OSF Innovation is striving to change the face of healthcare delivery to benefit the patients and communities they serve.

A Critical Role in the Healthcare Economy
New initiatives at UICOMP are strengthening healthcare for patients, as well as the regional economy.
A Strategic Initiative to Impact Community Safety
AMT’S “All-Safe” efforts are having a significant impact.
Why We Need to End Alzheimer’s Disease
Unless a cure is found, it is going to have a disastrous impact on all of us in some way.
Opioid Crisis: Why Companies Should Take Note
Like abuse of alcohol or illicit drugs, the nation’s growing opioid epidemic is presenting workplace challenges.
10 Startups to Watch in 2018
Highlighting the finest products of Greater Peoria's entrepreneurial ecosystem... 
The earlier skin cancer is detected and treated, the better a patient’s chance for survival.
CIHIE provides new opportunities for patient-centered planning and quality improvement.
As we carve our future healthcare strategies, the involvement of physician leaders has never been more important.

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#BehindTheScenes: Students from Youth Music Illinois focus intently during rehearsal. Read more in the March/April issue of Art & Society... out soon! Follow the link in our profile for subscription and distribution information. 📸 : Jeff McSweeney Did you know The Penguin Project was recognized in Washington, DC last fall—and has expanded into 15 states? (1) Dr. Andrew Morgan, founder and director, and 14-year-old Olivia Johnson accept the 2017 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award from NEA chairman Jane Chu on November 9, 2017.
📸 : Steven E. Purcell (2) January’s production of Mary Poppins, Jr. alone gave 94 young performers a chance to shine.
📸 : Frank Raab “Mobius Triangle” was recently gifted to the Village of Peoria Heights, along with five other sculptures by world-renowned artist Bruce White. Their public works crew brought it down from DeKalb in November. It now stands in front of Village Hall—18 feet and 2,000 pounds of freshly-painted blue steel. Learn more about White’s sculptures and related developments in the Heights in the March/April Art & Society. 📸 : Village of Peoria Heights #BehindTheScenes: As we move into 2018, the Alzheimer’s Association Illinois Chapter encourages communities across Illinois to help eliminate this devastating disease. Read more in the February 2018 issue of iBi. #endalz

Its rhythms are thrilling and alluring, the grooves infectious and sophisticated, and few sounds could be more romantic. When Latin fusion meets the symphony, you can be sure that Cupid’s arrow will fly!

Central Illinois Perspective
Welcome to Sunday Dinner
For David Stotz, each meal is a time capsule, capturing the tastes and preferences of cultures and people from centuries past. 
Olympic Excitement on the Rise
The U.S. will send approximately 245 athletes, and Americans everywhere will be cheering them on. Here in the Peoria area, several organizations and individuals may cheer a little louder than most!
Get Into the Fold
Local origami artist Kathy Knapp has shared the joy of paper folding for nearly 30 years.
Fat Biking (And More) at Wildlife
Summer may be the most popular time to visit, but the park is open year-round—and seeing it throughout the different seasons is truly a feast for the senses.
In November, 100 Days of Peoria: The Book was officially unveiled at The Nest, the coworking space Chelsie Tamms calls home.
Ten things you didn’t know about the two BraziLionaires…
An old potting shed has found new life as Potting Shed Art Studio, transformed into a charming workspace offering classes and activities for adults and children.

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