The hospital system, which scaled back operations at Community Hospital Westview last year, said it made the decision to close it entirely after a "thorough evaluation of its care delivery models" in Indiana.
Indiana is the 10th highest state for children not reaching their first birthday. Hospitals and public officials want to turn that around.
The case centered on an 80-year-old dilapidated hospital in eastern Indiana that St. Vincent bought in 2000. St. Vincent replaced it with a new hospital, called St. Vincent Randolph, at a cost of about $15.5 million.
Based on their records and campaign promises, neither of the major party candidates for governor seem likely to radically reshape Indiana’s energy policies.
In a Q&A, Monon Bioventures CEO Joe Trebley talks about the goals and ambitions of his one-year-old firm.
A broad-based alliance of health and business groups warns that medical costs will keep soaring unless state leaders take steps to promote healthy living, including new restrictions and higher taxes on cigarettes.
A center that helps Indiana University researchers commercialize their discoveries has moved its operations to be closer to faculty, industry and research partners.
The move combined with other insurer defections will leave Hoosiers with just five Obamacare marketplace options.
It’s the first significant addition in four decades to the 136-year-old institution, the only dental school in Indiana.
The utility says the move would allow it to keep burning coal at the Pike County plant and meet strict environmental regulations for sulfur dioxide and coal ash.
Just two years after United Hospital Services pushed into Kokomo by merging with North Central Indiana Linen Service, the co-op is planning its next move—this time into northwest Indiana.
A company founded in 1999 with $30,000 and a home computer grew into a multimillion-dollar business. Now it will be part of a Denver health staffing company.
The study said more than 11,000 Hoosiers die prematurely each year from smoking and another 1,400 die as a result of second-hand smoke. Twenty-three percent of Indiana adults smoke, higher than the U.S. median of 18 percent.
In a move to create a stronger identity, Franciscan Alliance will become Franciscan Health, and will stop using the names of St. Francis, St. James, St. Anthony and other familiar saints at its hospitals, the company announced Tuesday.