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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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The six Michigan health systems that aligned for a care network want to accelerate improvements in cost and quality by adopting and sharing common standards in an era of accountable care.

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Bronson has no immediate plans to redevelop the 131,419-square-foot building or the 5,353-square-foot building that served as the headquarters of the former Business Review West Michigan, according to a news release. The Gazette building at 401 South Burdick Street has been vacant since 2012 when the MLive Media Group newspaper moved to 306 South Kalamazoo Mall.

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Both sides remain hopeful that they can reach an agreement within the next month that would keep Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo and sister hospitals in Paw Paw and Battle Creek in Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s care network.

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After years of planning and preparation, Western Michigan University opens its new medical school this month, ushering in a new era for both the university and the health care and life science industries in Southwest Michigan.

Borgess Health’s opening of a $26.9 million medical campus in Battle Creek provides not just expanded access to care for the region, but also a potential catalyst for nearby spin-off development.

The next year and a half is shaping up to be a busy period for higher education building projects.

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West Michigan health systems are facing intense financial pressures in an unprecedented era of technological change, government reform and a rapidly growing need for quality care. That has many local health care executives asking: Do we need to be in the real estate business?

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The $42 million health campus planned in downtown Kalamazoo holds the potential to simultaneously address a number of issues for the project’s partners.

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After becoming part of Bronson Healthcare Group, the largest physician practice in Southwest Michigan is now focused on integrating into the health system and expanding clinical services as needed across the market.

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