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Author: Ryan Voyles

OSF, Perry Memorial plan to strengthen partnership

OSF HealthCare and Princeton’s Perry Memorial Hospital are looking at taking their partnership to the next level. Perry Memorial has been an independent affiliate of OSF since 2007. “As we think about the future of health and wellness in the communities we serve, we know that a partnership with a comprehensive and integrated delivery system […]

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On the record with Jill Fraggos, executive director at the Collaborative for Children’s Health Policy

After a year of conversations and identifying goals, the Illinois Collaborative for Children’s Health Policy is ready to go public and help drive policy change that will improve the lives of children.

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Cook County Health CEO Shannon says they will conduct independent review of negative audit

Cook County Health CEO Dr. Jay Shannon pushed back again Thursday against a report from the county’s inspector general report that found the health system's Medicaid plan would be unable to pay its bills.

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Quincy Medical Group requests public hearing on Blessing’s proposed ambulatory surgery center

Quincy Medical Group has asked the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board to hold a public hearing on an application by Blessing Health System to build a new ambulatory surgical treatment center.

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Community members rally in support of MetroSouth at public hearing

Quorum Health’s decision to close Blue Island’s MetroSouth Medical Center drew fierce opposition from doctors, nurses, community members and elected officials Wednesday morning. However, the company maintained that financial pressures facing the 314-bed facility are too difficult to overcome. Approximately 150 people – many wearing blue “Save MetroSouth” T-shirts – arrived at a church roughly […]

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