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Trinity's surplus boosted by increased volume, completed integration

By Beth Kutscher  |  November 25, 2014

Trinity Health, the system formerly known as CHE Trinity, reported a first-quarter operating surplus that was 56.8% higher than during the same period in its last fiscal year as it booked higher volume and fewer integration expenses.

Recall management poor at hospitals

Recall management poor at hospitals

By Jaimy Lee  |  November 22, 2014

As the number of medical-device recalls has rapidly increased, so has the complexity of the recalls. That is raising questions about safety and risks for hospitals that mostly still track and locate faulty products manually.

Hospitals' supply costs rising faster than volume

By Beth Kutscher  |  November 22, 2014

For many systems across the country, the expense side of the balance sheet is growing almost as fast as the revenue side, prompting providers to look for new ways to cut costs.

CHE Trinity Health becomes Trinity Health

By Melanie Evans  |  November 22, 2014

The health system created through the 2013 merger of Catholic Health East and Trinity Health announced it will name itself Trinity Health.

CHE Trinity Health's new name: Trinity Health

By Melanie Evans  |  November 19, 2014

The rebranded health system created by the 2013 merger of Catholic Health East and Trinity Health will focus its strategy through 2020 on physician engagement and population health, seeking to leverage its expansive operations.

CHE Trinity seeing cost savings from 2013 merger

By Beth Kutscher  |  October 31, 2014

CHE Trinity marked its first full fiscal year as a merged organization with an earnings report that its chief financial officer said reflects its success in finding synergies and moving toward a value-based payment model.

Reform Update: Anthem's Vivity alliance with seven L.A. systems aims at Kaiser

Reform Update: Anthem's Vivity alliance with seven L.A. systems aims at Kaiser

By Melanie Evans  |  September 17, 2014

News of an unusual joint venture between Anthem Blue Cross and seven Los Angeles health systems signaled new competition for Kaiser Permanente, the integrated health system with one of California's largest insurers. It also underscores the eagerness across the industry to broker novel and riskier...

Providers see little enthusiasm to join Pioneer ACOs

Providers see little enthusiasm to join Pioneer ACOs

By Melanie Evans  |  September 01, 2014

Federal officials are floating the idea of expanding Medicare's Pioneer model for accountable care organizations, but they might struggle to recruit any new participants.

Reform Update: Ascension deals signal new economic reality in healthcare

Reform Update: Ascension deals signal new economic reality in healthcare

By Melanie Evans  |  August 27, 2014

Ascension Health, one of the nation's largest hospital owners, is expanding rapidly with a string of announced deals that its CEO says will grow its reach beyond hospitals to keep pace with rapid Obamacare-induced changes in the marketplace. But notably, Ascension is not on an acquisition spree.

CHE Trinity names new regional leaders

CHE Trinity names new regional leaders

By Bob Herman  |  July 30, 2014

CHE Trinity Health, Livonia, Mich., has appointed two executives to lead the system's regional divisions, effective immediately.

Ascension's Anthony Tersigni on accountability, integrity

Ascension's Anthony Tersigni on accountability, integrity

By Modern Healthcare  |  July 26, 2014

Anthony Tersigni, CEO of St. Louis-based Ascension, talks 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.

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