Notre Dame startup VisiLocate aims to revolutionize breast cancer care

Three University of Notre Dame students are reimagining the way breast cancer patients receive treatment.  Sunghoon Rho, Ciara Dillon and Nicholas Ross, co-founders of South Bend-based VisiLocate, a company seeking to help surgeons find breast cancer tumors using a miniature localization light device, clinched the grand prize at the McCloskey New Venture Competition held in April.... Read More

All 92 counties opt in for 2025 public health funding

Every county in Indiana seems to have signed onto a state effort to provide $150 million in enhanced funding for public health departments in the coming year in exchange for providing “core” public health services. The Indiana Capital Chronicle called...... Read More

New EPA rules target coal ash ponds for cleanup

To environmentalists, the scores of coal ash ponds that have sprung up around Indiana power plants over the decades are a looming threat to public health and water supplies. Most are near rivers and filled with toxic chemicals, including arsenic and mercury.... Read More

Indiana Donor Network names new medical director

The Indiana Donor Network, an organ, tissue and cornea recovery and donation organization, named Paul Lange its vice president of clinical operations and medical director last week. In his new position, Lange will oversee organ and tissue recovery operations.... Read More

FSSA launches monthly Medicaid reports

In the wake of a Medicaid budget snafu, in which a forecast missed the mark by nearly $1 billion, the Family and Social Services Administration has launched monthly Medicaid finance reports detailing expenditures, enrollment and funding of the program.... Read More