Banner Health CEO Peter Fine discusses the merger of University of Arizona Health Network and Banner Health in an interview with Modern Healthcare reporter Beth Kutscher.
The merger of University of Arizona Health Network and Banner Health Friday highlights the stark challenges that academic medical centers face in the new economics of healthcare.
UCSF Medical Center opened its new Mission Bay Campus to patients in early February, welcoming new employees—some of whom are robots.
As hospitals increasingly lose patients to medical care delivered in clinics and home settings, hospital operators are escalating their efforts to shrink capacity.
Contaminated medical instruments are to blame for infecting seven patients—including two who died—with an antibiotic-resistant and potentially deadly superbug at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, hospital officials said. A total of 179 patients may be infected.
The University of Toledo Medical Center is looking into creating a not-for-profit organization that would allow it to invest in for-profit joint ventures, a practice that is commonplace among academic medical centers as they look for new sources of revenue.
The National Football League has hired its first chief health and medical adviser, cardiologist Dr. Elizabeth Nabel, president of Brigham and Women's Hospital. The league has been beset by controversy over player concussions and the long-term impact of them on player health.
WellStar Health System and Emory University are in discussions to create a combined organization that would bring nearly a dozen hospitals under a single umbrella.
Peter Geier, COO at Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center and CEO of the OSU Health System, will step down Dec. 1.
VHA and UHC, which already jointly own a group purchasing organization, are merging to gain capital as tight hospital budgets and demands for new data and analytics tools upend the traditional healthcare purchasing model.
Abington (Pa.) Health and Philadelphia-based Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health System have reached a definitive agreement to merge.
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center plans to spend $14.3 million to transform one of its facilities into a new hospital specializing in brain and spinal care.