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Alabama Health System CEOs: Alabama’s health care workforce needs the Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences

Building the Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences represents an innovative approach to addressing the lingering need we have in our state for more qualified health care workers, especially in our state’s rural areas.

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Cullman Regional applies to Certificate of Need board for new surgery center in Hartselle

An outpatient surgery center could be coming to Morgan County, if the Certificate of Need (CON) board approves it.

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Dr. Richard Menger: Ending the health insurance monopoly will make life healthier for Alabamians

One of the reasons Alabama insurance can afford to be sluggish in responding to different technologies is a lack of competition for patients. 

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10 things lawmakers can do post-COVID to improve the lives and safety of Alabamians

Dr. Stewart Tankersley believes Concerned Doctors has identified 10 things that need to change in Alabama and lawmakers are the only ones with the power over policy to make the changes happen.

'Sick season': Birmingham-area hospitals experiencing high volume — Doctors call on legislature to act

An early spike in flu this year is straining health care providers across the state. Birmingham-area hospitals are seeing higher volumes of patients in emergency departments and beds are filling up quickly.

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Ascension St. Vincent's celebrates groundbreaking of Trussville freestanding ER and hopes to expand to communities in need

Officials with Ascension St. Vincent's hope to not only expand the Trussville facility in the future but also expand those services to other areas throughout the region.

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Gadsden man arrested in multi-million dollar health care fraud conspiracy connected to Huntsville business

Two men from north Alabama are facing federal charges related to medical kickback and health care fraud conspiracies.