Cerner isn't the only EHR vendor looking to expand its reach as the industry continues to talk about the move to value.
Massachusetts' attorney general is heightening scrutiny of the proposed merger between Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Lahey Health, saying she's concerned it would raise healthcare costs and impede access.
Cleveland Clinic said it has formed a strategic collaboration with a medical group in China to bring value-based, patient-centered healthcare to Shanghai New Hong Qiao International Medical Center.
Private equity's interest in healthcare has exploded in recent years. But a new report shows firms are increasingly challenged by companies' high prices.
Grand Rapids-based Spectrum Health, one of Michigan's largest not-for-profit health systems, and Lakeland Health, a three-hospital system based in St. Joseph, have signed a letter of intent and expect to merge by Oct. 1, officials said Wednesday.
Humana and private equity firms TPG Capital and Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe have closed on their acquisitions of Curo Health Services and Kindred Healthcare.
Some view third-party investment in physician practices as a vital trend that offers economies of scale that make healthcare more efficient. Others believe it fosters monopoly control while driving up prices. But nearly everyone agrees that further consolidation is coming.
The partnership is the latest amid a spate of urgent-care and ambulatory facility deals that aim to facilitate more affordable, coordinated care as new payment models drive care to lower-cost settings within an all-inclusive network.
Sanford Health will merge with Good Samaritan Society, mirroring other health systems that have made a play for long-term care providers to try to better coordinate care once patients leave the hospital.
Low-cost markets typically have at least one integrated delivery system as a significant competitor as well as closely aligned physicians and good data-sharing tools, according to a new report.
General Electric lost its spot on the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Tuesday and will drop its profitable healthcare unit to refocus on power, aviation and renewable energy.
Dr. Atul Gawande will lead the Boston-based Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase healthcare venture, the companies announced Wednesday.