A federal judge made the ruling this week in a case challenging NorthShore University HealthSystem's 2000 acquisition of Highland Park Hospital.
Also, find out where Illinois ranks in overall health, and the focus on health insurance turns to costs.
Dr. Jaime Galiano, a Chicago physician who offers cosmetic treatments, has earned a temporary reprieve from Illinois regulators who suspended his medical license.
(AP) — Federal officials say more than 7,000 Illinois residents signed up for insurance coverage in the first two months of the troubled HealthCare.gov website.
Also, the Illinois Finance Authority board is set to reappoint the agency's executive director, and Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare plans to refinance up to $200 million in debt.
The former chief financial officer of Roseland Community Hospital has joined the ranks of vendors and former employees taking legal action against the struggling Far South Side safety-net hospital…
W. Peter Daniels, who merged himself out of a job as CEO of Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare earlier this year, has landed a leadership role at the Cook County Health & Hospitals System.
(Bloomberg) — Takeda Pharmaceutical Co.'s treatment for the two most common inflammatory bowel diseases won the backing of U.S. advisers to the Food and Drug Administration.
Northwestern University has picked Perkins & Will to design a new biomedical research center on the former site of Prentice Women's Hospital in Streeterville.
Medical costs are rising so rapidly that Health Care Service Corp. is capping its contribution to retiree health benefits, even as its annual net income for 2013 approaches $1 billion.
Rick Floyd assumes the role Jan. 1 at the health system's much larger hospital in Park Ridge.
Also, Hospira will be hard-pressed to boost earnings next year because of new competition for a key drug, according to an analyst. And Water Street Partners sold an IV infusion supplier.
An expert in pain management is suing a River North-based practice in a case that highlights the growing number of disputes related to physician compensation.
Two years after its scheduled start, a Chicago-area medical records network is set to launch early next year, despite failing to win over at least three big health care systems.
This year’s 40 Under 40 class featured up and comers across the industry, from a leader at the state’s largest insurer to a pair of college buddies who co-founded a growing health…