State Officials Refuse To Say How New $200 Million YouthCare Health Care Program For Foster Kids Is DoingThe Better Government Association wanted to know if YouthCare - managed by for-profit Meridian Health - is working, but the state declined their request for information, so the BGA is going to court.
Gov. JB Pritzker Signs Expansive Health Care Access, Equity LegislationIllinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation Tuesday to make health care more accessible and equitable, particularly for people of color.
'Definitely A Blessing': Indiana Families Can Soon Get Necessary Medical Services In Chicago For Their Children"She will have more opportunities and options."
Working For Chicago: Advice From An Expert At Glassdoor About What Sectors Are HiringEvery week, Glassdoor publishes a job market report for the Chicago area with the latest industry breakouts. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas took a look at the data to help job seekers strategize their search.
Time For A Career Change? Health Care Experiencing Strong Job Growth In ChicagoChicago's health care industry is experiencing strong job growth.
Furloughed, Laid Off Workers Now Face Difficult Financial ChoicesWhat bills to pay? Which to ask for forgiveness? Which to hold off on while trying to make ends meet during this crisis?
No-Cost Birth Control Faces Court ChallengesThe Trump administration's regulations broadened the religious exemption to any employer with an objection based on religious beliefs and created a new exemption for certain employers with moral objections.
Illinois Officials Agree To Settle Prison Health LawsuitA court-appointed expert would guide the overhaul of health care for Illinois prison inmates in a proposed federal consent decree filed Thursday.
Restaurants Adding Surcharge To Cover Employee Health Care CostsWhen you dine out, and the check comes, it usually includes the cost of your food and taxes, but more restaurants are adding a new surcharge to your bill to cover the costs of employee health insurance.
Customers Complain Of Poor Service As Hotel Workers Continue StrikeHotel customers are complaining of dirty beds, limited services, long check-in lines, and an overall shortage of staff since hotel workers at 25 hotels in downtown Chicago went on strike.
Health Care, Tech Jobs Top List Of Highest-Paying Work In U.S.Americans eager for a high-paying job might want to focus on two industries: health care and technology.
Short Term Insurance Leaves Man In Financial Crisis, Advocacy Groups Work To Regulate PlansCritics of short term insurance plans say they can be a long term disaster, saying they’re often misleading, leaving people without the coverage they thought they had.
What Does Open Enrollment Mean For Your Employees?Open enrollment for businesses is an opportune time for employees to change coverage, ask questions, and even receive early signing bonuses.
Ryan, Trump Pull Health Care Bill, Canceling VoteAt President Trump's request, House Speaker Paul Ryan has pulled the GOP's health care overhaul bill from consideration.
City Transforms Clinic At South Side School Into Community Healthcare CenterCity government is using money from the tax on electronic cigarettes to expand the health clinic at the John Drake Elementary School into a full service primary care health center.