Northwell Health is poised to open what it's calling the world's largest medical sterilization center. The $80 million facility will clean 22 million instruments per year.
Two winners from the 2018 Healthcare Marketing Impact Awards detail how and why they created campaigns aimed at spurring greater employee and consumer engagement.
Northwell Health has installed a French-born, Michelin-honored chef to oversee all its kitchens and improve food quality.
The Northwell Health offering, slated for next week, is the latest in a series of $1 billion deals that hospital systems have undertaken this year.
Northwell is negotiating a sum close to $300 million for the parcels near its Lenox Hill Hospital, working out to nearly $1,200 per square foot. Only a handful of development sites have traded at such prices—all for high-end residential construction.
Northwell Health chief executive Michael Dowling said the system's decision to disband its insurance company will not hinder its plans to better manage patients' health in order to capture the savings of reduced costs.
After enduring millions in financial losses, Northwell is winding down its CareConnect insurance business and withdrawing from New York's health insurance exchange, where it covers 13,000 members.
UCHealth expands in Denver, Wayne State and Henry Ford contemplate a merger, and other regional news.
Northwell Health CEO Michael Dowling is stepping up the New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based system's investment in startup firms and innovative technologies that are launched in-house. Dave Barkholz, Modern Healthcare's Southern Bureau chief, caught up with Dowling.
Dr. Ram Raju has joined Northwell Health, the largest healthcare provider in the state of New York. Raju, who in November stepped down from his position as president and CEO of NYC Health & Hospitals, will serve as senior vice president and community health investment officer at Northwell.
The approach chosen to tell that story, the birth of the Northwell brand, was a video documenting one of the first births in the New York City area on New Year's Day 2016.
Not-for-profit integrated health systems continued to make money in 2015, but the margins were a lot tighter than the year before, according to a Modern Healthcare analysis of financial filings. In some instances, their operational surpluses were slashed by half or more.