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One year after budgeting for a bottom line in the red for the first time, Erlanger Health System officials are aiming for a much higher mark.
Erlanger Health System officials are budgeting for a $10.8 million profit this year — a more "aggressive" budget than what officials aimed for last year, when the hospital budgeted for a deficit for the first time.
As patients, doctors and health analysts look to see how the Affordable Care Act plays out, the emergency room is one of the closely watched stages.
Jakob Morgan’s parents already had plenty to worry about when he was born.
Health advocates in Tennessee and in the Southeast say they are "disappointed" and "troubled" by TennCare's response to federal officials about problems with the state's Medicaid application system.
Chattanooga attorney Gerald Webb II has been appointed as Erlanger Health System’s newest board member.
Chattanooga attorney Gerald Webb II has been appointed as Erlanger Health System's newest board member.
For years, the way for a nurse to get a raise at Erlanger Health System was to put in the time.
Two national legal advocacy groups have joined a Tennessee organization to “closely monitor” how TennCare responds to federal demands that it repair a dysfunctional application process that has caused backlogs and long delays for people trying to get coverage.
Break down the statistics for the number of drug-addicted teens in Hamilton County, and you’ll find there is an average of roughly two in every classroom.