This Week
  • Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services to end much-debated electronic records plan.

  • Founding director Andrew Phelps believes in the MAGIC Center at RIT.

  • MediSked offers a system to to help those with developmental disabilities.

  • Area financial institutions are working to diversify their revenue sources.

  • Rebekah Frischkorn knew from the start that agency work was right for her.

  • Mirror Show Management grabbed the top spot on the 2015 Rochester Top 100.

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Changes coming to care
Last month, the head of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services announced it would pull the plug on Meaningful Use, its name for the carrot-and-stick effort to promote the use of electronic health records. Left hanging is what will replace it.

Pinnacle aims high
A new sports facility in Victor, aimed at becoming the ultimate sports tourism destination in Upstate New York, is looking to extend its reach and tap local conventions, trade shows and other non-sports events.

Snap Poll: Six years after Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, most respondents oppose the high court ruling.

Profile: Founding director Andrew Phelps believes in the MAGIC Center at RIT.

Special Report: Area financial institutions are working to diversify their revenue sources.

Rochester Top 100: MediSked LLC began after its founders saw a need for a system to accurately track preferences, individual needs and medical histories of those with developmental disabilities.

On Sports: Jason McElwain, better known simply as J-Mac, met Peyton Manning 10 years ago. A bond was formed between the two. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: Nothnagle Realtors leads this week’s list of residential real estate firms. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.


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