Lawyers representing death row inmates in Missouri filed a complaint with the state Board of Pharmacy Thursday. As St. Louis Public Radio and the Beacon’s Chris McDaniel reports, the complaint cites their investigation from earlier this week.
The merger between CoxHealth and what was formerly Skaggs Regional Medical Center in Branson has led to some confusion over which health insurance policies are accepted at the Branson hospital. As KSMU’s Jennifer Davidson reports, Cox Branson is clarifying its position for its patients.
In an investigation spanning the past few months, St. Louis Public Radio and the Beacon has discovered the state of Missouri may be ignoring its own laws in carrying out the death penalty by buying execution drugs from a pharmacy not licensed to do business in Missouri.
A support group to assist black mothers is underway in Springfield. As KSMU’s Kaitlyn Schwers reports, the Springfield-Greene County WIC program recognized the need upon completion of the latest community health assessment report, which will be published this spring.
A group of trappist monks in the rural Ozarks will celebrate Christmas in worship--and by opening their monastery doors to those who may be without families. KSMU's Jennifer Davidson has this interview with Father Cyprian, who oversees the monastery.
A health advocacy organization in Springfield is making cooking supplies available for reservation, and they’re calling it “the portable kitchen.” KSMU’s Kaitlyn Schwers has more on what this new initiative can do for the community.
Hospitals know that the holidays can be a difficult time for patients to schedule an appointment with their doctors. That’s why two Springfield health care providers allow some patients to meet with their doctor without having to walk out of the house. KSMU’s Kaitlyn Schwers has more on these “e-visits.”