Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 7-13, 2017

IndyGo is exercising its power of eminent domain to gain control of property it needs to create the Red Line rapid-transit route. Scott Olson looks at the tensions that have flared up between the transit service and business owners along College Avenue. Also in this issue, John Russell reports on the tough stance Anthem Inc. is taking with customers over ER visits, and Anthony Schoettle profiles WTTS-FM 92.3, what one market observer calls "the rebel of the Indianapolis market."

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Anthem takes harder line on ER visits

Starting Oct. 1, Anthem said, it could deny claims for hundreds of non-emergency diagnosis codes, such as bruises, rashes, minor burns, swimmer’s ear and athlete’s foot.

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Study: Indiana ranks 17th in data innovation

The rankings are based on three areas considered key to enabling data-driven innovation: “the availability of high-value data sets, the creation of important technologies, and the development of human and business capital.”

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Elevate provides $1.5M to southwestern Indiana

A pool totaling $2.5 million will fund investments in local businesses, portfolio services, events for entrepreneurs and investors, marketing support, business coaching, access to professional resources, and more.

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LETTER: Media needs to look at reality of ACA

This standoff started when the ACA was force fed through the Democratic-led House and Senate, along partisan lines, as part of a partisan agenda, and among lies about the legislation’s effect on those who had health care.

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