Welcome to The Dose, which tackles the business and economics inside the turbulent world of health care and life sciences in Indiana. Your host is John Russell. To contact me call 317-472-5383. Read More
Nearly 500 fourth-year medical students from Indiana University School of Medicine and Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine got "matched" Friday with a residency program, and many of them will stay in Indiana to complete the next phase of training.
Novosteo Inc., run by father-and-son team Philip and Stewart Low, is developing drugs to speed up the process of healing broken bones. The company won $1.7 million in federal grants and a first-place award from the Orthopaedic Research Society.
A push to curb hospital construction in Indiana by bringing back the review process appears doomed for this legislative session, but the issue of rising health care costs could be headed to a summer study committee.
The Portuguese chicken chain, started in Chicago, will open a restaurant in Castleton. Also this week: Chef Tia & Co., HoiTea ToiTea, The Playful Soul, Valvoline Instant Oil Change and Ross Dress for Less.