Gayle Trupiano will become President and CEO of Ascension Living, a division of St. Louis-based Ascension that offers long-term care for seniors at 37 facilities across 10 states and the District of Columbia.
The cobwebs you swat away in your attic may have found a higher purpose: raw material for new cardiac tissue.
.Brain surgery requires delicate and precise use of surgical instruments. But for Dan Fabbio it also required a different kind of instrument—a saxophone.
Hurricane Irma has pummeled the Caribbean on its path to South Florida. Hospitals, distributors and government agencies are working to help the region deal with yet another catastrophic storm.
An increase in medical exemptions from school vaccinations in California raises concerns over whether those cases will undermine efforts to maintain safe vaccine coverage levels.
CMS' proposed home health payment model alarms providers. Would it boost access for medically complex patients?
The home health groupings model is designed to encourage providers to better serve Medicare patients with complex medical needs rather than focusing on those who need therapy services. But provider and patient groups fear it would shrink access for all types of patients.
The recent acquisition of seven-hospital PinnacleHealth takes UPMC into the tough central Pennsylvania market for the first time, where it faces a host of new competitors, Moody's noted.
Hospitals evacuating patients from areas projected to be hit by Hurricane Irma are only one part of the puzzle. Other hospitals must take those patients in and have all of their patient records to properly care for them.
Maine residents hope ballot box will do what legislators couldn't: Expand Medicaid to more low-income adults
Advocates for Maine's Medicaid expansion believe their side has more political energy going into November election—and this time, the governor can't veto the initiative.
Summa Health has brought on a physician experienced in building emergency medicine residencies to restart the health system's program and lead its emergency medicine department.
The Appropriations Committee voted Thursday to send to the full Senate an HHS budget that raises the agency's funding for fiscal 2018.
Partisan differences over the details and duration of renewing funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program could delay congressional action to keep dollars flowing to the states for the popular program covering 8.4 million kids.