The University of Maryland Medical System made a $20,000 contribution to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s inaugural committee while she was serving as one of the hospital network’s board members, according to records shared by the committee.
As state lawmakers contemplate reforming how the University of Maryland Medical System handles contracts with insiders, a Baltimore Sun review of other hospitals' disclosures show the practice is not rare. Only Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation dabbled in politics.
MedStar Health has agreed to pay $35 million to resolve allegations the hospital system paid kickbacks to a cardiology group in Pikesville in exchange for referrals, according to a statement from Robert Hur, the U.S. attorney for Maryland and other federal investigators.
A total of 823 attendees — nearly 400 of them in the first half hour — pulled into one of the five lanes set up in the CCBC Essex parking lot Sunday, signed a consent form, rolled up their sleeves and received free shots.
Randy and Mary Marriner never wanted their daughters to work for a family business. But there they were, sitting in their newest restaurant, Clarksville’s Food Plenty, with their daughters as co-workers. The family has become one of the most powerful players in Howard County’s food scene.
As Ravens training camp in Owings Mills is reopened to more members of the public, fans enjoy the shade and kid-friendly atmosphere, but some long for the intimacy of an earlier era at McDaniel College in Westminster.
James A. Oakey, former president of Good Samaritan Hospital who merged it into the Helix Health System, died June 13 from complications of brain surgery at Gilchrist Hospice in Columbia. The Marriottsvillle resident was 83.
The horse racing industry has long tolerated and even encouraged an ethic of racing battered and bandaged — but, like football and other sports, the dangers of concussions may be driving a change at the tracks, starting in Maryland.
The churches, volunteers and government agencies who pulled together to make Harford County's winter rotating homeless shelter successful in its second year received certificates of recognition from the County Council at a luncheon Monday.
The decision to close the pediatric emergency room at Medstar Franklin Square hospital has caused an uproar from the community and hospital staff, who say MedStar has abandoned its mission to serve the community in the pursuit of profits.
Closing Franklin Square pediatric units eliminates a service that was needed and heavily used by the community and was the life’s work of doctors, nurses, philanthropists, managers, coordinators, community members and administrators. This decision did not improve any aspect of health care.
Brian Taylor and his business partner, Patrick Reid, opened Revive Cryo Spa, a whole-body cryotherapy center in Ellicott City and, at the time, just the third cryotherapy facility in Maryland. The medical therapy method, which was first utilized in Japan in the late 1970s, involves standing
“If we permit the rule of law to erode because it doesn't harm our personal interests, that erosion may eventually consume us as well,” said U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, speaking at the BWI Business Partnership's signature breakfast in Linthicum Thursday morning.
For those needing to learn the ins and outs of the medical marijuana industry, many schools are cropping up, but one of the latest entrants to the field is hardly green: The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, a top ranked institution founded in 1841
MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center plans to open a high-risk breast cancer clinic by the end of the month, which will immediately assess patients' likelihood of getting the disease and nudge them over time to undergo regular screenings