Indianapolis Business Journal

OCT. 8-14, 2021

The nursing shortage has grown so severe in central Indiana that some hospitals are paying millions of dollars to hire short-term traveling nurses at fill gaps during the pandemic. John Russell explains how the expense of hiring traveling nurses has grown during the pandemic. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr reports on a startup from Telamon Corp. founder Albert Chen that sells collaborative robots, also known as “cobots,” that can work alongside humans. And Emily Ketterer explores charges from an ultra-conservative Indiana lawmaker that GOP leaders essentially have pushed him out of office by redrawing his district in a way that would deny him reelection.

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There are people in this world who supposedly enjoy personally planning and overseeing their own retirement programs, investment strategies and children’s college funds. For the rest of us, there are financial planners.

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