The case of fast-growing Aria Dental highlights the challenges doctors face in managing the rapid expansion of their businesses.
(AP) — With elections ahead for vulnerable Democrats — all 118 members of the state House are up for re-election in 2014 — experts say it's unlikely there's enough support to get a…
Looking for better transportation options and a pool of potential new workers, a senior housing company is moving its headquarters from suburban Milwaukee.
Illinois has decided to allow health insurance carriers to extend plans that would be cancelled under the coverage provisions of President Obama's health care law.
The Illinois Medical District Commission is back at square one in its effort to build on a long-vacant lot after the developer it chose for a hotel project withdrew its proposal for the space.
(AP) — The Obama administration says people will have another eight days this year to sign up for insurance under the new health care reform law.
But Cadence's CEO faces the task of bolstering the profitability of Rockford Health if the deal goes through.
Also, a legislative committee delays a decision on proposed rules for ambulatory surgery centers, and William Foley, head of Vanguard Health Systems' Chicago hospitals, returns to Huron Consulting.
But next year the picture looks a bit rosier here, with local employers predicting coverage expenses will increase 4 percent, lower than projected increase nationwide, according to the survey.
(AP) — Chicago's best known hospitals don't accept many of the health plans sold on the new insurance marketplace, and consumer advocates are worried patients will get stuck with unexpected…
Cadence Health and Rockford Health System today announced their intent to merge, creating a hospital network with more than $1.5 billion in revenue.
It's the latest development in the city's investigation into the allegedly improper marketing of narcotic painkillers.
Four months after completing the deal that created Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare, CEO Pamela Davis moves to acquire majority stakes in two west suburban outpatient surgery centers.
The county hospital system has rewarded the longtime operator behind its shuttle bus service with more than $145,000 in payments since Colonial Coach Lines filed for bankruptcy and began liquidating.
The West Side hospital's parent is launching a $430 million capital campaign with the donation from Caribbean medical school Ross University.