Facing a surge of retiring nurses and a growing number of patients, Indiana hospitals are scrambling to fill thousands of nursing positions, raising questions about whether they will be able to keep operations fully staffed.
Jim Burkhart, who was fired this fall after the FBI raided his home and American Senior Communities' offices, holds agreements under which he could acquire 63 nursing homes managed by his former employer.
Over the last eight years, Eli Lilly relied on a three-decade company veteran to steer it through declining sales and a struggling product pipeline. Now, it’ll rely on another long-time executive for its next chapter.
The Indianapolis-based health insurer said its participation in the government's health insurance exchanges—a sore subject for the Obama administration that is trying to stop the acquisition—may be at stake.
Anthem Inc. told a federal court that its proposed $48 billion merger with rival health insurer Cigna Corp. will lower consumer costs and extend coverage to more people, in response to a U.S. lawsuit seeking to block the deal.
John Lechleiter has been the company's CEO since 2008. The announcement Wednesday morning of his retirement comes one day after the firm announced strong revenue and profit for its second quarter, indicating that Lechleiter's initiatives have paid off.