John Kasich’s crusade Behind the potential 2016 candidate’s long-shot bid for a balanced budget amendment.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich Not Denying Interest in Presidential Bid Is Ohio Gov. John Kasich changing his tune on 2016? Speaking in March, the rising GOP star said he was “just not interested” in running for president.
Ohio cities push Kasich to veto tax reform Local government officials are taking ongoing complaints about municipal tax reform to the governor’s office in hopes of persuading Gov. John Kasich to veto the changes approved this week.
Gov. John Kasich announces efforts to reduce infant mortality rate in Ohio COLUMBUS, Ohio — Gov. John Kasich announced new efforts Thursday to try to reduce Ohio’s infant mortality rate by targeting “hot spot” areas in the state where the problem is greatest.
Apportionment reform would be an early holiday gift from the Ohio legislature: editorial Thanks to a bipartisan state Senate vote, chances are excellent voters will get the opportunity to reform how Ohio draws General Assembly districts. Final House approval, likely this week, is the last hurdle House Joint Resolution 12 must clear to get on Ohio’s 2015 ballot.
500+ people to know in the ASC industry | 2014 Charlie Agnone, MD, FACS, is a board-certified ophthalmologist and a founding member of Marysville (Ohio) Surgical Center. Dr. Agnone is also on the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association board of directors.
Cleveland Clinic performs near-total face transplant surgery for the 2nd time CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Clinic on Tuesday used Twitter to announce some big news – that they successfully transplanted 90 percent of a patient’s face.
Can Weight-Loss Surgery Cure Diabetes? Some people with Type 2 diabetes can put their medicine aside
The long game is a proven winner Back in May, MetroHealth CEO Dr. Akram Boutros stopped by Crain’s newsroom to reveal plans for a complete transformation of the health system’s main campus on West 25th Street.
Making the Cut Which surgeon you get matters — a lot. But how do we know who the good ones are?
Partnership Creates Pathway for Health Care Careers Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) and Cleveland State University (CSU) announced the launch of the RN-to-BSN Nursing Continuum, a program designed to provide a smooth transition from Tri-C’s associate degree program to earning a bachelor’s degree at CSU.
NEOMED Vice President for Research and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies to Deliver Kent State’s 2014 Commencement Address Walter E. Horton Jr., Ph.D., vice president for research and dean of the College of Graduate Studies at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED), will deliver the keynote address at Kent State University’s (Kent State) 2014 Advanced Degree Commencement Ceremony. The 249th graduation will be presided over by Beverly Warren, Kent State president, at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13 at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center in Kent, Ohio.
Case Western Reserve Scientists Find Key to Vitamin A Metabolism ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY ESSENTIAL FOR VISION MAY PROVIDE TARGET FOR DRUG TRANSPORT
Case Western Reserve to Lead $27.3 Million Federal Grant for Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) SUDEP CENTER WITHOUT WALLS TO INCORPORATE BASIC AND CLINICAL SCIENCE EXPERTISE OF EIGHT US EPILEPSY CENTERS AND ONE UK EPILEPSY CENTER
Peptide Shows Great Promise for Treating Spinal Cord Injury CASE WESTERN RESERVE SCIENTISTS DESIGN INTRACELLULAR SIGMA PEPTIDE (ISP) TO PROMOTE FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY FOLLOWING SPINAL CORD INJURY
Boonshoft School of Medicine Department of Surgery receives grant from the state to help improve trauma patient triage outcomes DAYTON, Ohio—When a severe accident happens, every minute counts, and getting the victim to the correct trauma center becomes critical.
Cleveland Clinic’s second-ever face transplant signals new life for patient, hope for medical advancements CLEVELAND, Ohio – Dr. Francis Papay was in Europe, scheduled to deliver a lecture on the use of three-dimensional modeling in face transplants at a meeting of cranio-maxillo-facial surgeons, when he got the call.
No Ohio hospitals designated for Ebola treatment COLUMBUS — The list of 35 U.S. hospitals designated as Ebola treatment centers includes no Ohio facilities, though the state is assessing which care sites are best positioned to handle potential cases.
Ohio Hospital Studying Impact of Concussions on Teen Drivers Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center are currently studying teenagers who have suffered concussions in order to help doctors determine when teen drivers are ready to get back behind the wheel of a vehicle.
Ohio hospital begins heart procedure to prevent cardiac arrest It involves implanting a S-ICD device above the heart that will shock patients if they begin to exhibit an irregular heart beat
New Cancer Hospital Opens Monday COLUMBUS, Ohio – The new James Cancer Hospital officially opens Monday. It was a busy weekend for 700 staff members, doctors, nurses and volunteers who helped more than 250 patients to the new facility.
Executive fought to maintain Ohio Valley Hospital Health care executive Bill Proven-zano fought for years to keep Ohio Valley Hospital independent, reshaping its services and avoiding the consolidation that swept up and shut down other local hospitals across Western Pennsylvania, his family and colleagues said.
Walgreens to Offer Telehealth Visits Through MDLIVE Drugstore gaint Walgreens has announced the expansion of its telehalth platform to offer telehealth visits through MDLIVE, provider of telehealth services that will give Walgreen customers 24/7 access to U.S. board-certified doctors through its mobile application.
Robot revolution? 70 spine surgeons using robotic systems Is robotic technology becoming more common in spine surgery? Robotic technology for orthopedic and spine surgery procedures is evolving, and surgeon opinions and use are changing as well. A recent panel at the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting discussed robotic technology and recent data released.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Preventing Lethal Rupture An AAA is most dangerous when you don’t know you have it.