Prime Healthcare Services is suing California Attorney General Kamala Harris over the hefty conditions that she imposed on the proposed sale of Daughters of Charity Health System.
Terry Carroll has left his position as chief innovation officer at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, N.H., to “pursue other interests,” a spokesman said.
Kirk Adams, the longtime healthcare chief for the Service Employees International Union, is leaving that role to join the Healthcare Education Project, a joint effort of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East and the Greater New York Hospital Association.
Daughters of Charity Health System, the six-hospital organization that has been struggling to stay solvent, last week entered into a deal with private equity firm BlueMountain Capital Management that will provide a $250 million capital injection.
The Daughters of Charity Health System in Northern California is seeing new interest from potential suitors after Prime Healthcare Services walked away from its controversial deal to acquire the six-hospital system.
Daughters of Charity Health System is suing one of the most vocal critics of its high-profile sale to Prime Healthcare Services.
Prime Healthcare Services and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan have taken a step back from their ongoing legal feuds and agreed to dismiss lawsuits against each other and go to binding arbitration.
More than 8,000 unionized nursing home employees in New York City and on Long Island have given the OK for a possible strike, as contract talks continue.
Roughly 2,600 Kaiser Permanente mental-health employees, upset by what they allege is chronic understaffing of mental health clinics, next Monday plan to launch a weeklong strike in California.
The chief experience officer, a new C-suite role charged with reducing patients' frustration with hospital care (“Quality quarterback,” Dec. 15, p. 27) is a welcome and logical approach for addressing...
State politicians have ramped up pressure on California Attorney General Kamala Harris to block the sale of the Daughters of Charity Health System to for-profit Prime Healthcare Services.
Twenty-six Pennsylvania state health centers must remain open, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled Thursday, reversing a lower court's decision that allowed the state to move forward with shuttering them.