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Author: Ryan Voyles

mHUB announces MedTech accelerator with industry partners Baxter and Edward-Elmhurst Health Venture Capital

mHUB, one of the nation’s leading independent hardtech innovation and manufacturing centers, today announced the upcoming launch of a MedTech cohort of its Accelerated Incubation accelerator program. Supported by industry partners Baxter and Edward-Elmhurst Health Venture Capital, the startup accelerator intends to advance demand-driven, novel medical device technologies that have the potential to transform healthcare.

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Loyola University Chicago and University of Cape Town partner on global health esearch

Lara Dugas, PhD, associate professor of Global Public Health and Epidemiology in the Department of Public Health Sciences at Loyola University Chicago’s (LUC’s) Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health, has been awarded a prestigious AXA Research Chair.

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Sinai Chicago launches innovative patient flow technology to create a patient-centric transformational experience

Sinai Chicago, which for more than a century has been providing exceptional healthcare to the residents of Chicago’s West and Southwest sides, recently launched an innovative patient throughput technology to transform health care delivery and create a more seamless and caring patient experience.

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On the Record with Matt Hartman, Executive Director, Illinois Health Care Association

As the legislative session heads into its final weekend, an ambitious proposal from the Department of Healthcare and Family Services to reform how nursing homes are reimbursed is looking less likely, as are other workforce proposals pushed by the Illinois Health Care Association.

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