Health Care

September 22, 2009

By Mike Lewis

The June trip to Washington, D.C., Dr. Garrison Bliss explains in a hurried phone call from the nations capital, involved more defense than offense. We just want to make sure [lawmakers] dont do something to damage what we want to do, Bliss says. We want them to know that insurance has been central in the…

  • September 2009

April 15, 2009

By Randy Woods and Julie H. Case

As we march inexorably deeper into 2009, we seem to be walking through a minefield. Everywhere we go there is bad news. Virtually every major Washington institution has announced layoffs. And if they havent yet, theres a good chance they soon will. Stock prices keep sinking, and many companies now face the threat of bankruptcy….

  • May 2009

March 2, 2009

By Dean Paton

Washington state has long ranked among the nations leaders when it comes to state-of-the-art health care. But who are the dedicated professionals helping to make this state such a unique place for the health care industry and life sciences to flourish? And more to the point, who are the best of the best? Identifying those…

  • March 2009

September 18, 2008

By Nick Horton

Prescription drug advertisements, it seems, are everywhere. We stumble upon them while watching television, while reading our newspapers and magazines, or while flittering aimlessly about the web. Ever feel awkward or anxious in social settings? No worries: Paxil knows how you feel. How about sleep? Is it ever hard to slow your racing mind? Fear…

  • October 2008