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  • OMH expands telepsychiatry regulations to increase access

    New guidelines allow more mental-health providers to utilize telehealth technology The New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) on July 9 announced the adoption of new, expanded telepsychiatry re Read More

  • 2019 MVHS Stomp Out Cancer Telethon raises $250,000

    UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) Foundation and the MVHS Cancer Center announced that their 21st annual Stomp Out Cancer Telethon held this spring raised $250,000. Read More

  • Why Businesses Must Grasp Millennial Thinking Or Face Economic Calamity

    When it comes to shopping and buying, the millennial generation appears to play by its own rules. And businesses that fail to understand the millennial mindset are destined to fall behind their compe Read More

  • Let’s Try Clear Lenses to View the Economy

    Lately we have seen everything from school lunches to sneakers to the 4th of July politicized. That’s a pity. But a greater pity is the politicization of the U.S. economy. The left declares the econo Read More

  • Getting Congress Back on Track

    The other day, someone I’ve known for years offered a pointed bit of criticism. “It’s easy for people like you to make long lists of things Congress should do to improve,” he said. “But you know good Read More

  • Pinckney Hugo Group

    Pinckney Hugo Group has hired ERIN DONAGHY as an account manager and KATIE COTTEN as a junior art director. Donaghy previously worked as director of marketing at Dunk & Bright Furniture. She also Read More

  • DAVID KAVNEY

    NBT Bank has hired DAVID KAVNEY as senior VP and Central New York regional executive. He will be based in Syracuse and assist in building NBT’s commercial-banking relationships in the region. Kavney b Read More

  • LAURIE MIROFF

    LAURIE MIROFF has been appointed the new director of Binghamton University’s Public Archaeology Facility (Archaeology Research Center). She has been project director with the research center since 199 Read More

  • SHEILA RAMANATHAN

    The Hamilton Family Health Center has added SHEILA RAMANATHAN, D.O., to its Community Memorial Healthcare unit. She is a family medicine physician with an interest in rural medicine and women’s health Read More