April 4, 2014
Collaboration in Higher Education
University of South Carolina President Dr. Harris Pastides took the job at the height of the Great Recession. He maneuvered through both the economic woes and significant cuts in public funding for higher education while bolstering academics and strengthening the university’s ties to alumni.
March 28, 2014
Flexibility in Recruiting
The newly-formed Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina is designed to cut bureaucracy for companies in the state while adding speed and flexibility to the job of luring new business to the region, according to John Lassiter, chairman of the group’s Board
March 21, 2014
Part Two: Mental Health Policy in the Carolinas
While the Affordable Care Act now requires mental health coverage as an “essential benefit” under health insurance policies, there are still challenges in providing care for patients. Demand for mental health practitioners far exceeds supply in many communities in our region. The
March 14, 2014
Part One: Mental Health Policy in the Carolinas
Nearly constant change in the public policies which determine how the Carolinas treat the mentally ill has created a complex system of care for both health practitioners and patients. Access to healthcare coverage, a shortage of qualified behavioral health professionals
March 7, 2014
Part Two: Business Leaders & Education
Growing the Knowledge Economy in the Carolinas will require a well-qualified workforce and better alignment of priorities among industry leaders and educators. C-suite executives from both North and South Carolina have built coalitions to help change education policy in both
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March 28, 2014
Flexibility in Recruiting
The newly-formed Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina is designed to cut bureaucracy for companies in the state while adding speed and flexibility to the job of luring new business to the region, according to John Lassiter, chairman of the group’s Board
March 21, 2014
Part Two: Mental Health Policy in the Carolinas
While the Affordable Care Act now requires mental health coverage as an “essential benefit” under health insurance policies, there are still challenges in providing care for patients. Demand for mental health practitioners far exceeds supply in many communities in our region. The
March 14, 2014
Part One: Mental Health Policy in the Carolinas
Nearly constant change in the public policies which determine how the Carolinas treat the mentally ill has created a complex system of care for both health practitioners and patients. Access to healthcare coverage, a shortage of qualified behavioral health professionals
March 7, 2014
Part Two: Business Leaders & Education
Growing the Knowledge Economy in the Carolinas will require a well-qualified workforce and better alignment of priorities among industry leaders and educators. C-suite executives from both North and South Carolina have built coalitions to help change education policy in both
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