President Donald Trump’s plan to allow more individuals and small businesses to band together to create group health plans faces an uncertain future after a federal judge struck down the provision late Thursday.
Author: Ryan Voyles
Arlington Height’s Northwest Community Healthcare is seeking state approval of a 70,000-square-foot medical office building in Buffalo Grove.
Illinois has sued the federal government in an effort to reverse a decision requiring repayment of nearly $145 million in reimbursements to two Chicago hospitals.
The Quincy Medical Group has asked the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board for another opportunity to provide information on its proposed surgery center during an upcoming board meeting.
A new bill pushed by Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Matteson, would expand Medicaid coverage for new mothers.
State lawmakers are moving forward with a plan preventing state banking regulators from punishing financial institutions for doing business with the Illinois medical marijuana industry as an Illinois congressman says momentum seems to be growing for a similar act at the national level.
New legislation would make Illinois' medical marijuana pilot program permanent and expand the number of conditions it covers.
A new report released Thursday argues that Illinois can address a shortage in registered nurses by implementing minimum nurse-staffing mandates.
A U.S. Chamber of Commerce executive highlighted Wednesday how state and local business groups have used a new federal rule to offer health plans to their members.
The Illinois Supreme Court declined Wednesday to take up an appeal brought forth by an anti-abortion group hoping to overturn a law allowing state employee health insurance and Medicaid to cover abortions.
Republican lawmakers and hundreds of anti-abortion protestors took to Springfield Wednesday in hopes of stymying efforts to expand access to abortion services.
A Senate committee approved a plan Tuesday allowing minors to receive an abortion without having to notify their parents or legal guardians.
Lawmakers are considering ways to encourage more people to donate organs.
Over a third of graduating Illinois medical students are remaining in the state to complete their residencies, with internal medicine the top pick for students.