Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue, Wash., will invest $242 million to build a cancer center and develop new healthcare services.
A federal appeals court has upheld Virginia's certificate-of-need law despite arguments from two doctors who allege the statute is unconstitutional.
Tallahassee (Fla.) Memorial Healthcare has partnered with Wolfson Children's Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla., a Baptist Health facility, to expand pediatric services in the region. The move exemplifies a growing trend of providers joining forces to develop regional expansion strategies for children.
Palos Community Hospital wants to overhaul its Orland Park, Ill., campus, a project that would include a new medical office building and heat up competition for patients in the area.
Congress is likely to take up a measure in the new year that would exempt hospital outpatient departments currently under construction from a “site-neutral” Medicare payment provision, which made it into the two-year budget deal in October that avoided a potential default on the...
Hospitals borrowed 50% more from long-term investors this year than in 2014, as potential savings from refinancing drew not-for-profit hospitals into the market, new data show.
The U.S. Army took possession in July of a new hospital at Fort Riley in Kansas, a project put on the fast track after its 2009 groundbreaking to replace Irwin Army Community Hospital, the oldest Army hospital in the nation.
All Children's Hospital, a Johns Hopkins Medicine facility in St. Petersburg, Fla., recently broke ground on a research and education building focused on pediatric care. All Children's hosts hundreds of research studies that aim to understand chronic and acute health conditions and develop tailored...
Anthony Spezia, 66, is retiring from President and CEO of Covenant Health, Knoxville, Tenn., effective April 1. He will be succeeded by Jim VanderSteeg, executive VP of operations.
Some say the growth in trauma centers reflects an increase in trauma cases and population booms, but financial incentives have clearly been a factor as a greater share of patients are now insured. If the growth leads to overcapacity, it could be problematic for patient care and hospitals' finances.
Chicago's Rush University Medical Center is planning to build a $500 million outpatient center just east of its main hospital tower, reining in care that is currently strewn across the hospital system's Near West Side campus.
Like many systems, Englewood, Colo.-based Centura Health is turning to retail-oriented healthcare to offer more convenient, accessible care.