Catholic Health System, a three-hospital group in Buffalo, N.Y., more than doubled its operating surplus for the nine-month period ended Sept. 30, compared with the same period last year.
The nation's Roman Catholic bishops voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to pursue revising directives that guide how Catholic health systems merge, acquire or partner with non-Catholic healthcare providers. While the decision's implications for future such partnerships is unclear, the vote has raised...
Daughters of Charity Health System last week officially chose for-profit Prime Healthcare Services as the buyer for its six California hospitals.
Ascension Health, the largest Catholic healthcare provider in the U.S., reported a higher operating margin as it treated significantly more patients in its fiscal 2014, which ended June 30.
Responding to pressure from the American Civil Liberties Union, Providence Health & Services has agreed to modify the provisions of a partnership agreement with Washington State University to lift restrictions on healthcare services that are contrary to Catholic religious doctrine at a new teaching...
Catholic Health Initiatives continues to expand its brand across the Great Plains as it inks deals with several local healthcare organizations.
CHE Trinity Health, Livonia, Mich., has appointed two executives to lead the system's regional divisions, effective immediately.
Anthony Tersigni, CEO of St. Louis-based Ascension, talks with Modern Healthcare Managing Editor Harris Meyer about his system's recent integrated delivery partnership with CHE Trinity Health, its growth strategy, his management style, and issues related to Catholic healthcare doctrine.
A large Ohio-based healthcare organization joins a host of hospitals and health systems that have been hoping to encapsulate the right combination of branding, familiarity and patient care in a new name.
Alan Yordy has assumed his role as board chairman of the Catholic Health Association of the United States for fiscal 2014-15.
A distressed, not-for-profit health system in Providence, R.I., has forged a new identity with an out-of-state, for-profit company.
Catholic Health Initiatives, Englewood, Colo., announced a letter of intent to acquire Sylvania Franciscan Health, a six-hospital system based in Toledo, Ohio.