An Indiana University Health spokeswoman declined to explain the circumstances of Gil Peri’s departure, saying the hospital system doesn’t comment on personnel changes.
IU Health aims to award 30% of downtown hospital project to diverse contractors
IU Health expects to give about $690 million worth of work to diversity contractors. That’s 30% of $2.3 billion—the amount the hospital system says the project is worth after subtracting the cost of expensive medical equipment such as imaging scanners.Read More
TIF district could spur more development near emerging hospital campus
The city is trying to capitalize on construction of Indiana University’s $4.3 billion Methodist Hospital complex and other projects underway or in development on the north side of downtown.Read More
IU Health’s operating income falls 25%, squeezed by labor shortage, rising expenses
IU Health said it responded to its highest patient demand ever last year, driven by surges in COVID-19 cases, high counts of critically ill patients, and the need to perform surgeries and other procedures delayed in the pandemic.Read More
Developer seeks $10.7M tax break on $79M apartment project
A team of two local developers planning the 273-unit Hall Place apartment project at 1720 N. Illinois St. promises to bring dozens of low-rent apartment units to the neighborhood northeast of the expanded Indiana University Health campus.Read More
Universities, hospitals, museums, theaters, dance companies and other not-for-profits in Indiana pulled in a total of $348.7 million from 79 gifts of $1 million or more from individuals, family foundations and bequests, according to IBJ’s latest survey.
Martin University will receive $1 million over three years to renovate the Andrew J. Brown building and offer enhanced programming through the Community of Health Practice program.
Indiana University Health Foundation, the fundraising arm of IU Health’s adult hospitals, is launching the campaign with the ambitious goal of making Indiana one of the healthiest states in the country.
The Department of Metropolitan Development staff is recommending approval if IU Health explains why it changed several items in the plan, including why it wants to build two surface lots for 291 cars on sites that were previously planned for structures.
The move means that patients who need acute hospital care, such as surgery or trauma care, will need to travel more than 20 miles to Jay Hospital in Portland, Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie or Marion General Hospital in Marion.
The hospital system confirmed Monday that it priced the bonds at $726 million on June 6 and expects to close on the offering July 6. The bonds will help finance IU Health’s new downtown hospital.
The state’s largest hospital system this week reported a “slightly positive” first quarter as operating revenue increased 8% over the same period of 2022.
The premature end of the IU Health partnership could leave a large number of IPS schools without a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse to dispense medication or respond to health emergencies.
Indiana University Health said Monday the cost of its new downtown hospital complex will now top $4 billion, an increase of 60% over previous estimates, due to higher construction costs and a major increase in the number of patient rooms.
As president of Indiana University Health Foundation, Crystal Miller oversees $300 million in net assets and 50 employees.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority said it hopes to receive tentative approval to decommission the facility at 51 S. New Jersey St. by the end of February. It is working with the Federal Aviation Administration to secure the designation, which is crucial for future redevelopment of the site.
Indiana University School of Medicine’s planned medical education and research building marks the largest construction project in the history of the school.
Indiana University Health, the state’s largest hospital system, has set up the teams to help its doctors seeking guidance on whether they can legally perform an abortion to protect the health of the mother and other situations.
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Brian Leon filed a lawsuit this month against Indiana University Health Care Associates Inc., alleging breach of contract, unpaid wages, fraudulent misrepresentation and numerous other claims.