The VCU Massey Cancer Center hopes to be the state’s first to achieve an exclusive federal designation and has about $2.5 million left to raise to complete a major upgrade plan.
A home nursing company that’s grown to $2.5 million in revenue and more than 100 employees in 10 years has opened a second office.
After having their negotiations dragged out into the public eye and with a deadline looming, a local hospital giant and the state’s biggest health insurer are coming to terms on a new contract.
Richmond-based Health Diagnostic Laboratory is firing back at a report published Monday by the Wall Street Journal that shines a light on fees the company paid to doctors for ordering its test services.
A local biotech firm with a big-name backer wants to push healthcare beyond the hospital. It’s working to expand the use of its service and to have it covered by insurance companies eventually Medicare.
The healthcare organization recently opened new clinics and services to East End residents with the renovation of a hospital office space.
A Tennessee company has ended its contract with the Virginia Department of Corrections to provide healthcare in more than 15 correctional facilities. The move will affect 134 workers at a local prison.
Jumping on a growing trend in the healthcare industry, a Richmond hospital system is squeezing into your neighborhood grocery store.
A Southside hospital regained its certification as a mid-level trauma center in hopes of lifting some pressure off nearby crowded emergency rooms.
Bon Secours and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield each recently took to the Internet to plead their case in an ongoing contract dispute.