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IU Health consolidation would cut 3 downtown hospitals to 2Restricted Content

June 20, 2014
J.K. Wall
Indiana University Health wants to consolidate its University and Methodist hospitals into one downtown location, a plan that would see one or both facilities close or be converted to another use.
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Gene Glick was a soldier, a builder and a philanthropic giantRestricted Content

October 5, 2013
Norm Heikens, Jeff Newman
Gene Biccard Glick, who died at home following a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease, built affordable housing sprawling across 10 states—a business empire that paved the way for tens of millions of dollars in donations to causes ranging from medicine to recreation.
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IU Health makes prestigious Honor Roll list

July 17, 2012
For the first time, Indiana University Health has been named to U.S. News & World Report's "Best Hospitals Honor Roll," a distinction that goes to the top medical centers in the country.
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Veteran hospital exec Odle to retire from IU Health

June 15, 2012
J.K. Wall
Sam Odle, one of Indianapolis' most prominent black business leaders, will be replaced on an interim basis by Jim Terwilliger while the hospital system conducts a national search for his successor.
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Physician buyouts bruising hospitalsRestricted Content

May 26, 2012
J.K. Wall
As St. Vincent Health has nearly doubled the number of physicians it employs over the past two years, the losses on those practices have mounted. And the same thing is happening at all the major Indianapolis hospital systems, as all have spent the past four years aggressively acquiring physician practices.
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Study: IU med school, hospitals boost Indiana economy

November 10, 2011
Associated Press
A new study says biomedical research at the Indiana University School of Medicine and its partner hospitals pumped about $370 million into Indiana's economy in 2009.
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IU Cancer Center recruits top researcher

September 15, 2011
Scott Olson
Dr. Murray Korc, an internationally known pancreatic cancer researcher, comes to the cancer center as the first Myles Brand Professor of Cancer Research. The position is funded through a Lilly Endowment grant.
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Firm joins race with IU autism drug

April 9, 2011
J.K. Wall
The Indiana University School of Medicine has licensed a pediatric psychiatrist's patent on an alcohol-dependency drug that the doctor discovered improves the language and social skills of autism patients. IU has licensed the patent to Indianapolis-based Confluence Pharmaceuticals Inc.
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Evans dreams big as Clarian becomes IU Health

January 19, 2011
J.K. Wall
Clarian Health, which is set to change its name to Indiana University Health on Jan. 24, is relying on the academic expertise of its downtown Indianapolis hospitals to pull in patients from a wider swath of the state and the nation.
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IU surgeon Pescovitz dies in accident

December 13, 2010
J.K. Wall
Dr. Mark Pescovitz, a surgeon at the Indiana University School of Medicine, died Sunday in a car accident outside Ann Arbor, Mich., after visiting his wife, Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescovitz.
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Marketing experts: Clarian will get boost from IU name

May 5, 2010
J.K. Wall
The Indianapolis-based hospital system, which has 16 hospitals as far afield as LaPorte, Hartford City and Paoli, can now associate with all its facilities the name of the school that trains the majority of doctors and nurses throughout the state.
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