Big academic medical centers have found partnerships overseas allow them to enhance their brand awareness and provide an added source of revenue.
Dandorph: We needed to think of ourselves a little bit differently.
Dr. Sheldon Retchin, the CEO of Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, resigned this week amid allegations from faculty that he was harming the institution's culture and reputation.
The departure of longtime Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove signals the end of an era at the prestigious institution and changes ahead with the placement of a new leader.
The University of Kansas Health System and for-profit Ardent Health Services are creating a joint venture company to purchase 378-bed St. Francis Health in Topeka, Kansas. The deal is the sixth such joint venture that Ardent has announced with a not-for-profit academic medical center.
The Office of Inspector General at HHS said Wednesday that an audit of Mount Sinai Hospital revealed the hospital received overpayments totaling at least $41.9 million from 2012 to 2013.
The trauma of going live with a new electronic health record system is written all over Vanderbilt University Medical Center's preparation plans.
Despite a strong financial profile, Vanderbilt University Medical Center's $214 million rollout of a new electronic health record system is so big that Moody's Investors Service is a little uneasy about it.
The financing authority for the University of Kansas Health System is going to the bond market to raise $190.2 million to add extra floors to a patient tower at the main campus and repay the debt of recently acquired Hays Medical Center.
Indiana University Health, a 14-hospital system in Indianapolis, pruned its hospital portfolio as it prepares for a $1 billion construction project at one of its downtown health campuses.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and Elliot Health System, both in New Hampshire, announced Friday that they had decided to end their latest round of discussions, which began in May 2016. The two systems engaged in talks for most of 2015.
Dr. Andrew Ziskind, an interventional cardiologist who most recently oversaw physician performance improvement efforts for Huron Consulting, will lead Premier's strategy to help train a new generation to work under population health and alternative payment models.