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Project Paycheck: Here are early comments we’ve been getting from readers — you know, people who are experts, writ small, in how the pandemic has affected their lives and jobs.
Project Paycheck: Our new series focuses on why there is a labor shortage, what working in the Berkshires means and where our local jobs economy goes from here.
EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: Hospital price transparency data offer a revealing look at health care prices. But they're not usually helpful for patients.
The positivity rate for COVID-19 tests performed by Berkshire Health Systems has spiked in recent weeks, increasing to 6.4 percent this week from about 3 to 4 percent last month, as cases continue to increase in Berkshire County.
A former chief financial officer at Berkshire Health Systems has filed a lawsuit alleging the system overbilled Medicare by $5 million over several years – and fired him in retaliation for his effort to root out systemic billing problems.
Two weeks after an Oct. 1 deadline for employees to be vaccinated, Berkshire Health Systems is pulling its unvaccinated employees from in-person work and preparing to terminate some workers.
Noise-induced hearing loss is the second-most common form of hearing deficit after age-related hearing loss. But unlike the hearing loss that comes with age, the losses we suffer from exposure to noise are almost always preventable.
After Berkshire Health Systems declined to voluntarily recognize a VNA union, organizers filed notice with the National Labor Relations Board, seeking an election to join the Massachusetts Nurses Association.