A timely reminder that you can’t cut your way to prosperity
The 2020 Most Powerful Women talk about finding their truths, building careers and accepting the ‘in spite of’ people in our lives
Pilot projects during what is essentially the world’s largest design charrette are proving their viability and value
In Camden, Arkansas, in 1968, where a railroad track separated the Black neighborhood from the rest of town, James Hildreth watched his father die from renal cancer without being admitted to a hospital for proper medical care.
By Vin Phan and Herman Williams
Nashville businessman and distiller Jason Ridgel takes a distinctive approach to how he views competition from fellow whiskey makers.
The teams at the Post and Nfocus teamed up again this year to organize Most Powerful Women, convening a group of outstanding leaders to tell their stories of leadership, entrepreneurship and career growth. This year’s event — which was presented by PNC Bank and also sponsored by Thistle Farm…
Unlike much of the rest of the economy, Nashville-based Ncontracts experienced only a slight hiccup as COVID-19 began its spread across the country earlier this year.
A few years after first being floated as a game-changer for some elements of health care, virtual reality technologies are coming into their own. To take stock of the landscape and trends, the Post in October convened a panel featuring HealthStream Senior Vice President Trisha Coady, BehaVR …
In April, amid lockdowns from the emerging COVID-19 pandemic, Ascension Saint Thomas executives sought permission from the state to build a neighborhood hospital at the intersection of Veterans Parkway and Shores Road near rising development on the west side of Murfreesboro.
It seemed as though North Nashville had the world’s attention in the weeks following the March 3 tornado. Large plots of the area were destroyed. Homes and businesses were flattened, trees were torn from the ground and scattered across roads like piles of sticks. The power remained out for s…
As health care costs continue to rise and hospitals explore new avenues to attract new patients, an alternative billing structure focused on a streamlined patient and payment experience is gaining ground locally.
When I’m not working, I am always doing something with my family — that’s where I spend all my free time. The challenge is that all five of us are type-A personalities so our schedules get pretty hectic. With my three kids very active in school and extracurricular activities and my wife and …
By Hal Andrews
By Shelley Smith
The sports landscape has undergone an analytical and data-driven revolution for the better part of the last two decades. Professional and amateur athletes alike have never had more knowledge and technology readily available at the click of a button than they do presently.
The Leadership Panel is one of the biggest events Women in Technology of Tennessee organizes each year and, barring the shift to a virtual setting, 2020 was no different. Brought together in late October to discuss various leadership and management topics were:
Daniel Oppong is a problem solver with a network.