director of School of Health and Behavioral Sciences at Bryant University, with sophomore, Alex Spitznagle, in the Psychophysiology Lab. PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

BRAD CROUGH doesn’t bat an eye at the prospect of sorting through a dizzying tranche of numbers. A skilled coder with degrees in accounting and business, he embraces the data side of his job with Brown Physicians Inc. But the technical, jargon-heavy and ever-changing complexities of the health care industry prove more challenging. After more

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