Sandra Bruce will retire as president and CEO of Presence Health, roles she has held since the Chicago-based system was created through the November 2011 merger of Provena Health and Resurrection Health Care.
Sandra Bruce, president and CEO of Presence Health, will retire at year-end after leading the Chicago-based health system since it was formed through a 2011 merger.
Sandra Bruce, president and CEO of Presence Health, discusses the challenge of merging cultures, increasing diversity in her system's executive ranks, continuous performance improvement and the economic impact of reducing inpatient hospital capacity on communities.
Richard Evans has been named senior VP, corporate comptroller and principal accounting officer at Accretive Health, a Chicago-based revenue cycle-management company.
A widely supported bill to let Washington State University open a medical school in Spokane hit a snag when a Seattle lawmaker asked the school to promise that it would not limit teaching on reproductive health or end-of-life care because of its partnerships with religious hospitals.
Early in his career, Kevin Lofton's mentor saw more ahead for his young hospital executive protégé than Lofton imagined for himself.
Larry Anstine, CEO of University Hospital at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, will retire in March, and other news makers
Larry Anstine, CEO of University Hospital at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, will retire in March after more than 25 years with OSU in Columbus.
Rev. Dennis Holtschneider, 52, has been named board chairman for St. Louis-based Ascension, the nation's largest Catholic health system and the largest U.S. private not-for-profit health system.
Trinity Health will add three-hospital St. Francis Care to its portfolio to expand its footprint in New England.
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...
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.