Dr. Joxel Garcia, 53, has been named the inaugural executive director of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center's prevention and control platform, part of its “Moon Shots Program,” which aims to accelerate and improve cancer survival rates.
Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center has appointed a new CFO to oversee its $2.9 billion budget. Mark Larmore will start on Oct. 1, once his appointment is approved by the university's board of trustees.
Banner Health is working to cut costs from newly acquired University of Arizona Health Network as the academic medical center's losses weigh on its finances.
An increase in admissions led to an uptick in income for Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, but the system also incurred a big charge for bond refinancing for the fiscal year ended June 30.
The debate over how to ensure an adequate future supply and distribution of healthcare providers is heating up as new medical schools open around the country, VA hospitals are expanding their medical residency training programs and Congress is stepping up its oversight over the use of GME funds.
Abby, a 4-year-old battling leukemia at Melodies Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Albany (N.Y.) Medical Center, developed a special bond with her favorite nurse, Matt Hickling. So special that Abby told her mom she wanted to marry him.
Jeff Rivest, longtime president and CEO of the Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical Center, has announced that he will retire this summer.
Will Cook has been appointed as the next president and CEO of University of Colorado Hospital.
Two New Jersey health systems are suing because they say a new state law unfairly takes away their role as advanced emergency medical service providers in their service areas.
The UT Southwestern Medical Center is on a roll. Last year, it expanded its presence in the fast-growing Dallas market by opening an $800 million hospital complex. President Dr. Daniel Podolsky discusses the system's expansion plans and technology's role in process improvement.
The UT Southwestern Medical Center is on a roll. Last year, it expanded its presence in the fast-growing Dallas market by opening an $800 million hospital complex. In a podcast interview, President Dr. Daniel Podolsky discusses the system's expansion plans and technology's role in process...
Christopher Dawes, president and CEO of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford, a 300-bed hospital in Palo Alto, Calif., discusses the issues raised by Medicaid expansion, narrow-network health plans and high prescription drug costs. He spoke with Modern Healthcare reporter Bob Herman.