Speakers at the IBJ Life Sciences Power Panel on Friday said their organizations have largely weathered the lockdown—raising records funds, taking on huge expansions, hiring new employees and reporting higher productivity.
Indiana’s COVID vaccine rollout gets mixed reviews
While the state’s rollout of eligibility for the vaccine has come under some fire, many Hoosiers have begun planning for a summer and fall free from worry, ready to resume their normal lives.Read More
Battle over where to purchase specialty drugs hits Indiana
Health care practitioners and insurers are fighting over the hefty prices hospitals charge for specialty drugs to treat patients with cancer, vision loss, low white-blood-cell count and other serious diseases.Read More
Insider alleges Lilly blocked her efforts to sound alarms about U.S. drug factory
Eli Lilly and Co. told Reuters news agency that it is working closely with the FDA to address concerns about the factory in Branchburg, New Jersey, which makes Trulicity.Read More
Restaurant focuses on keeping connections and staying in business
Restaurateur Ed Battista says Bluebeard and Amelia’s have gone through radical changes to keep the businesses afloat and maintain the human relationships at their core.Read More
Julie Cranfill lost her father to COVID-19 last March. Because of pandemic restrictions, she felt there was no way to publicly remember her dad, to tell the world what a wonderful father he was.
Former JW Marriott employee Lisette Woloszyk watched things go from bad to worse in March, as cancellations for the city’s hotels racked up alongside COVID-19 cases.
The pandemic changed just about every aspect of Lori Casson’s job as executive director of Dayspring Center.
The past year has been awful for Carmel-based Invesque, as COVID-19 hurt the full gamut of its health care real estate portfolio, from nursing homes and office buildings to memory-care and assisted-living centers.
A huge event that kicks off next month is hanging like a plum: the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
If you follow the daily drumbeat of news emanating out of Lilly Corporate Center, you might not grasp how phenomenally well the company is poised to perform in the coming years.
Paying a half-billion-dollar settlement might seem painful, but health care observers say resulting changes to Blue Cross Blue Shield rules are so favorable to Anthem’s growth prospects that the deal is a huge win.
The expansion will consist of 32 new one-bedroom apartments and five two-bedroom residences, bringing to 67 the number of assisted-living apartments at the complex.
Ossium Health wants to build a huge bank of bone marrow and stem cells from deceased organ donors to treat patient with blood cancers and to improve organ transplantations.