Author: Ryan Voyles
UnityPoint Health-Trinity and Encompass Health break ground on inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Moline
UnityPoint Health-Trinity and Encompass Health officials broke ground this week on the future home of The Quad Cities Rehabilitation Institute in Moline.
With the dust barely settled on the legislative spring session, and lawmakers planning to head back to Springfield for a one-day session next week, a panel of top healthcare lobbyists previewed the health issues likely to dominate the next year.
The Affordable Care Act helped reduce Illinois’ uninsured rate, per a report released over the weekend by President Joe Biden’s administration.
Jun 8, 2021 | Press Releases
Dr. Abhishek Solanki, an Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital and Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine Physician Researcher, received an $8.6 million merit grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Research and Development, to study new treatments for metastatic prostate cancer, or cancer that has spread outside of the prostate.Read More
COVID-19 has exacerbated mental illnesses across the state, mental health leaders said late last week at a virtual event hosted by the Gateway Foundation.
A year after its regular spring session was upended by COVID-19, the General Assembly returned to action in Springfield this year and approved various measures that will impact the state’s healthcare system beyond the pandemic.
Conventions, sports arenas and amusement parks can operate at full capacity starting June 11 for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, under guidelines released Friday by Gov. JB Pritzker.
Hospital groups applauded a provision in the state budget passed last week by lawmakers that will send millions of dollars annually to critical access hospitals.
The Department of Healthcare and Family Services has started collecting feedback on a healthcare feasibility study, which officials said late last week will help guide policymakers on how to make healthcare more affordable.
Chicago Department of Public Health officials will knock on every door in 13 communities with the city’s lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates to encourage residents to get inoculated.
Facing a shortage of talent, Alverno Laboratories offers $10,000 sign-on bonus for midnight MT and MLT positions
Jun 7, 2021 | Press Releases
With a talent shortage across various critical sectors, including the healthcare industry, Hammond-based Alverno Laboratories is finding ways to creatively attract talent.Read More