A private-equity investment announced in January is driving growth at Modular Devices Acquisition LLC, which manufactures and leases mobile and modular medical labs and cleanrooms.
IU School of Medicine to break ground on new, $230M home
Indiana University School of Medicine’s planned medical education and research building marks the largest construction project in the history of the school.Read More
Health system Ascension to close hospital, 9 medical practices in Indiana
The closure of the hospital will result in the layoffs of 77 employees, and more than 50 employees will be affected by the closures of the nine practices.Read More
Johnson Memorial Health to join Mayo Clinic network
The Franklin-based health system said it will become part of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, an operation that allows independent hospitals to tap into the giant health organization’s vast system of specialists and researchers to help solve medical problems.Read More
IU Health reevaluating scope of $2.68B downtown hospital campus
The Indianapolis-based hospital system said in financial filing Thursday that the review comes in light of higher-than expected patient demand during the pandemic, inflation and sustainability goals.Read More
Community Health Network, Franciscan Health Indianapolis, Ascension St. Vincent, Indiana University Health and Eskenazi Health are implementing the temporary restrictions at the request of the Marion County Public Health Department.
The number is down from 62 hospitals last year and 66 the before, but will still cost many hospitals money while they are still dealing with the strain of the pandemic that has overwhelmed resources and reduced their revenue and profits.
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Only Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont had higher scores, according to the report from startup Turquoise Health.
Net patient revenue for the first nine months of the year increased an undisclosed amount, driven by an increase in volumes in many areas. Patient days climbed 5% and admissions rose 5.7% during the period.
Some critics see the released data as nothing more than a marketing ploy attempting to divert monopoly-busting tactics.
Catholic health care systems now control about 1 in 7 U.S. hospital beds, requiring religious doctrine to guide treatment, often to the surprise of patients.
More than 80 million Indiana medical records have been breached since 2009, a new study shows. Much of that was due to one massive incident involving insurance company Anthem Inc. (now called Elevance Health Inc.) in 2015.
The nurses claim they were required to change into scrubs in locker rooms and travel to their work areas before they could punch in for their shifts, resulting in chronic underpayment. Hendricks Regional did not immediately respond to IBJ’s request for comment.
Lawmakers in the Indiana House are scheduled to take up the measure in a day-long committee hearing Tuesday.
Despite ringing up an operating profit in the second quarter, Indiana University Health reported a total loss for the first six months of 2022 of $929.6 million, and attributed the loss largely to declines in financial markets.
Of all the industries in the country, health care might be the juiciest for cyberhackers. And around central Indiana, institutions large and small are paying the price.
The surge reversed years of progress fighting one of the gravest public health challenges in modern medicine, according to a new analysis released Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Biden administration on Monday said federal law on emergency treatment guidelines preempts state laws in jurisdictions that now ban the procedure without any exceptions.
A Bloomington surgeon alleging Indiana University Health violated federal antitrust laws by acquiring local competitors has convinced the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to reinstate his complaint.
Just five years ago this summer, officials from Ascension St. Vincent opened the first of five tiny hospitals in the Indianapolis area, touting them as a new model of ease and comfort for patients.
Indiana’s hospitals will continue their work with the employers in their communities on real solutions that improve the health of Hoosiers while bending the cost curve.
Ascension St. Vincent closed the facility just five years after opening it as the first in a new model of tiny hospitals around central Indiana.
The renovated facility will be called Ethan Crossing of Indianapolis and feature a 42-bed hospital and inpatient behavioral health unit as well as a 46-bed residential Substance Use Disorder, or SUD, unit.