Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 2-8, 2015

This week, IBJ unveils the members of its Forty Under 40 Class of 2015—a collection of unusually accomplished young professionals who already are making vital contributions to life in Indianapolis. Also in this issue, Scott Olson uncovers plans from PulteGroup to build an 800-lot development in Plainfield from 270 acres it has purchased. And in A&E Etc., Mike Lopresti chats with Ball State and NCAA tourney legend Paris McCurdy.

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Physical therapy provider fans out

Tx:Team has always run its business by sending its therapists to wherever patients are—rather than wooing them into its own facilities. Now, financial pressures from Obamacare and cash-strapped employers are pushing all health care providers to do the same.

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FRANK: How to solve Carmel’s physician shortage

Stuffy nose and shaking chills? Need a doctor? Good luck finding one in Hamilton County. As an influenza epidemic races through Indiana and Obamacare demands that you select your primary care physician (PCP), many in suburban Indianapolis cannot find a health care provider.

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HICKS: Piecemeal dismantling of liquor laws a bad idea

The regulation of alcoholic beverages in Indiana contains a vast web of laws that apply differently to different types of businesses. Over the past 80 years, firms across Indiana have in good faith made investment and location decisions based upon these laws.

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