Jeff Brown has been named senior VP and CIO of Seattle Children's Hospital. He had served as the interim CIO since April 2015.
Dani Monroe was named chief diversity and inclusion officer at Partners Healthcare.
Expect more acquisitions, joint ventures, affiliations and health plan expansion from U.S. hospitals this year. Executives of some the largest U.S. hospital operators revealed their plans Monday in pitches to investors and analysts in San Francisco.
Hallmark Health System announced it broke off exclusive talks to be acquired by Partners HealthCare after public outcry and legal and regulatory scrutiny left the deal in limbo.
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For an industry that loves to promote the “triple aim” buzz phrase, the U.S. healthcare system often leaves out one important element.
Medicaid losses lead the pack ... and their share of community benefit at not-for-profit hospitals is growing
Most hospitals lose money on every Medicaid patient they treat, and those losses are mounting as millions of Americans gain coverage through state programs that provide insurance to poor residents. But for not-for-profit hospitals, at least, those losses may have one positive side effect.
After vigorously opposing Partners HealthCare's expansion plans, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Lahey Health may merge to create a major rival to the Boston-based giant, the Boston Globe reports.
The complicated financial restructurings that follow not-for-profit hospital consolidations are requiring more advanced skill sets among chief financial officers and are leading to sharply higher pay for them, experts say.
Partners HealthCare reported $29.8 million in operating surplus in its fiscal year's third quarter as its insurance division continued to recover from higher-than-expected medical claims.
Nicholas Tejeda has taken the helm as CEO of Sierra Providence East Medical Center in El Paso, Texas. Tejeda, 36, assumed his duties in July, replacing Sally Hurt-Deitch, who is now market CEO of the hospital's parent system, Sierra Providence Health Network.
MRIs, CT scans and X-rays for low back pain patients dropped by half last year at the UPMC health system in Pittsburgh after doctors started seeing reminders in the electronic health record that such tests can be unnecessary, a move inspired in part by the Choosing Wisely campaign.
Preferred SNF networks represent an aggressive new strategy by hospitals to gain more control over quality and costs in the largely independent skilled-nursing facility sector.