For many who have followed this dance between the local healthcare giants — it sometimes seems like we just keep going around in circles. But Friday’s announcement does carry some risks for those served by West Penn Allegheny — even if that risk is not yet measurable.
This is the time of year when many organizations ask employees to pick their health insurance for 2013. But it’s not easy to compare health plans — although Consumer Reports says a new requirement of Obamacare may help.
Now, sources indicate UPMC will make major changes in security here and on all UPMC campuses. Employees like Katie Bottoms who has worked here for decades call the changes necessary.
Flanked by doctors and patients, the Steelers safety, Ryan Clark unveiled Ryan Clark’s Cure League.
In a suit filed today, Linda Ficken says she contracted Hepatitis C from a syringe infected by David Kwiatkowski — a Radiology Technician who worked at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital back in 2008.
PITTSBURGH (AP) Mike Tomlin wasn’t trying to invent a catchphrase, just something his players would remember when getting into the murky waters of what is and what isn’t a legal – not to mention safe – hit.
Uniontown Police are investigating a motor vehicle crash on the 600 block of Kreinbrook Hill Road in Fayette County.
Nearly 2,000 patients are being advised to get tested for Hepatitis C. The warning comes after a man who worked in a hospital in our area was accused of tampering with needles and infecting dozens of people at other hospitals with the disease.
On his fourth day in Pittsburgh, Highmark’s new CEO – Dr. Bill Winkenwerder – toured the Caring Place, a facility for children who have lost a parent, after sitting down with KDKA Money Editor Jon Delano in his first TV interview as CEO.
A public hearing was held Thursday night on controversial tax breaks for UPMC.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are teaming up with UPMC to build a first-of-its-kind sports performance center and practice rink in Cranberry Township.
Injecting stem cells into the brain of someone who has had a stroke is a hot button issue. Is it safe? Can it be done? That’s what researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are trying to find out.
When UPMC closed its Braddock hospital, its focus was on building this new 156-bed facility to serve the health needs of suburban communities east of Pittsburgh.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to neurologist Dr Joseph Maroon about the continuing discussion about kids and concussions.
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|7:30 PM||omg! Insider|
|8:00 PM||2 Broke Girls|
|8:30 PM||Rules of Engagement|
|9:00 PM||The Big Bang Theory|
|9:31 PM||Mike & Molly|
|10:00 PM||Hawaii Five-0|
|11:00 PM||KDKA-TV News at 11|
|11:35 PM||Late Show with David Letterman|