Rush's Health IT Pathways program is helping Chicago high school students find a bridge to college and rewarding work after graduation.
Rush is among the first health systems in the country to securely connect its electronic medical record with a web-based resource directory that allows physicians, nurses and social workers to refer patients to the non-medical resources — like food, housing and transportation — needed to address chronic health and social conditions.
The director of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center has received the highest honor in dementia research and envisions a solution to the disease.
For the fourth consecutive time all three Rush hospitals have received an ‘A’ grade from a nonprofit patient safety watchdog organization.
Dana Hayden, MD, thinks that you’re never too young to be screened for colon cancer — provided you have symptoms of the disease, that is.
Stem cell treatments have potential to transform medicine. Experts in cancer, neurosurgery, orthopedics and pediatrics discuss the possibilities.
An NIH-funded study by researchers at Rush is evaluating a vaccine for rheumatoid arthritis that was found effective in preliminary lab studies.
Rush’s Advanced Trauma Training Program is a comprehensive curriculum in crisis trauma care for military medics and civilian first responders.
In a study, 80 percent of participants completed an advance directive after meeting with a chaplain as part of a doctor’s appointment.
Rush researcher Susan Chubinskaya, PhD, is helping lead a study that aims to make space travel easier on astronauts, while providing insights for the rest of us here on Earth.