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Posted: Jan, 11 2017
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Health care consumers now expect the same type of seamless experience they get from Amazon and Uber. Here's how to meet their expectations.

Posted: Jan, 09 2017
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How can we look at an employee population and figure out not just who has cost a lot, but who has the capacity to cost a lot? Once we identify the high risk members, what can we do to help prevent their health issues from escalating into the high-cost category?

Posted: Nov, 22 2016
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The 2016 Neighborhood Builder Winners are tackling hunger and family support services.

Posted: Nov, 03 2016
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MacDonald-Miller’s Chief Information Officer, Bradd Busick, explains how this new technology will be integrated into services.

Posted: Sep, 21 2016
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The Polyclinic Northgate wanted to do something that had never been done before -- create a medical clinic that could be rearranged in a weekend, located in virtually any building, and most importantly, a place that would not cost a lot to change in the future.

Posted: Sep, 19 2016
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Millennial and Gen Z interns are more entrepreneurial and expect to add real value to their company rather than simply completing menial tasks, and they’re seeking out internships at a much younger age.

Posted: Jun, 12 2016
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In addition to generous leave policies, top companies also offer benefits to support infertility treatment and higher education subsidies

Posted: Apr, 27 2016
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Seattle Business spoke with Curt Fraser of Chase Commercial Banking about Washington state’s advanced manufacturing techniques, living-wage jobs that sustain community, and overcoming the skills gap through programs like New Skills at Work, Challenge Seattle and the Seattle Regional Partnership.

Posted: Mar, 01 2016
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Reagan Perry, Executive VP of Construction Sales, gives insight into MacMiller’s role in one the biggest projects the city has ever seen--the 8th & Howell Hotel.

Posted: Nov, 17 2015
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Matt had built Fremont Brewing Company into a thriving Seattle craft brewer. He had built a community gathering spot and urban beer garden where locals could grab a handcrafted beer and enjoy life. He knew it was time for more.