Lincolnshire-based Nexus Pharmaceuticals will build a sterile drug manufacturing facility in southeast Wisconsin, according to a Wednesday statement.
Author: Ryan Voyles
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science announced Wednesday the opening of a new bioscience incubator in Lake County that will house therapeutic, diagnostic and medical device startups.
Sinai Health System has opened what it describes as Chicago's first comprehensive medical unit created to treat patients in mental health crisis, according to a Wednesday statement.
Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park plans to end its open heart surgery services, pending approval from the Illinois Health Facilities Services and Review Board.
Federal health officials are pushing for more awareness among providers of a rare polio-like illness.
Advocate Aurora Health is partnering with membership-based primary care network One Medical, the companies announced Tuesday.
Genesis Medical Center in Silvis plans to discontinue its pediatric services, according to a recent application with the state’s Health Facilities and Services Review Board.
The Illinois Department of Corrections has agreed to a 10-year, $24.8 million contract with Georgia-based KaZee to implement and support a statewide electronic health records system.
Planned Parenthood of Illinois to accept federal dollars again after recent court decision on Title X
Planned Parenthood of Illinois clinics will once again use federal dollars to fund services after a federal appeals court put back in place a temporary freeze on a Trump administration rule for a federal family planning grant program as it reconsiders a decision last month that would have barred grant recipients from referring for abortions in most cases.
Prairie Heart Institute at HSHS St. John’s Hospital is in Midwest to Use New Minimally-Invasive Valve Replacement Technology
Jul 8, 2019 | Press Releases
The Prairie Heart Institute at HSHS St. John’s Hospital is the first hospital in the Midwest to offer the LOTUS Edge™ Valve System to treat high-risk patients with severe aortic stenosis.
An Indiana-based integrated laboratory network with services across northeastern Illinois plans to install technology by next year that will allow practitioners to digitally interpret histology and diagnose pathology cases, which in turn will improve laboratory efficiency, quality and patient care and safety.
The Illinois Comptroller’s office released $4.7 million last week to more than 70 independent pharmacies under a program aimed to help those operating in underserved parts of the state.
Gov. JB Pritzker’s administration announced last week that it would renew a program that makes it easier for low-income children to receive vaccinations.
Jul 8, 2019 | Press Releases
On the heels of being ranked thirteenth in the country in pediatric cardiology and cardiovascular surgery by U.S. News & World Report, Advocate Children’s Heart Institute unveiled their new Busking Family Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (PCICU) on Tuesday, July 2 in Oak Lawn. The highly-specialized unit will provide inpatient cardiac care for the growing […]
Officials began to weigh potential changes to the state's integrated health home program late last week.
Illinois agencies plan to hire hundreds of workers to help address the Medicaid backlog.