March 2018

From this Issue

Partnering, pairing, associating. Whatever you want to call it, health care organizations will continue to merge.

“What it means for industry is that now you can actually make many, many more devices around you way smarter than they are right now.”

DJ Sharlese Metcalf looks for the best in Northwest music for her Saturday night program, "Audioasis."

Columnist John Levesque says this time, it's different. Donald Trump needs to be reined in, and accommodationist CEOs shouldn't go along with the open bigotry of his presidency.

Janicki Bioenergy’s high-tech waste treatment seems a boon for developing countries. Now comes the hard part: Convincing local municipalities that it’ll work here, too.

See the words Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and more use to attract talent.

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The Seattle-based bakery was founded in 1994 and now employs 350 people and packs and ships roughly 16 million loaves of bread a year.

After heading up Avanade’s operations in Europe and Africa, Pamela Maynard is bringing her philosophy on tech diversity to the entire company.

Take a look at the hustle and bustle of the market more than 100 years ago

Its rules are bizarre and its organization is confusing, but quirky Pike Place Market continues to be central to Seattle's identity.

The Pike Place Market Preservation & Development Authority's new executive director on history, goals and the gum wall.

Three ‘new’ enterprises got started elsewhere in the market before opening in the MarketFront addition.

The hoops are many and the hurdles are high. Still, totally worth it, says Rachel Marshall, founder of Rachel's Ginger Beer.

Here’s to the professionals who treat us, comfort us and heal us.

The chief medical officer of UW Medicine and the VP for medical affairs at University of Washington is this year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

EvergreenHealth, Astria Health Center, Familycare of Kent and Sequim Medical Associates scored better than average in every category in the Washington Health Alliance survey.

The researchers from Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research are Leaders in Health Care.

The president and CEO of Washington Permanente Medical Group, and the medical director at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance are Leaders in Health Care.

The president of University of Washington Physicians, Seattle, and the VP & COO of of Providence Medical Group, Northwest Washington Service Area Everett are Leaders in Health Care.

The CEO of Confluence Health in Wenatchee and the CEO of Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles are Leaders in Health Care

The VP of support services at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett is a Leader in Health Care.

The president and administrator at Issaquah Nursing & Rehabilitation, Issaquah, is a Leader in Health Care.