Keyword: Rush University Medical Center
Rush University Medical Center announced Tuesday that it will become the first hospital in the U.S. to move to 5G broadband speeds.
Doctors that want to know more about their patients now have that data available from technology companies that are selling the information.
Rush University Medical Center has received the largest donation in its history—a $45 million gift from the Wounded Warrior Project.
A Denver hospital suspends surgeries due to infections, Rush and Little Company of Mary halt merger talks and Mercy moves to the cloud.
The lawsuit alleges a series of mistakes by Rush clinicians left a baby born at the hospital in 2007 disabled.
Mental health centers in Florida report a spike in admissions following the school shooting in Parkland.
Six prominent physician groups have called for President Donald Trump and Congress to help end gun violence.
Through a partnership with a dozen health systems and Cerner, patients will be able to access medical records on their iPhones for the first time.
A new government report claims that Medicare overpaid Rush University Medical Center by $10.2 million, and the agency wants the money back.
A district judge denied Draeger's motion to dismiss claims from Rush University Medical Center over failures in its patient monitoring technology.