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Brentwood Dermatology adds Mohs-trained surgeon to staff

Brentwood Dermatology, a practice that has served Brentwood and the surrounding communities for more than 35 years, announced today the addition of a Fellowship-trained Mohs Surgeon to its staff. John Starling III, M.D. will provide both general dermatology and Mohs surgical care to patients throughout the region. With the addition of Dr. Starling to its

By | 2019-02-18T21:56:02+00:00 February 18th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare|Comments Off on Brentwood Dermatology adds Mohs-trained surgeon to staff

Health care accounting firm PYA adds former Wheelhouse Capital Partners exec as principal

Regional health care consulting and accounting firm PYA has added a veteran health IT executive as a principal in its Brentwood office. Merle Glasgow Merle Glasgow comes to PYA — which is headquartered in Knoxville and has offices in Atlanta, Kansas City and Tampa — focused primarily on new business development. He had

By | 2019-02-17T21:58:41+00:00 February 18th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Comments Off on Health care accounting firm PYA adds former Wheelhouse Capital Partners exec as principal

Brookdale reports 4.5 drop in Q4 revenue; property sales buoy company

NashvillePost After a year of restructuring, Brentwood-based Brookdale Senior Living reported total revenue down 4.5 percent from 2017 and fourth-quarter earnings of nearly $132 million, which were boosted by more than $216 million in one-time gains from property sales. Total revenue for the fourth quarter was $1.07 billion, down about $100 million from the year-prior

By | 2019-02-15T19:28:40+00:00 February 15th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Comments Off on Brookdale reports 4.5 drop in Q4 revenue; property sales buoy company

Brentwood health care company hopes that treating injuries without opioids or surgery will lure investors

By MATT BLOIS A health care company based in Brentwood started trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange on Wednesday. IMAC Regeneration Centers offers non-surgical treatment for problems that would normally require surgery or opioids. The company is hoping that approach will convince investors to buy stock during its initial public offering this week. Its clinics

By | 2019-02-13T22:43:29+00:00 February 14th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Comments Off on Brentwood health care company hopes that treating injuries without opioids or surgery will lure investors

A Brentwood-based addiction treatment company planning to open a new clinic in Smyrna

By MATT BLOIS The Brentwood-based addiction treatment company Spero Health is planning on opening a new clinic in Smyrna later this year. That would be the company’s first addiction treatment clinic in the state. Spero has already opened two new clinics this year after acquiring more than a dozen clinics across three states last year.

By | 2019-02-12T22:28:53+00:00 February 13th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Tags: |Comments Off on A Brentwood-based addiction treatment company planning to open a new clinic in Smyrna

Addiction treatment company Spero Health continues to expand

By MATT BLOIS The Brentwood-based addiction treatment company Spero Health continues to expand. Last week, the company announced that it opened a new clinic in Indianapolis and hired a medical director for the state. That clinic is scheduled to open on March 1. On Wednesday, the company announced that it had opened a new location

By | 2019-02-07T21:02:34+00:00 February 8th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare|Comments Off on Addiction treatment company Spero Health continues to expand

3M completes $1 billion deal to purchase part of Franklin tech company

By MATT BLOIS The Minnesota manufacturing company 3M finalized a $1 billion deal to purchase part of the Franklin tech company M*Modal earlier this month. 3M makes a wide variety of products including adhesive tapes, sandpaper, face wipes and scissors. The massive company has a hand in at least a dozen different industries including health

By | 2019-02-06T21:33:29+00:00 February 7th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Tags: |Comments Off on 3M completes $1 billion deal to purchase part of Franklin tech company

CHS reaches settlement on 2014 data breach that was part of criminal cyberattack

By Kara Hartnett NashvillePost.com Community Health Systems has reached a settlement in a class action over a 2014 data breach that affected 4.5 million patients. It has been ranked one of the largest health care data breaches in history. The cyberattack took place in April and June of 2014, according to court records, and was orchestrated by a Chinese criminal

By | 2019-02-05T22:34:37+00:00 February 5th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Comments Off on CHS reaches settlement on 2014 data breach that was part of criminal cyberattack

Brentwood addiction treatment company expands to Indianapolis, hires regional medical director

Darrin Mangiacarne will be Spero's central Indiana medical director. He will oversee the launch and growth of clinics in the area. / Photo courtesy of Spero By MATT BLOIS The Brentwood addiction treatment company Spero has expanded to Indianapolis, and has hired a medical director for the central part of the state. Spero formed in

By | 2019-01-31T18:56:41+00:00 January 31st, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Tags: |Comments Off on Brentwood addiction treatment company expands to Indianapolis, hires regional medical director

Wall Street analysts expect steady growth in the health care sector; look for local companies to improve

Analysts Ana Gupte, John Ransom, Sarah James and A.J. Rice spoke to a group of about 600 people at a Nashville Health Care Council event at the J.W. Marriott in Nashville on Wednesday. // Photo Matt Blois By MATT BLOIS A group of wall street analysts predicted that the health care sector will continue to grow at a

By | 2019-01-31T15:07:59+00:00 January 31st, 2019|Categories: BW-Healthcare, BW-News|Tags: |Comments Off on Wall Street analysts expect steady growth in the health care sector; look for local companies to improve