The University of Michigan Health System has joined Together Health Network as a referral provider for complex, or quaternary, healthcare services. Formed in 2014, Together Health is a clinically integrated network that includes more than 25 hospitals and 5,000 physicians across Michigan.
Dr. Redonda Miller is the first female president of Johns Hopkins Hospital, the flagship of Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Health System. She begins her new role July 1.
California health inspectors dispatched to two Los Angeles hospitals following "superbug" outbreaks involving a hard-to-clean medical scope found numerous safety violations that appeared to put more patients at risk, according to a newspaper report.
The University of Connecticut opened its new 11-floor, 38,000-square foot hospital tower.
Kimberly Russo has been named CEO at George Washington University Hospital, effective June 3.
Miller, 49, will become the first female president in Johns Hopkins' history when she takes the reins on July 1, according to a release. She replaces Ronald Peterson, who had been at the helm for 19 years.
Illinois regulators approved University of Chicago Medicine's nearly $270 million campus expansion that includes a trauma center. The decision caps a relentless campaign among activists who long have called for such a specialized service in an area wracked by violence and health disparities.
State regulators are slated to vote today on University of Chicago Medicine's nearly $270 million expansion that includes an adult trauma center activists have long called for.
George Washington University Hospital announced Friday CEO Barry Wolfman resigned and will be replaced by Kim Russo, the hospital's chief operating officer, starting June 3.
HonorHealth is one of a number of health systems investing in genomics and personalized medicine as the next frontier in healthcare. As providers are tasked with keeping people healthy through risk-based payment contracts, they're seeking new ways to target patients who need early intervention.
It's a tough feat keeping track of people unnecessarily racking up mileage in the ER or making sure they take their medications on time. But if Rush Health in Chicago can hit certain quality measures and cut medical costs while doing so, they can essentially get a financial bonus from Cigna.
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...