Indiana University School Of Medicine
We have been saying for some time now that the nation has a looming doctor shortage and that the Affordable Care Act will mean more patients.
Have you ever wondered about the editorials you see Sunday through Friday on the Opinion page? We'd like to tell you who we are and what our agenda is for 2014.
The NFL and GE announced 16 winning groups in the first round of their $20 million “Head Health Challenge” just six days ago. Looking at the list of winners, three are from outside the United States. Among the American groups, 12 states are represented.
Dr. Jennifer Bayer's athletic success led her from Lowell High School to playing college basketball at Lafayette College, then to medical school, residency and a sports fellowship in Madison, Wis.
In August 1972, four students of the class of 1976 began their study of medicine in Northwest Indiana at what was called then the Northwest Center for Medical Education. Those students spent only their first year here before moving to the main campus in Indianapolis to complete their training.
A community’s quality of life is measured by many factors, but physical and emotional health is, arguably, the most important.
The phrase "serious health care problem" usually refers to cancer, heart disease and other disorders. There's another looming health care problem that must not be ignored by policymakers, however. The United States is not generating enough new doctors to meet anticipated demand.
As the Indiana General Assembly begins its session on Monday, Northwest Indiana's residents — and, of course, their legislative delegation — should push for this agenda:
Today's topic is the ins and outs of inns. Or, to put it another way, should short-term home rentals be subject to the innkeeper's tax?
Unlocking the right door for education is not always easy.
One of Indiana's best high school science students lives right in our own back yard.
VALPARAISO | David Cummins has gone full circle.
Discussion of a trauma designation has been as unrelenting as talks about a teaching hospital in Northwest Indiana. Both are major concepts dealing with quality of care in the region. The economic impact is estimated to be between $300 million to $600 million.
A local professor had the rare opportunity to hear the Nobel lectures in person earlier this month.
Anthony Darrington finds direction and moves his career forward by serving his country.
Bethany Vallangeon's love for helping people has taken her on an incredible journey.
Health care providers are facing a major change in the way they keep records, so it's not surprising they are nervous about the switch. They need help to make sure the implementation goes smoothly.
Ernest Talarico Jr. always wanted to be a physician.
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