More than half of U.S. hospitals are turning to telemedicine to provide clinical services in a range of settings, in some cases enabling patients to consult a physician directly from home with a few taps on their smartphone.However, the head of one large national company says Louisiana's telemedicine regulations are ambiguous, and that Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners inquiries into some physicians' practices could stymie the industry's growth in the state.Other in-state health...
A proposal to build a mixed-use development offering hundreds of apartment units on more than three acres adjacent to the Mississippi River Levee in Algiers Point was granted another reprieve Tuesday from members of the New Orleans City Planning Commission.The application for the project was submitted by River Street Ventures LLC, a limited liability corporation that lists Philip Spiegelman as a managing member.The commission voted 7-0 to defer a decision on the matter for one month in order...
A year into an OPEC-led push to rein in a global oil glut and buoy prices, U.S. crude oil ended 2017 at $60 a barrel, the highest year-end price since 2013.What's more, some industry leaders see signs that the hard-hit oil and gas industry may have finally turned a corner. But that's never a safe bet to last.If crude prices continue to hover around $60, many experts don't believe it will be enough of a catalyst to jump-start significant drilling in Louisiana.
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Selecting a term
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