Business news of local interest
Indoor gun, archery range now open in Altoona
Double Tap Indoor Gun Range & Training Center is now open for business at 704 Eighth Ave.
Owned and operated by active and retired law enforcement officers, Double Tap Range offers the community an indoor range for firearms and archery, along with a retail area for buying, selling and trading of firearms. Double Tap offers training classes and private lessons on a weekly or monthly basis.
Business hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The telephone number is 515-1122.
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/Double-Tap-Indoor-Gun-Range-104979881168982.
LifePoint Health Business Services Center to transition
LifePoint Health, owner and operator of the LifePoint Health Business Services Center in Johnstown, has entered into a new revenue cycle management agreement with R1 RCM.
The agreement is designed to enhance patient experience and streamline operations to meet the needs of the health system for the communities LifePoint serves.
All BSC employees will be offered positions with R1.
LifePoint Health has operated the BSC in Johnstown since 2016. In the four years, 154 new professional positions were created.
The transition to R1 will enable the hospitals supported by the BSC (including Conemaugh Health System) to maintain their commitment to providing high-quality care while enhancing the patient financial process from start to finish.
Butz Family of Companies receives two national awards
The Butz Family of Companies, comprised of Alexander Building Construction Co., Alvin H. Butz Inc. and Shoemaker Construction Co., received two 2020 Construction Management Association of America National Project Achievement Awards.
The Parkland School District Veterans Memorial Elementary School project received an award for Education Projects less than $50 million. The Mount Nittany Health Cardiovascular Pavilion project received an award for Healthcare Projects less than $50 million.
Alexander Building Construction Co. was the construction manager, and JPT Architects was the architect for the Mount Nittany Health Cardiovascular Pavilion project.