Mathilde Merlet oversees one of Eli Lilly and Co.’s fastest-growing products, a medicine called Taltz that treats a variety of dermatology and rheumatology disorders.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission on Wednesday unanimously approved the project, which will include 581,594 solar panels and generate 195 megawatts of electricity, making it one of the largest solar farms in the state.
The deal would boost Greenfield-based Elanco’s profile in the billion-dollar pet dermatology market and continue its acquisition strategy.
More than 541,000 free COVID-19 tests have been provided at an OptumServe site since May 6, 2020, the state said last week, when it announced it was closing the vendor’s testing sites at the end of June.
Ascension Technologies, the IT subsidiary of St. Louis-based Ascension, is outsourcing the jobs to overseas companies.
The program was established in 2015 after Scott County generated national headlines for racking up more than 237 cases of HIV in a single year, in a county of just 24,000 people.
Officials still plan to seek City-County Council approval to lift mask mandates for fully vaccinated people on June 7 and hope to further ease other restrictions if the county can reach a 50% vaccination rate by July 4.
In a change of policy, Indiana University Health said Tuesday it will require doctors, nurses and other team members to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 1.
For decades, one industry—health care—has largely clung to its traditional model of person-to-person visits in brick-and-mortar buildings, even as other industries have gone virtual. It took a pandemic to disrupt everything, almost overnight.
For more than a century, Eli Lilly and Co. has pushed for innovation in the pharmaceutical industry. But six years ago, the drugmaker had to admit it was less than innovative in its own workforce.
Eli Lilly on Thursday said in a government filing that it has received a subpoena from the U.S. Justice Department for documents related to the factory and is cooperating with the investigation.
Zig Therapeutics Inc. wants to raise about $100 million to build a health-digital system that would allow doctors to monitor and adjust the dosing of drugs for patients based on their real-time therapeutic response to a drug.
The company, with headquarters and a massive factory on the northwest side, has hired about 100 people in the past year, bringing its workforce to about 550. And it’s looking to hire another 100 people this year.
Scott County, which was the center of a huge outbreak of HIV in 2015, is considering whether to close the syringe exchange program that was widely credited with curtailing the crisis.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported as of 6 a.m. Monday that 50.3% of Hoosiers aged 18 and older, or about 2.59 million people, had received at least one dose.
IU Health puts staffers on administrative leave for diversity training following Black doctor’s death
The hospital system’s CEO said Wednesday that no staff members have been terminated in relation to the patient’s care, which was a recommendation of an outside board that reviewed the case.
IU Health says Black doctor who died after complaining of racist treatment didn’t get proper ‘empathy and compassion’
An outside panel concluded that medical management and technical care did not contribute to Dr. Susan Moore’s death, the health system said Wednesday.
The GOP-dominated Legislature again defied Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb on Monday, overriding his veto of a bill that will undo some local health restrictions in Indianapolis and some other cities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.