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Henry Schein Animal HealthKevin Vasquez and Henry Schein Animal Health stay sharp in the face of challenges to...

Kevin Vasquez’s biggest fear is complacency. So he strives to maintain a sense of urgency at Henry Schein Animal Health — and it’s working.

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EMH&T Inc.Sandy Doyle-Ahern and a healthier EMH&T rise up to meet new challenges on the...

The recession took both a professional and personal toll on Sandy Doyle-Ahern. But now as president of EMH&T Inc., she's leading a stronger, healthier organization.

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Schottenstein Real Estate GroupGary Schottenstein takes care of his customers, team members at Schottenstein Real...

Gary Schottenstein learned from his father to treat your customer right and fairly. And after more than 35 years in the real estate business, he still holds true to that.

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How new state and federal laws will impact cancer drug costs

The cost of drugs used to treat cancer has doubled in the past decade — from an average of $5,000 to more than $10,000 per month, according to reports. Organizations will soon see two key pieces of legislation intended to help control how much patients pay for cancer treatment and prevention.

Prospective billing implementation impacts key dates for Ohio employers

Prospective billing could impact an employer’s coverage status or alternative rating program eligibility, costing them potential savings.
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Mentorships, upskilling may offer hope in manufacturing labor shortage

After enduring a protracted downturn and shedding 5.7 million jobs, 33 percent of their workforce, American manufacturers are leaving money on the table — and it’s ironic that a labor shortage would force them to do that.

What you need to know about BWC’s prospective billing transition credits

Here's how the BWC's prospective billing system and its transition credits will affect your business.

How to plan for new health care spending limits effective in 2015

Health care reform introduced new rules to limit how much people would have to spend out of pocket on health expenses before their insurance kicks in. One rule requires prescription drug costs to count toward the same limit as medical costs starting in 2015.