The relationship between providers and managed care organizations in Illinois is “light years” ahead of where it was a few years ago, MCO leaders said at a Health News Illinois event Wednesday morning in Chicago.
Author: Ryan Voyles
A plan by Senate President John Cullerton, D-Chicago, to ban flavored electronic cigarette products cleared a Senate committee Wednesday afternoon, as the veto session winds down.
The House signed off on legislation Wednesday aimed at decreasing the price tag of insulin for patients.
A plan to further regulate ethylene oxide emissions in Illinois stalled in a Senate committee Wednesday.
The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago has launched a classroom simulated medical science lab intended to train students in the healthcare industry.
A new proposal would regulate the distance that electronic cigarettes, tobacco and other alternative nicotine products can be sold from schools.
Gov. JB Pritzker ticked off a series of healthcare investments for veterans his administration has made during a Veteran’s Day event Monday morning in Chicago.
Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said there has been a "breakthrough" in their research on the outbreak of vaping-related illnesses that have led to more than 2,000 hospitalizations and 39 deaths across the country, including three in Illinois.
Sinai Health System and SEIU Healthcare Illinois have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract for the union’s nearly 400 employees at Mount Sinai Hospital and Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, the two sides announced Friday.
Drew Early sees a wealth of potential for the healthcare industry in central Illinois.
Advocates for residents with developmental disabilities told lawmakers this week that more needs to be done to ensure enough available housing.
Illinois’ two senators criticized a recently unveiled plan from the Environmental Protection Agency that would reduce industrial emissions of ethylene oxide.
Riverside Healthcare seeks to build a nearly $27 million medical center in Bourbonnais, according to a recent application with the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board.