HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital will soon go live with Epic, a new electronic health record (EHR) system as part of their ongoing commitment to patient safety while also continuing to streamline health information sharing with other providers. With the addition of St. Anthony’s, Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) is completing a four-year $112 million […]
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A plan to regulate pharmacy benefit managers in Illinois is heading to Gov. JB Pritzker's desk after it was unanimously approved Wednesday by the Senate.
The Senate signed off Wednesday on a modified marijuana legalization bill directing some of the revenue to mental health programs and restricting home growing to patients with medical marijuana licenses.
Lawmakers are looking to place stricter safety requirements on companies that use ethylene oxide to sterilize medical devices.
A Senate committee has approved a plan barring vaping in indoor public areas.
May 28, 2019 | Top Stories
The University of Chicago’s School of Medicine was recently honored for helping improve trust in healthcare.
A bill expanding abortion rights in Illinois cleared a major hurdle this weekend, passing out of a House committee Sunday night along party lines.
Lawmakers and the Illinois Health and Hospital Association have agreed on legislation that would make changes to the process for closing healthcare facilities.
Decatur Memorial Hospital is set to join Springfield-based Memorial Health System this fall, pending regulatory approval.
A bill expanding abortion rights in Illinois should clear the House in the next week, said its sponsor Rep. Kelly Cassidy, D-Chicago.
Newly inaugurated Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants to boost access to mental health services, better connect eligible residents with insurance coverage and hire a city Medicaid director.