HCA-owned East Houston Regional Medical Center will not reopen after the flood damage it sustained from Hurricane Harvey.
Catholic Health Initiatives reported improved financial results in the quarter ended Sept. 30, and officials say the health system is making progress with a turnaround.
HCA will train Meharry Medical College students at HCA's TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center, giving Meharry medical students a more consistent experience.
Healthcare prices rose by just 1.1% year-over-year through September, representing the lowest price growth rate since December 2015.
Wayne County Circuit Court in Michigan ruled Wednesday that University Pediatricians cannot negotiate or sign an affiliation agreement with other universities until March 20, six months after UP gave notice it would terminate its affiliation with Wayne State University.
Patient outcomes don't suffer when surgeons perform critical parts of the procedure and then depart for another underway, according to a new JAMA study.
George Miller Jr., who formerly oversaw a large network of clinics in Texas and was on the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, took over on Nov. 1.
Northeast Ohio is home to a bevy of strong pediatric programs, and Cleveland Clinic's new children's center will be its first free-standing outpatient facility. The renovated facility will unite the clinic's children's primary and specialty outpatient care in one location.
A group of Premier member hospitals are participating in Premier's most recently launched quality improvement collaborative, QUEST® 2020, a program where shared data, insights and best practices enable members to learn from each other and implement quality, efficiency and safety improvements across...
Sanford Health added to its growing international portfolio by acquiring a minority stake in Isar Klinikum, a hospital based in Munich. Sanford plans to work intimately with the German hospital on stem cell therapy.
Scripps Health has revealed its construction plan to update its five hospital campuses, the largest building project the San Diego-based health system has ever undertaken.
Tenet's third quarter operating loss is much higher year-over-year, but adjusted EBITDA is within its outlook range, the company says.