WorkingWell and Franciscan Alliance ExpressCare will expand in Porter County in the new year.
Northwest Indiana hospitals continue to embrace electronic record keeping, but sharing that information among different hospitals is more than just a keystroke away.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Franciscan St. James Health has named Arnie Kimmel as its new chief executive officer, overseeing the Chicago-area arm of Mishawaka-based health care system Franciscan Alliance.
This year has been a year of change for the health care industry, as hospital officials strive to implement technology designed to streamline patient care and keep costs down while they build new brick-and-mortar outpatient facilities closer to where their patients live.
Strack & Van Til food markets presented two, $5,000 donations to Franciscan Alliance Foundation to benefit Catherine McAuley Clinic in Hammond and St. Clare Health Clinic in Crown Point, to assist the clinics' efforts to serve uninsured and working-poor clients in north Lake County.
Franciscan St. Margaret Health hospital in Dyer is undergoing a multimillion dollar renovation, hospital officials announced Monday.
Programs at three Franciscan Alliance hospitals have been recognized for a high level of care by Healthgrades, a company that evaluates hospitals nationwide.
The chaplains at Franciscan Alliance are using technology to offer spiritual guidance.
GRIFFITH | “All as God wishes. He leads. I follow.”
The Most Rev. Dale J. Melczek, bishop of the Diocese of Gary, toasts the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration at Sunday's reception in Griffith.
The continued uncertainty shrouding the Affordable Care Act is leaving many in the health care industry wondering what comes next.
A new rule about outpatient observation care for Medicare patients could mean more hurdles for hospitals and affect admissions.
People eager to buy health care online the first day exchanges opened were met with frozen computer screens and error messages.
From municipal leaders and attorneys to innovators using creativity to meet needs in the region, The Times Media Co. is honoring 20 local young people who are standouts in the community.
About 125 people who work for two south suburban hospitals and affiliated outpatient clinics were laid off Monday, as Franciscan Alliance refocuses its business model.
Editor's note: This story is part of an occasional series that looks at how the Affordable Care Act affects the region.
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