Mid-level Practitioners are Redefining Roles in Health Care
SCHERERVILLE | A petroleum storage facility is expected to expand and a new medical facility looks to open in Schererville.
Merrillville-based I-Denti-Fied Inc.'s patent-pending health care identifier system produces an identity card to link to an individual’s medical history.
Dr. Kevin Brunski, I-Denti-fied founder and chief medical officer, has developed a health care identifier system, which produces an identity card to link to an individual’s medical history. It will be used by U.S. athletes of the diving, synchronized swimming and tumbling gymnastics teams.
In the shade of a tree outside his Northwest Indiana home, 10-month-old Gage Webber sits in the grass, grabbing handfuls of dirt, sticks and helicopter seeds.
Crown Point resident Jill Boykin has had a difficult time paying for her son's mental health treatments after Medicaid has denied her claims.
Crown Point resident Jill Boykin and her fiancee, Corey Garner, have had a difficult time paying for Boykin's son's medical treatments after Medicaid has denied their claims.
Crown Point resident Jill Lewin-Boykin has had a difficult time paying for her son's mental health treatments after Medicaid has denied her claims.
Blood pressure cuff and salt
MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville Continuing Education is offering a medical terminology course.
Dr. William Forgey
According to a Mayo Clinic report, more than half of the internal medicine residents questioned, about 52 percent, reported some symptom of burnout.
Brian Dolehide, director of medical leasing for Holladay Properties, looks out over a parklike setting in the former Medical South Pavilion at the Franciscan St. Margaret Health Dyer campus.
One of the spaces available for lease is shown at the 65,000-square-foot Medical South Office Pavilion at Franciscan St. Margaret Health's Dyer campus
Holladay Healthcare, the largest private health care property manager in the nation, will close on its purchase of the four-story, 65,000-square-foot Medical South Office Pavilion at Franciscan St. Margaret Health's Dyer campus in September and is recruiting physicians and health providers.
Students and professors take part in the international human cadaver prosection program at the Indiana University School of Medicine-Northwest. School officials hope to create another unique experience with a curriculum that focuses on urban health care disparities.
Electronic medical records are a hot topic in the health care industry. The online systems help monitor patients medication and care by multiple users rather than relying on one physical chart being passed from health care provider to provider. "Everything you need at the tip of your fingers…
I guess I was living in a make-believe world, thinking that doctors had your best interest at hand.
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