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Crain's 2022 Notable Executives of Color in Health Care
These 34 accomplished executives of color have broken barriers as they ascended to positions of influence in health care. This group includes administrators at hospitals and health systems as well as ...
WATCH: Recapping a tumultuous week in Chicago politics
Sanchez, 33rd, joins Crain's A.D. Quig and her guest co-host, Erin Hegarty of the Daily Line, to talk policing and remap politics on the Juice weekly livestream.
Sinai Chicago wants Illinois' top doctor to be its next CEO
Dr. Ngozi Ezike has gotten an offer to lead Sinai Chicago, the city’s largest private safety-net hospital system.
As director of nursing at NE Healthcare Services, Diana Soto guides the agency while working on innovations to its telehealth system. A registered nurse with 25 years of specialty experience in ...
Under Dr. Dana Thompson’s leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Surgery extended its telemedicine-care models, increased the digitalization of care coordination across medical ...
Latest Chicago Index shows continued worry over public safety, transit
Though ratings improved over the end of 2021, many respondents still expressed concern over safety in their neighborhood and on public transit. That dissatisfaction is reflected in ratings of Mayor ...
Motorola Solutions' Greg Brown is cashing in some of his chips
Brown took a gamble when he became CEO of Motorola, betting he could revive a staggering tech giant. Now, he's poised to cash out more stock options on top of the $296 million he's pulled in so far.
Rush plans Indiana outpatient center • Allscripts sells off unit • CancerIQ raises $14M
Rush University System for Health said Thursday it will expand its northwest Indiana offerings with an outpatient center in Munster, offering Indiana residents more access to its specialists and a ...
‘I have the biggest d*** in Chicago’: Lightfoot sued for defamation
A City Hall meeting over the 2020 Columbus statue controversy was marked by profane language and, according to a lawsuit just filed by a former city attorney, defamation.
Laci Gatewood in December joined Josselyn, a Northfield-based nonprofit community mental health care provider, where she manages six departments and 35 staff members. Gatewood joined Josselyn from ...
With his latest budget, the governor points Illinois in the right direction
Civic Committee President Kelly Welsh urges the Legislature to follow the governor's lead and stay focused on fiscal stability.
How one town created its own building boom
Mayor Andre Harvey has only recently been able to smile when he passes the corner of 49th Street and St. Charles Road in Bellwood, where he’s lived for 52 years and has been the mayor for five. The ...