Neuropsychiatric Hospitals LLC said it is developing a 64-bed hospital in Greenwood that will serve patients with complex medical and psychiatric condition.
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BHI Senior Living on growth tear, even as some of its rivals sputter
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Medistar Corp. of Texas has filed an application to build a 42,610-square-foot building at 795 North Emerson Avenue, a vacant and undeveloped site about a mile south of Franciscan Health Indianapolis.
The expansion is the latest move by a large Indianapolis health system to expand cancer care, a fast-growing and competitive medical field.
Three years after Indiana passed a law allowing doctors to prescribe drugs for patients without an in-person visit—using a computer, smartphone, video camera and similar technology—some health systems around the state are reporting higher use of virtual visits. St. Vincent, for example, sees hundreds of patients a month remotely for ailments ranging from minor rashes and sprains to follow-up visits for strokes.
Indianapolis-based Cornerstone Cos. has invested more than $84 million in recent years to buy medical office buildings, clinics and surgery centers. Now it is about to start its fifth investment fund.
From a look at the numbers, Indiana is not a great place to buy health coverage through the Affordable Care Act marketplace.
The company said it needs more space after acquiring six laser beam printers. In the past decade, more than 600 spine surgeons have performed procedures using Nexxt Spine products.
The exhibit, which opens Feb. 1, covers 7,000 square feet and invites visitors to “unravel the crisis one step at a time,” with displays on the biology behind addictions, American history with other health crises, and personal stories from addicts and families.
The latest lawsuit says the company targeted young people for its flavored e-cigarettes without warning that the products were highly addictive and dangerous.
One in six Hoosier children aged 10 to 17 is obese, making Indiana among the worst states in the nation for childhood obesity, according to a new study from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The Indianapolis-based company’s software employs machine learning to prevent health systems from ordering too many or too few tests, a mistake that can lead to missed diagnoses and costly procedures.
The spinoff, called Sexton Biotechnologies, has raised $5 million in outside investment and will spin off in October. The biotech develops cell and gene therapy tools used to grow cells for medical purposes.
One of Indiana’s oldest and largest senior communities has broken ground on its fifth addition in seven years. Owner BHI Senior Living says it has a “robust waiting list” at Hoosier Village.
Capitol Village Healthcare, a 52-bed nursing home at 2926 N. Capitol Ave., closed earlier this year, and had received low ratings from U.S. News and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Money will go toward such uses as collecting more timely data on overdoses treated at emergency rooms and enhancing the state’s prescription-monitoring program.
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis, is the first such federal lawsuit in the state against Juul, a company battling numerous complaints over its products.
After building and selling three companies and starting a fourth, Dr. Don Brown thought he had seen it all. Even so, he still gets an occasional surprise.
The annual rankings, now in their 30th year, are designed to assist patients and their doctors in making decisions about where to get care.
The move is part of IU Health’s way to address the state’s high infant mortality rate and keep all newborn services under one roof.