WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Tuesday, August 6th 2019

Randy Bushover
August 06, 2019 - 3:27 am

In order to comply with a new national standard governing storage and disposal of hazardous drugs such as chemotherapy, area hospitals are planning upgrades.  Business First reports Kaleida Health has filed plans with the state Health Department for $1.8 million in upgrades at Buffalo General Medical Center.  Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital will invest $1.36 million.  Olean General Hospital’s project will cost $861,000.  In addition, Erie County Medical Center, is spending $2 million, while Catholic Health invested $11 million for updates last year at three of its sites.

KeyBank is announcing a new suite of digital and banking tools that will make it easier for clients to take steps toward achieving financial wellness.  Combined, the new Key Cashback credit card, EasyUpSM and $0 Overdraft Protection Option tools empower clients to save money and pay down debt faster, while earning money back and avoiding unnecessary extra costs.

The University at Buffalo has been named to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s 2019 list of “Best College Values” for delivering students a high-quality education at an affordable price.  UB placed 61st on the magazine’s list of public colleges for in-state students and 56th for out-of-state students.

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