Healthcare is one of Alaska’s fastest growing industries. Because of the state’s lack of infrastructure and its rural nature Alaska’s healthcare systems have found innovative solutions to some of these challenges including telemedicine, healthcare exchanges, traveling healthcare professionals, and mobile clinics. It’s widely acknowledged that healthcare costs are high in Alaska and the state’s key stakeholders continue to explore methods to lower healthcare costs.
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The Anchorage branch of Allies, a boutique based in Bellingham, Washington, is inviting appointments during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Alaska Primary Care Association is getting $9.7 million to expand job opportunities and improve Alaska’s healthcare sector through training programs.
The chief executive of Providence Alaska is retiring, to be succeeded by the head of Anchorage’s largest private employer.
The statewide Chamber of Commerce honored GCI, Alaska Sleep Clinic, and Tom Tougas of Major Marine Tours with its annual awards.
The mental health clinic in East Anchorage opened in 2020 but waited until this summer to celebrate the occasion.
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