California hospitals, though exempt from the state's aggressive water restrictions, are reducing their nonessential water use as a severe drought stretches on and threatens much of the West.
The U.S. Supreme Court last week denied ProMedica's request to review a ruling that found the Ohio health system's 2010 hospital acquisition violated antitrust laws.
Kindred Healthcare and Dignity Health have agreed to build a 50-bed rehabilitation hospital in Chandler, Ariz. through a joint venture.
Kindred Health and Dignity Health have agreed to build a 50-bed rehabilitation hospital in Chandler, Ariz., through a joint venture.
Henry Ford Health System hits triple digits this year, turning 100 years old. The Detroit Historical Museum is marking the anniversary with a special exhibit exploring the system's 10 decades of history, beginning with its origins in the Detroit General Hospital Association.
An Illinois state regulatory board has voted unanimously to approve plans to build a new hospital in O'Fallon, capping a nearly eight-month battle between two Belleville hospitals.
The Veterans Affairs Department expects to spend about $340 million to buy medical equipment and train staff for its new Denver hospital, on top of the estimated $1.73 billion to build the facility, officials said Saturday.
Los Angeles County isn't giving all hospitals their fair share of property tax dollars meant to help expand trauma centers, an area hospital alleged in a claim filed last week against the county and its board of supervisors.
The Veterans Affairs Department has requested an additional $830 million to complete construction of its new 12-building hospital complex in Aurora, Colo. But members of the House Veterans' Affairs Committee said any new appropriation would need to be linked to reforms that ensure that the huge...
A House panel is expected to give a chilly reception Wednesday to Veterans Affairs Department officials who will ask for $830 million in additional funding to finish building a delayed, over-budget hospital project in Aurora, Colo.
Baylor Scott & White Health plans to issue $550 million in taxable bonds that will be used for constructing new facilities as well as refinancing older debt. The bonds are expected to be sold next week.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has taken over management of a Veterans Affairs Department hospital construction project in Aurora, Colo., the VA announced this week.