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Outspoken and driven

Outspoken and driven

Thirty-seven years ago, at about the time former Common Wealth Development executive director Marianne Morton was joining CWD, Justice Castañeda was born into the world in a home on Ingersoll Street. In February, he became Morton’s successor.

November 2017
Women of Industry: Shannon Barry takes domestic abuse out of shadows

Women of Industry: Shannon Barry takes domestic abuse out of shadows

Shannon Barry is taking a cue from the breast-cancer movement for the benefit of domestic abuse victims by presenting the new DAIS facility as a well-known public space rather than a confidential, undisclosed location.

November 2017

In Kiio WEA Trusts

WEA Trust, the Madison-based nonprofit that provides health insurance plans for state employees, has invested $1 million in Fitchburg-based startup Kiio to help people with lower back pain.

October 2017

Walgreens to open specialty pharmacy

Walgreens announced plans to open a smaller, specialty pharmacy named Community, a Walgreens Pharmacy in November.

October 2017

Local health care leaders departing

Effective Nov. 1, Frank Lucia, president/CEO of Dean Health Plan, will take a new position as president/CEO of Corvesta Inc., a specialty benefits company based in Virginia.

October 2017

Soglin proposes $313.9M budget

Mayor Paul Soglin released his proposed 2018 city budget totaling $313.9 million. If approved, the average taxpayer will pay $64.50 more.

October 2017

Navitus HQ approved

The Madison Plan Commission approved several components of Livesey Co.’s “West Place” development at the corner of South Gammon and Mineral Point Roads, where Navitus Health will eventually relocate its headquarters.

October 2017
Their idea of a Best Company

Their idea of a Best Company

Essential qualities of a “Best Company” are in the eye of the beholder, and scores of beholders responded to our recent survey on this very topic.

October 2017
Fewer Choices, Better Care?

Fewer Choices, Better Care?

Mergers and consolidations are commonplace across industries, but nowhere, it seems, have they muddied the waters more than in health care. And why? Corporate power? Better consumer access? Lower health care costs?

October 2017
A labor of love

A labor of love

Brightly painted hallways starkly contrast with the dark conversations occurring behind the walls at Madison’s Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center, where Program Manager Jennifer Ginsburg leads a small staff dedicated to helping young abuse victims minimize the trauma they’ve experienced.

October 2017
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