OurHealth, a fast-growing, 11-year-old Indianapolis-based company that provides medical clinics for employers in Indiana and five other states, is merging with a Vermont company, creating a combined operation with 200 clinics in 40 states.
Howard County Commissioner Paul Wyman, who helped bring the clinic to town, said VA bureaucrats have failed to properly serve veterans.
Jane Pauley Community Health Center plans to fill about a third of the space, which was vacated by defunct grocery chain Marsh Supermarkets in May 2017.
One of the largest regional pain management groups is closing more than half of its clinics amid worsening financial troubles and a federal criminal investigation that targeted its former chief executive.
The fast-growing health system, owned by Hamilton County, plans to begin construction this year and open the centers in Carmel, Fishers and Indianapolis in 2019.
The state's Division of Mental Health and Addiction has added two dependency recovery initiatives—one virtual and one concrete.<
Methodist Sports Medicine, a private chain of orthopedic and sports clinics in central Indiana, is expanding into southern Indiana with the acquisition of Bloomington Bone & Joint Clinic.
Urgent care centers, which already seem to have blanketed nearly every retail strip and neighborhood in central Indiana, are continuing to spring up at a surprising rate.
Betty Cockrum’s job is not one for the faint of heart. As president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, she is often in the spotlight, fighting to maintain reproductive and abortion services across the state. But despite the high-profile role, Cockrum says she’s actually an introvert.
Preferred Population Health Management is trying to get hospital systems, health insurers and area agencies on aging to use a set of tools and techniques to help dementia patients and their families—tools that were developed by the medical staff at Eskenazi Health, the Indiana University School of Medicine and the Regenstrief Institute.
A shortage of primary care physicians and emerging alternatives such as retail clinics and smartphone apps are changing the way patients access the U.S. health care system.
Gov. Mike Pence has directed the Indiana Department of Health to investigate whether organs from aborted fetuses are being sold.
Millions of people will be able to see a doctor on their smartphones or laptops for everyday ailments once the nation's largest drugstore chain and two major insurers expand a budding push into virtual health care.
Chris Leeuw opened the doors of the NeuroHope rehab clinic on Feb. 18 to offer patients more time to recover and to help them remain healthy in spite of their immobilizing spinal cord and brain injuries.
Activate Healthcare LLC, an Indianapolis-based workplace health clinic operator, plans to expand its local operations, adding as many as 203 employees over the next nine years, state economic development officials announced Friday morning.
The 5-year-old firm has pledged to invest $20 million to double the size of its corporate headquarters in Indianapolis and lease real estate for a series of 3,500-square-foot health clinics across the state.
Indianapolis-based Novia CareClinics LLC was a pioneer in operating primary care clinics for employers. In 2012, Novia had 175 employees and more than $15 million in revenue.