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Walgreens lays off corporate support center workers Crain's …

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2023 year in review for health care in Chicago

WEBThe slow-moving end to the COVID-19 pandemic emergency and the resulting financial and labor strain dominated the world of health care in 2023. Along the …

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Prenosis, Roche Diagnostics make distribution deal Crain's …

WEBKatherine Davis is a health care reporter for Crain’s Chicago Business, covering hospitals, pharmaceutical makers, insurance providers, life sciences startups …

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Hospital association, trying to free up ERs, pushes for prior

WEBIHA and hospital representatives spoke to members of the Medicaid Legislative Working Group on April 11. They are advocating for House Bill 4977 and Senate Bill …

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Lurie, West Side United team up on maternal, infant health

WEBIn one example, Lurie points to Chicago Department of Public Health data showing West Garfield Park’s rate of low birth weight stands at 17.2%, nearly triple the …

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Rush plans new $27 million medical office in Lakeview

WEBJanuary 09, 2024 02:08 PM. Rush University System for Health plans to build a $26.6 million medical office in Lakeview, where it will offer primary and specialty care and …

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Illinois advises hospitals to go back to masking

WEBAnd it works,” Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck, chief operating officer of the Cook County Department of Public Health, said in the statement. Jon Asplund is a …

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Meridian offers incentives for hospital equity certification Crain's

WEBThe health plan will pay for 25% of fees for safety net and critical access hospitals and 15% for other hospitals. The Joint Commission said its annual fee for the …

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Medical Home Network sets up value-based networks with FQHCs …

WEBMedical Home Network (MHN) will work with 64 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in Illinois and six other states to participate in two federal value-based …

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AbbVie, Medincell enter injectables deal Crain's Chicago Business

WEBMedincell will receive $35 million upfront and be eligible for up to $1.9 billion in development and commercial milestone payments for co-developing up to six long …

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GE HealthCare imaging CEO Jan Makela departing

WEBKatherine Davis is a health care reporter for Crain’s Chicago Business, covering hospitals, pharmaceutical makers, insurance providers, life sciences startups …

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Humira's hold on market slips as CVS moves to biosimilar Crain's

WEBKatherine Davis is a health care reporter for Crain’s Chicago Business, covering hospitals, pharmaceutical makers, insurance providers, life sciences startups …

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Number of migrants to Chicago from Texas will surge near DNC

WEBAnd then the health need is humongous." Since August 2022, the state of Texas has bused more than 39,000 asylum-seekers to Chicago, according to the city …

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Medicaid managed care plan NextLevel Health closing

WEBNextLevel Health is closing in July, CEO Dr. Cheryl Whitaker told employees during a town hall meeting today. The Chicago-based Medicaid managed care plan’s …

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Former Grant Thornton partners push back against private-equity …

WEBBrandon Dupré is a reporter covering labor, nonprofits, higher education and the legal industry for Crain’s Chicago Business. Prior to joining Crain’s in 2022, he …

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First Financial Bank opens first Chicago branch in Fulton Market

WEBApril 16, 2024 02:02 PM 11 minutes ago. As most banks try to get bigger in Chicago, First Financial is looking to use its status as a middle-sized company to its …

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Veradigm touts positive 2024 outlook Crain's Chicago Business

WEBVeradigm touts positive outlook as it tries to shake stigma of delisting. Health care data tech company Veradigm on March 13 gave initial financial guidance for …

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Judge declines to overturn Outcome Health guilty verdicts

WEBMarch 22, 2024 08:55 AM. A federal judge declined to overturn the fraud convictions of former Outcome Health executives Rishi Shah, Shradha Agarwal and Brad Purdy or to …

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Change Healthcare hack hitting patients and providers Crain's …

WEBMarch 01, 2024 05:18 PM. The ransomware attack on UnitedHealth Group's Change Healthcare that has disrupted pharmacy claims since Feb. 21 is wreaking havoc on …

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Providers still stinging with Change Healthcare outage ending

WEBApril 01, 2024 05:16 AM. For five weeks, health care providers have seen their cash flow decimated due to a February cyberattack that led UnitedHealth Group to take Change …

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Heartland Alliance plans to spin off units, dissolve

WEBFebruary 07, 2024 11:47 AM. Chicago social services nonprofit Heartland Alliance is working to spin off its health care division and other units and then plans to dissolve …

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Advocate Health in the black post-merger, CEOs say

WEBAdvocate Health, the sprawling health care system formed by the 2022 merger of Downers Grove-based Advocate Aurora Health and Atrium Health, will end …

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Troubled New Jersey hospitals tap Insight to rescue finances

WEBMarch 28, 2024 01:25 PM. A Michigan company that rescued a bankrupt Chicago hospital has stepped in to run operations at CarePoint Health, the long-troubled system across …

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