While most businesses questioned how to best navigate the changing regulatory, legal, and tax landscape at the onset of the pandemic, it was the professional services sector that was there to provide guidance and help answer those questions. Now as Florida and the country begin to slowly close the chapter on COVID-19, many of those same firms are asking questions of their own as uncertainty remains around what the future may hold.
As a $4 trillion industry, which would be the fourth-largest economy in the world by itself, healthcare is a cornerstone of modern society. While healthcare has improved dramatically over time, its costs have increased as well. According to the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), National healthcare expenditures as a percentage of GDP have increased steadily over time, from 5% in 1960 to 17.7% in 2019. Here is what South Jersey healthcare leaders are doing to control healthcare costs while maintaining quality.
Atlanta is expecting a July 4 weekend rebound in the decimated hospitality sector after a year of unprecedented challenges for the industry. Despite some issues with labor shortages and international travel restrictions, the city is ready to receive visitors during America’s most popular holiday, with local leaders hoping it’s just the start.
The Orlando market is the country’s most popular Fourth of July travel destination this year as more than 47 million Americans kick off their summer travel plans, the AAA reported. Buoyed by the fully open local landscape, the Orlando International Airport (MCO) predicts more than three times as many travelers for the Independence Day break this year over 2020, figures that closely rival pre-pandemic levels.
Medical-device company CVRx went public on Wednesday, debuting 7 million shares on the Nasdaq at an initial price of $18.00 before ending the day up 55.8% at $28.00 a share. On Thursday, the stock took a quick breather, opening the market down just down by .89% or $27.75 per share.