Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 1-7, 2013

This week in IBJ, two CEOs of the area's big hospital systems reveal that their doctors are likely to see pay cuts in the next few years, unless they find new ways to be significantly more efficient. J.K. Wall reports that hospitals are losing millions of dollars on their employed physicians, and that Obamacare and budget battles in Congress are sucking money away from hospitals as well. In Forefront, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett go head-to-head on the question of whether Indianapolis gets more than its fair share from the General Assembly. And in A&E etc., Lou Harry explains why the "Avatar" exhibit at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is so much better than the 2008 movie.

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Don’t tamper with charitable deductions

While elected officials express support for the value and impact of charitable giving, proposals on the table indicate a very real threat to incentives that encourage this kind of generosity.

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Smokers get snub from airport

Smokers will have to keep skulking around Indianapolis International Airport, following a board decision June 21 to stick with its hard-line policy of no puffing anywhere on the premises.

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