The number of beds the Chicago academic medical center wants to add to the adult ER is too many, the construction tab for the nearly $270 million project too high, and the number of extra inpatient beds for overnight stays at the three-hospital campus isn't necessary, according to Illinois state...
Lawrence “Larry” Inserra Jr. has been around hospitals a long time, much of it for the same reasons nobody really wants to be around them.
David Entwistle, 47, joins Stanford Health after nearly a decade at the helm of the University of Utah Health Care, an academic medical center with four hospitals.
Only a month after dropping University of Chicago Medicine from its network, Chicago-based Land of Lincoln Health reinstated the organization, once again providing healthcare coverage for several hundred patients seeking treatment at the highly regarded health system.
This year, University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System and partners are testing a program to reduce these costs. It is modeled on a strategy known as “Housing First” that is catching on across the country.
Indiana University Health, the behemoth academic hospital system that controls large portions of the Hoosier state, grew its top line in 2015 thanks in large part to the state's conservative Medicaid expansion.
The state of New Mexico won't be relying on the University of New Mexico's Health Sciences Center and its $200 million in reserves for help covering Medicaid funding.
Fairview Health Services has dropped out of the Minnesota Hospital Association, amid a cloud of uncertainty.
Kaiser Permanente, which has both hospital and insurance operations, already owns the land for the campus. It chose the site because it is close to affordable housing, public transportation and major freeways.
Stanford Health Care, the Bay Area academic medical center, is entering the insurance market with a product that will be offered to Silicon Valley's technology companies.
Dr. Alan Kaplan, was named CEO at UW Health, the healthcare system of the University of Wisconsin at Madison. His appointment is effective May 2.
Like most academic medical centers, Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Health System is under financial pressure. In an interview with Modern Healthcare reporter Dave Barkholz, CEO Marna Borgstrom discusses Yale's approach to value-based care, expansion and how medical training is changing.