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Priority Health Expands into Northern Indiana, Ohio through Acquisition of Physicians Health Plan of Northern Indiana

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Priority Health, a Michigan-based health plan serving more than 1.3 million members, and Physicians Health Plan of Northern Indiana (PHPNI) have announced plans for Priority Health to acquire PHPNI, a health plan based in Fort Wayne that currently serves more than 52,000 members in Indiana and Ohio. Click here to Continue Reading… Keep Reading

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OHIO Board of Trustees approve Lancaster nursing expansion, support implementation of University’s Dynamic Strategy goals

The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved a nursing expansion on the Lancaster campus. The Board also approved a resolution to proceed with the implementation of OHIO’s Dynamic Strategy(opens in a new window) effort and approved the University’s reimagined mission, vision and values statements during meetings Thursday, June 13 and Friday, June 14 on OHIO’s Dublin campus. On Friday, the… Keep Reading

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Central Ohio counties under Air Quality Alert for Thursday

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Four counties in central Ohio (Deleware, Fairfield, Franklin and Licking) will be under an Air Quality Alert on Thursday, June 20, according to a press release from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission. They say the area will see “ground-level ozone pollution” reach levels that may be unhealthy for those in at-risk groups… Keep Reading

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$10 million to go toward local fair projects in Ohio

OHIO — Ohio officials announced Monday $10 million in grants to support local fairgrounds. The money was part of Ohio’s County and Independent Fair Grant Project, which helps county and independent agricultural societies with improvements. “Investing in Ohio’s county and independent fairs means investing in some of Ohio’s most beloved traditions,” said Gov. Mike DeWine… Keep Reading

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Urban Meyer just served Ryan Day and Ohio State a big helping of rat poison

Ohio State was extremely talented last year. Ohio State is almost always extremely talented. Then came the offseason, when a slew of star players — defensive lineman J.T. Tuimoloau, running back TreVeyon Henderson and wide receiver Emeka Egbuka, among others — decided to remain in Columbus and chase a national title rather than enter the NFL Draft. That… Keep Reading

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Ohio State Leads Project To Transform Physics Education

As national interest in STEM degrees rise, the number of students completing them has dwindled. This alarming educational gap may be due in part to a mismatch between the mathematics preparation that many undergraduate students have and the math requirements for STEM students in introductory physics courses, said Geraldin​​e Cochran, an associate professor of physics at The Ohio… Keep Reading

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ONE Health Ohio reopens, adds to Warren West location

WARREN — ONE Health Ohio at Warren West Community Health Center held a grand reopening Friday to the community following its nine-month closure. The health care provider also held a 1 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 716 Tod Ave SW location to introduce its prescription pharmacy pad, which will provide a variety of in-house pharmacy… Keep Reading

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