Mayo is built to let doctors be doctors and has been ahead of the curve in studying how to measure and reward value in healthcare. But it isn't immune to physician burnout and the pressure to reduce costs and adopt value-based payment models.
The Cleveland Clinic will expand its services into Europe with its proposed plans for a hospital located in central London.
New Hampshire state officials say they're dismayed by an announcement of big layoffs at a major hospital two days after they awarded it a $36.5 million contract to run the state psychiatric facility.
The opening of UC San Diego Health's new $943 million hospital later this year—the first new hospital in San Diego County completed since 2012—will bring cutting-edge technology for cancer treatment and other specialty care while also stirring up competition in the market.
Since becoming CEO of Emory Healthcare in February, Dr. Jonathan Lewin has eschewed local hospital mergers in Atlanta for a statewide affiliation strategy that culminated in an agreement this week with 21-hospital Stratus Healthcare.
Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare will partner with Stratus Healthcare, an affiliation of 21 hospitals around Georgia, to develop a clinically integrated network and strengthen access to specialty care.
Membership in UPMC's health insurance division grew 8% in the past year, according to financial documents released Friday, giving UPMC a bigger foothold as it tries to operate peacefully with its rival Highmark Health.
Two Bronx healthcare systems have signed a letter of intent to explore a partnership in the latest sign of consolidation among New York City hospitals.
Dr. Steven Corwin, CEO of New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System, discusses how population health plays into the massive system's strategy for becoming a regional provider.
Data Points for the week of Aug. 15, 2016, covered the following topics: The CMS' new star ratings for overall quality of hospitals
Questions continue to be raised over the data reported to Open Payments, the Affordable Care Act policy that requires drug and device companies to annually report payments to physicians and teaching hospitals.
A New Jersey appeals court revived a state law allowing Level I trauma centers to exclusively take over emergency medical services.