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GRAND RAPIDS — Backed by a recent $2 million capital raise, a startup Grand Rapids-based digital health company plans to expand its sales force and further develop its software that allows patients to receive virtual care at home. 

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GRAND RAPIDS — A successful appeal by Spectrum Health to win tax-exempt status for a medical office building in Grand Rapids Charter Township could spur similar cases across West Michigan.

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A large medical center proposed in Grand Haven follows a steady, decade-long transformation of the health care marketplace in communities along the lakeshore in western Ottawa County.

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At $271.2 million, the expansion and renovation at Mercy Health’s Hackley Hospital campus in Muskegon stands as one of the largest health care projects in Michigan today.

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Hospital systems across West Michigan increasingly have turned to telemedicine to provide broader access to health care and better connect doctors to patients. Under Spectrum Health’s MedNow virtual health service, a patient can connect with a Spectrum Health doctor for an online video visit for minor or low-acuity medical conditions such as a cold, the flu or a rash.

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Spectrum Health and Holland Hospital have expanded their development plans for a medical campus in Grand Haven to include a new outpatient surgical center

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A partnership between three community colleges and Grand Rapids-area care providers brings a traditional model for training talent into a new area: health care.

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Citing a need to change how new doctors are trained, Spectrum Health wants to launch its own medical residency program. The move is prompted by an impasse in efforts to alter an existing partnership with Mercy Health Saint Mary’s, which sees the changes Spectrum Health wants as an attempt to wrest control of Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners.

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When MiBiz broke news that Spectrum Health plans to bring 500 I.T. workers to a new office in downtown Grand Rapids, many quickly praised the health system’s continued investment in the city. But the move certainly gave other business owners pause once they realized Spectrum Health would need to find parking for all those employees. After all, the perception persists that the core downtown area lacks available parking options, despite studies to the contrary.

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Spectrum Health plans to move up to 500 employees to 25 Ottawa Ave SW., a six-story office building that’s being renovated in downtown Grand Rapids’ Arena South neighborhood, MiBiz has learned.

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