Henry Ford Health System, the Detroit-based system that has survived in recent years on a slim margin, largely broke even again last year. In 2013, it posted a small loss.
Henry Ford Health System CEO Nancy Schlichting explains why the Detroit-based integrated system is doing well even as hospital admissions fall.
The Women-Inspired Neighborhood (WIN) Network, a Detroit-area collaboration between four regional health systems, partners systems with community organizations and local health departments to offer a comprehensive approach to addressing clinical and social factors associated with infant mortality.
Top Detroit Healthcare Leaders discuss Population Health Management on May 7, 2015 at Modern Healthcare's Issue BriefingMarch 09, 2015
Detroit, MI - Top officials from three of Detroit's leading healthcare institutions will headline Modern Healthcare's upcoming May 7, 2015 Issue Briefing on population health management. The Detroit event is the second in this year's multi-city series that is exploring how local...
Crittenton Hospital Medical Center has signed a letter of intent to join Ascension Health, selecting the St. Louis-based system from a number of suitors.
The Michigan appeals court has reversed a decision and dismissed a lawsuit filed on behalf of 159 people in the Detroit area whose medical records were mistakenly made available online.
The financial surplus at Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, dropped slightly in the first nine months of 2014, but the system's health plan and other miscellaneous sources of income forestalled a deeper decline.
Wright Lassiter III, 51, will become CEO of Henry Ford Health System in late 2016.
Henry Ford Health System CEO Nancy Schlichting said Monday she will retire from her role at the Detroit-based organization in December 2016, and a newly hired hospital executive from California will take the CEO spot.
Nancy Hoyt has been named board chair of Compassion & Choices, one of the nation's largest not-for-profit organizations devoted to end-of-life care options.
If academic medical centers want to stay relevant and on the cutting edge of healthcare, they will need to build partnerships inside and outside the sector, according to a new report from the Institute of Medicine.
The boards of three health systems located in Southeast Michigan have given the green light to merge, creating a $3.8 billion combined organization.