Rush leaders, providers and patients offer their thoughts and experiences about the most important issues of today.
Learn about Rush virtual care provider, Melissa Holmes, MD, and the benefits of telemedicine.
A letter from 36 hospitals and health centers who pledge to work to improve health equity across the city, focusing on Chicago's vulnerable neighborhoods.
Justin Johnson, senior corporate counsel at Rush, provides his perspective on Juneteenth.
Rush is always proud to stand with our LGBTQ+ patients, employees, students, faculty and community members alike. This holds true now more than ever..
Maria is a provider in our on-demand video visit program, where you can get care over video chat for conditions like the flu or COVID-19 but also coping and stress or return-to-work assessments.
Family medicine clinician Steven Rothschild, MD, explains why now, in the wake of COVID-19, is the right time to establish a relationship with a primary care provider.
Neurologist Natalie Witek, MD, MS, answers questions about the benefits and challenges of telemedicine.
The question of when society returns to its normal functioning in the wake of COVID-19 is a complex one. Here are some factors to consider.
During these challenging times, positivity and acts of kindness can have a strong impact on health care workers' wellness.
In the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, an outbreak that has infected hundreds of thousands worldwide, the utilization and innovations of technology in health care are more pertinent than ever.
Social distancing helps us appreciate the importance of in-person human connections.
After the crisis, we need to remember our health care heroes and give them a more rational, more moderate and more certain legal environment to pursue their mission of protecting and improving the health of all Illinoisans.
A Rush emergency medicine physician encourages Chicago residents to not ignore medical emergencies due to coronavirus (COVID-19) fears.
John Elakkatt was in grave condition with COVID-19 when he was brought to Rush and put on a ventilator. What happened next is an amazing story of strength and hope, as John made a full recovery.
If health care and government leaders follow the disability community mantra of “Nothing about us, without us,” changes in policies and practices post-COVID-19 just may result in a more inclusive and accessible world.