Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois broke ground Wednesday on a community health center in Chicago’s Morgan Park neighborhood.
Author: Ryan Voyles
Forty-six Illinois hospitals received top marks on patient safety, according to a report released Thursday morning by The Leapfrog Group.
A federal judge struck down a Trump administration rule protecting providers who refuse to provide care based on religious beliefs or moral convictions, according to a Wednesday statement from Attorney General Kwame Raoul.
Nov 6, 2019 | Press Releases
Advocate Aurora Health, one of the 10 largest not-for-profit integrated health systems in the country, and MATTER, the premier healthcare incubator and innovation hub, named digital health startup LifePod the winner of the 2019 Health Tech Venture Challenge.
The Illinois Department of Public Health has awarded 14 state organizations a total of $350,000 to help increase the number of women who obtain wellness checks.
A changing global climate will force the healthcare industry to find ways to lower its carbon footprint, Kenneth Strømdahl, senior vice president of global device research and development at Danish-based Novo Nordisk, said during an event Tuesday morning in Chicago at healthcare incubator MATTER.
Fourteen hospitals and health systems, including four with an Illinois presence, announced a more than $700 million commitment on Tuesday to address disparities.
Midwest Alliance for Patient Safety PSO Presents Patient Safety Champion Award to a Rush Copley Medical Center Employee
Nov 5, 2019 | Press Releases
On October 30, 2019, the Midwest Alliance for Patient Safety (MAPS) Patient Safety Organization (PSO) awarded Suzanne Khoury, a senior medical technologist at Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, with the MAPS PSO Patient Safety Champion award for preventing patient harm. MAPS PSO is an Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA) company.
Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital in Chicago will launch an outpatient behavioral health program on Wednesday.
Nov 5, 2019 | Top Stories
Illinois continues to struggle with premature births, according to a report released Monday by March of Dimes.
Illinois will provide nearly $3 million for trauma recovery centers throughout the state.
The rise in the number of patients treated by Cook County Health without health insurance could lead the system to consider cuts to services.
Illinois will delay the implementation of the integrated health homes program until next April, state officials announced Friday.
Illinois Medical District CEO Suzet McKinney thinks there’s no reason Chicago can’t become the country’s next hub for life sciences.Read More