The academic medicine leader chose Kevin Sowers, a registered nurse, to be the second president ever of its health system and an executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
The purchases, while relatively small, were done at bargain basement prices below $4 a share.
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Gwinnett Medical Center's new unit dedicated to holding psychiatric patients that visit its emergency department is taking an innovative approach to a problem hospitals across the country continue to face.
Executives look to create a culture that views the patient or member as a consumer by establishing new training programs and setting new standards for employees, according to results of the Modern Healthcare Power Panel.
The mounting bipartisan push to block or delay the CMS' planned $1.6 billion in Medicare cuts to 340B hospitals before the end of the year has the attention of congressional leaders.
A year-end growth spurt may have catapulted Grand Blanc-based McLaren Health Care Corp. into being the biggest integrated health system in Michigan.
Between 2011 and 2016, the Veterans Affairs Department spent $1.1 billion on efforts that are seemingly for naught, as the agency is set to replace its existing systems with an EHR made by Cerner.
The most popular apps downloaded by clinicians come with a wide variety of uses.
A new study finds Medicare's accountable care organizations didn't reduce inpatient stays despite the program's emphasis on tackling that issue.
Paul Markovich has been elected chairman of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, a federation of 36 independent Blues companies.
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