Tianqiao Chen, through affiliate Shanda Media, announced last Monday that he had accumulated 11.3 million shares of CHS, or 9.9% of common shares. Then he added another 88,000 CHS shares days later to make it an even 10%.
Her day job is director of community health at St. Luke's Health System's West Region in Idaho. But cyclist Kristin Armstrong won a place in Olympic history in Rio, joining speedskater Bonnie Blair as the only American women to win three gold medals in the same event at any Olympics, grabbing her...
Phelps told reporters he has used the ancient Chinese technique called cupping for years before meets.
The Rio Games mark the first time all athletes from all nations at the Olympics will have their health records managed on a common EHR.
The CMS has identified 10 rural hospitals in Montana, Nevada and North Dakota for a demonstration aimed at serving Medicare beneficiaries in remote locations.
Ascension Holdings International will focus on diversifying the Catholic system's financial platform to other countries.
A hacker or group of hackers with possible links to a right-wing Ukrainian political faction posted to Twitter and to a Google cloud-based storage area more than a half-million documents, including patient information, from an Ohio healthcare provider.
Dr. Norvell Coots is now the president and CEO of Holy Cross Health, a two-hospital system based in Silver Spring, Md., part of Trinity Health.
The helium shortage is no more—thanks to a device using some duct tape, plastic piping, a folding table and some other decidedly low-tech components.
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago will offer Canadians a flat fee for orthopedic procedures, which have one of the longest wait times for treatment in Canada.
The exit of Britain from the EU could prove disastrous for the nation's largest employer, its national healthcare system and industry. Experts predict that everything from medical professional staffing to regulations on drugs and devices will most certainly change, and most, for the worse.
Patently perturbed: Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal raises fears about drug patent periods, higher costs
Multilateral trade deals—such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership touted by President Barack Obama on his recent trip through Asia—are usually of little concern or consequence to healthcare stakeholders. But the TPP could affect pharmaceutical pricing around the globe.