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Shortage in Manufacturing Training Programs?

Posted 7:51 PM by
There has been a significant increase in on-shore manufacturing productivity over the past few years, but will the U.S. labor market be able to continue to support that growth? One of the keys to maintaining a strong labor force for the manufacturing and distribution industry is industry-specific training. 
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Small Manufacturers Need to Reevaluate "Made in the USA"

Posted 12:38 PM by
Much has changed in the manufacturing industry over the past 10 years when it comes to offshoring decisions. Ten years ago, it was assumed by most manufacturers that outsourcing and buying parts from overseas would be a cheaper and more profitable approach. However, the current environment is not so easy to read. 
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Where IT Professionals Go and Why

Posted 4:21 PM by
Much has changed in the manufacturing industry over the past 10 years when it comes to offshoring decisions. Ten years ago, it was assumed by most manufacturers that outsourcing and buying parts from overseas would be a cheaper and more profitable approach. However, the current environment is not so easy to read. 
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Indiana Perfect Location for Manufacturers

Posted 8:38 PM by
A recent ranking by Site Selection magazine placed Indiana as the second-most competitive state in the U.S. for business based on its annual competitiveness survey. The survey evaluated each state based on the following criteria.
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Jury Finds Tuomey Guilty On Both Stark Law and False Claims Act

Posted 7:33 PM by
After a four-week trial, a jury ruled in favor of the government finding that Tuomey Healthcare System inappropriately compensated 19 specialists and concurrently submitted over $39 million in fraudulent Medicare claims.
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The Outpatient Arena: A Key to Healthcare Reform

Posted 6:29 PM by
In many regions across the continental United States, patients are demanding greater convenience, access, and quality in the medical care they receive. Hospitals that want to capture a larger piece of the high growth markets are investing in ambulatory care and outpatient services.
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Annual Indiana Manufacturing Survey Now Underway

Posted 9:21 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP, is pleased to announce our seventh annual survey assessing the state of Indiana’s manufacturing and distribution industries is now underway. The Indiana Manufacturing Survey is conducted in partnership with the Indiana Manufacturers Association, Conexus Indiana, and Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.
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KSM and Baker Donelson to host first Trucking Owners Business Roundtable in Nashville

Posted 3:24 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller's Transportation Services Group and Baker Donelson's Transportation Group will host our first Trucking Owners Business Roundtable. The event will be held in Baker Donelson's First Floor Events Center from 7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
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Manufacturers Need Lawmakers' Help!

Posted 8:22 PM by
While employment growth has been seen in the manufacturing industry, many manufacturers feel there could be much larger gains. In The Hill article, "Manufacturers urge lawmakers to help businesses grow," Vicki Needham reports that this is due to concerns about the health of the federal government and the nation’s current regulatory environment.
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Economic development deals need to benefit all sides

Posted 2:11 PM by
In a recent article authored by Tim Cook, published in the Indianapolis Business Journal, "Economic development deals need to benefit all sides," Cook outlines the various facets of economic development deals; charges officials with educating the public on such deals; and stresses the importance these deals have on Indiana's future economic success.
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