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  • Retired INHS CEO Tom Fritz dies on fishing trip

    Tom Fritz, former CEO of Inland Northwest Health Services, died Monday while fishing on Lake Coeur d’Alene, just six months after he retired from the organization he led for 16 …


  • Tom Fritz, retired CEO of INHS, found dead in Lake Coeur d’Alene

    Tom Fritz, former CEO of Inland Northwest Health Services, died Monday while fishing on Lake Coeur d’Alene, just six months after he retired from the organization he led for 16 …


  • Downtown buildings change hands

    Two of Spokane’s well-known but cash-strapped buildings concluded foreclosure sales Friday, closing the file on separate cases of large commercial properties falling victim to a distressed real estate market. The …


  • Google Health shutdown affects 280 in Spokane

    A Google Health pilot program to collect and manage personal health records for some Spokane residents will shut down Jan. 1. The closure will affect about 280 Spokane patients who …


  • INHS case reaches settlement

    Deaconess Medical Center has severed its 17-year partnership stake in Inland Northwest Health Services as part of a lawsuit settlement announced Thursday. The governing board of INHS will now be …


  • Region part of federal pilot program to track diabetes

    The diabetes problem is reaching full roar in the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene region. More than 48,000 people are living with the chronic disease and another 114,000 are on the cusp as …


  • Grant makes services for diabetics a priority

    A $15.7 million federal grant is expected to bolster medical services for diabetics living in Eastern Washington. Spokane-based Inland Northwest Health Services will use the federal stimulus funds to work …


  • INHS receives $15.7 million grant for diabetes network

    A $15.7 million federal grant is expected to bolster medical services for diabetics living in Eastern Washington. Spokane-based Inland Northwest Health Services is receiving the federal stimulus funds and intends …


  • Deaconess, INHS temper latest clash

    Deaconess Medical Center and Inland Northwest Health Services have stepped back from a dispute over unpaid bills and financial records that threatened to disrupt the hospital’s use of electronic medical …


  • Windows interest light

    Businesses and organizations in Spokane and North Idaho say they’re thinking about buying the new Windows 7 operating system. But for most the talk is phrased cautiously, with “at some …

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