One of Chicago's biggest local orthopedic practices—the 50 doctors who make up Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush—is fielding proposals from multiple suitors.
Executives find themselves at the crossroads on virtually every critical issue facing the industry. From adapting to new payment models to embracing a consumer-centric mindset, there's no shortage of “what do we do now?” moments.
Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center expects to cut $40 million in costs by outsourcing facilities management to real estate firm JLL, a move more providers are making to focus on patient care.
The CMS' star ratings have relied heavily on a single measure to determine how well hospitals perform on safety, which dramatically affected overall ratings, according to an analysis by Chicago's Rush University Medical Center.
Rush University Medical Center is getting its biggest gift ever—$45 million from the Wounded Warrior Project to fund mental healthcare for military veterans.
The Rush health system and Little Company of Mary Hospital & Health Care Centers have called off plans to merge.
A network of Chicago-area providers are working together to address cancer patients' needs beyond just healthcare services.
Little Company of Mary Hospital & Health Care Centers has signed a letter of intent to join Rush, the Chicago-based academic hub that's been looking to bulk up. The deal marks Rush's expansion to the south suburbs and Little Company's exit as an independent hospital.
Dandorph: We needed to think of ourselves a little bit differently.
As one would-be giant hospital merger in the Chicago area fell apart this week, a rival is creating a model it hopes will entice other partners to join it.
Anne Neeson has been named executive VP and CEO of Memorial Hermann Foundation, the fundraising division of Memorial Hermann Health System based in Houston. She succeeds Ileana Trevino, who retired in July.
Froedtert Health is showing support and faith in the Avia Innovator Network by investing equity and joining its board of directors.