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U. of Maryland Medical Center CEO to retire

U. of Maryland Medical Center CEO to retire

By Adam Rubenfire  |  July 30, 2015

Jeff Rivest, longtime president and CEO of the Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical Center, has announced that he will retire this summer.

N.J. hospitals sue state over EMS law

N.J. hospitals sue state over EMS law

By Adam Rubenfire  |  July 29, 2015

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.

Texas medical center keeps its focus on process improvement

Texas medical center keeps its focus on process improvement

By Modern Healthcare  |  July 25, 2015

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.

Hospitals say they subsidize graduate medical education, but cost-benefit unknown

By Jay Greene, Crain's Detroit Business  |  July 19, 2015

Graduate medical education at teaching hospitals traditionally has fulfilled two goals: training thousands of young doctors and providing lower-cost, front-line daily patient care as part of a medical team that includes higher-paid practicing physicians and nurses.

Risk that 'nobody will have access to pediatric specialty care'

Risk that 'nobody will have access to pediatric specialty care'

By Modern Healthcare  |  July 18, 2015

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.

Access to pediatric specialty care is at risk, says Lucile Packard CEO Chris Dawes

Access to pediatric specialty care is at risk, says Lucile Packard CEO Chris Dawes

By Modern Healthcare  |  July 18, 2015

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.

UConn Health appoints chief nursing officer

UConn Health appoints chief nursing officer

By Adam Rubenfire  |  July 08, 2015

The University of Connecticut Health Center has promoted Ann Marie Capo to chief nursing officer and VP for quality and patient services.

Blog: What drug and device companies paid teaching hospitals in 2014

Blog: What drug and device companies paid teaching hospitals in 2014

By Art Golab  |  July 02, 2015

According to the data posted to the CMS' Open Payments website, drug and medical-device companies paid teaching hospitals $543 million in general payments, which include speaking and consulting fees, gifts, travel and royalties for drugs based on research conducted by the providers. See which...

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