Transfer of contracts and leases part of UA transition to Banner Health.
THis year has produced a frenzy of breaking news in Arizona.
The main ingredient for aging well is being healthy.
State had third-lowest number of sign-ups last year among young adults.
A revolution that's making consumers healthier: tracking your doc's notes on you.
Software, apps can help assure transparency and compliance.
Program served about 400 patients; its elimination will cost 36 jobs.
News from Northwest Medical Center and Raytheon Missile Systems.
1. The University of Arizona Health Network
PHOENIX — In a major victory for the legislative minority, the state Court of Appeals ruled today that lawmakers on the losing end of last year's Medicaid expansion have a constitutional right to challenge the law and the levy it imposes.
The University of Arizona has partnered with the American Lung Association in Arizona to provide asthma care in 16 TUSD elementary schools starting in the fall.
Eligible uninsured people have about five weeks to sign up for the health- care marketplace, but so far Latinos are a no show.
There are many opinions about Obamacare for small businesses, but what are the facts about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act for the almost 400,000 small businesses in Arizona?
PHOENIX — A constitutional right to control your own health care is not a right to grow your own medical marijuana, according to an attorney for the state’s top health official.
PHOENIX — Organizers of a bid to block Medicaid expansion in Arizona conceded they may not have the necessary petition signatures to force the issue to the ballot.
Some Tucson hospitals could share in a federal windfall of up to $70 million to help cover medical costs for those who can't pay, if the City Council signs off on the deal tonight.
Her leg inexplicably purple, painful and double its size, University of Arizona student Aimee Snyder cried herself to sleep, desperate to avoid going to an emergency room.
Founder Fletcher McCusker wanted a drum kit, guitars and a basketball hoop set up in the offices of Sinfonía HealthCare Corp., so that employees could relieve some stress.
AirVida's Jerry Thomas, who was at Sinfonia for a meeting, conducts business on the phone while seated at the conference table inside Sinfonía HealthCare Corp. at 1 E. Toole Ave. On the other side of the glass wall is Toole Avenue Hive, a co-workspace for young entrepreneurs.
had a business plan a few weeks after retiring.