Loyola Medicine will increase its current minimum wage at its three hospitals and network of ambulatory centers, the system announced Monday.
Author: Ryan Voyles
Several healthcare leaders of organizations based in Illinois made Modern Healthcare magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in healthcare.
The state is seeking an 1115 waiver to implement a law passed earlier this year that would expand Medicaid coverage from 60 days postpartum to 12 months.
The Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago’s Board of Directors has formally elected Dr. Thomas Shanley to serve as the hospital’s new president and CEO.
With a week left of open enrollment, Gov. JB Pritzker’s administration announced it will launch a new ad campaign intended to boost Healthcare.gov sign-ups in Illinois.
The state is expanding a care coordination program for residents enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid statewide.
As the first-ever executive director of the Health Care Council of Chicago, Meghan Phillipp is charged with bringing groups from across the Chicago healthcare market together to find solutions to the challenges that face the region.
The Illinois Department of Insurance has signed off on a plan to allow Centene Corporation and WellCare Health Plans to merge, the companies announced Thursday.
Nearly 200 Illinoisans have now been hospitalized with vaping-related illnesses, according to data released Thursday by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
OSF HealthCare hopes to create the “shining star” of cancer treatment outside the Chicago area with a proposed $237 million comprehensive cancer center in Peoria.
Encompass Health plans to open a roughly $52 million physical rehabilitation hospital in Libertyville, according to an application with the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board.
The recently announced sale of IlliniCare Health Plan will have no impact on the transition of thousands of children under the care of the Department of Children and Family Services to the managed care plan, health officials said this week.
Members of the Illinois congressional delegation are asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to further regulate ethylene oxide emissions at commercial sterilization facilities.