Author - Chris Price

January 2019 Magazine

Healthcare Innovations

By Chris Price Innovator Health Telemedicine technology During a 15-month deployment in Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne Division in 2007, physician Darren J. Sommer developed an idea that could change the way health care is delivered in remote locations. “I was fresh out of residency and...

January 2019 Magazine

The Rising Cost of Labor

By Chris Price With the passage of Issue 5, Arkansas’ minimum wage will increase 76 percent over a seven year span. While Arkansas workers at the lowest end of the pay scale are celebrating, Arkansas business owners are increasingly nervous about their futures. In November, Arkansans voted in...

December 2018 Magazine

Rolling The Dice

By Chris Price Casino gaming could add billions to state coffers, but will it be a win for Arkansas? On Election Day, voters approved an amendment to the state Constitution to allow four casinos in the state, and a week after the measure passed, Arkansans got a glimpse of what’s to come at one of...

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An Arkansas Collaboration: Flying Duck Amber Ale

Beer developed by Rich-N-Tone Duck Calls and Flyway Brewing coming to store shelves today by Chris Price It’s duck season in Arkansas, and two Natural State companies have joined forces to celebrate it. Flyway Brewing, a 10-barrel microbrewery near the banks of the Arkansas River, in the heart...

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Arkansas Times Changing to Monthly Publication

Five days after Arkansas Money & Politics broke the news that the Arkansas Times, a weekly alternative newspaper based in Little Rock, was considering altering its production to a monthly format, the publication confirmed today via e-mail that it will transition to a glossy monthly magazine on...

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Arkansas Times Considering Change to Monthly Publication

Arkansas Times, a weekly alternative newspaper based in Little Rock, is considering altering its production to a monthly format. Publisher Alan Leveritt says no official decision had been made. “It’s way premature to say that we’re changing,” Leveritt says. “We’re talking about a lot...

Magazine October 2018

Careful Construction

By Chris Price Aesthetics and amenities have become major considerations when building, expanding health care facilities. A quick look around Arkansas shows the medical landscape is rapidly changing. Health care organizations are in increased competition for patients and their money. As a result...