St. Francis Hospital-Mooresville is seeing higher-than-projected use of a newly added emergency department that has firmed
up its status as a full-service hospital.
Dr. Judith Monroe, Dr. Virginia Caine and G. Marie Swanson are three local women who have risen to leadership positions
in the health care community.
The millions of dollars they plunked down to buy stock in local companies over the past two years have shriveled in value,
leaving them way, way below break-even.
As co-founder and head of sales and marketing, Brooke Billingsley has helped build Indianapolis-based Perception Strategies
Inc. — a health
care mystery shopping business co-founded by her husband, Kevin.
The Indianapolis office of Allied Group Insurance Services will make contributions to local charities in their clients’ names
instead of sending them holiday gifts.
Retail developers always have been an audacious breed. They spend millions to build shopping centers, confident that tenants will flock to fill the slots they didn’t prelease. To charge ahead these days takes more than the usual dose of intestinal fortitude. Everyone is nervous — from shoppers to lenders to retailers, many of which have […]
Employers, now doubly pinched by steadily rising health insurance premiums and a steadily deteriorating economy, are searching
for new and larger cost-shifting tools, according to survey and anecdotal evidence from Mercer, a global benefits brokerage
and consulting firm.
Changes will dramatically materialize over the coming months and years as the delivery of health care services takes on a
The health insurance industry — hurt by falling profits and threatened by Democratic reform bills — could see
another wave of
consolidation, and that may well involve Indianapolis-based WellPoint Inc.
As the bedrock of the United State’s health care delivery framework, the nursing profession represents the top need for open
health care positions across Indiana and much of the nation.
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Indiana ranked highest among health care plans that primarily serve Indiana, but didn’t
even crack the top 100 nationally in a new study.
Because major employers in Shelby County have laid off workers, Major Hospital isn’t getting as much income from employer-based
medical insurance plans.