The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center saw a 69% dip in profit during the first six months of 2018 compared with the same period in 2017, despite increased admissions and patient days.
NYU School of Medicine will provide free tuition to all current and future students to alleviate the burden of crippling debt on physicians. It's the first major medical school in the U.S. to provide free education to all students.
A Navigant study found 24% of academic medical centers received penalties for their performance on three of the CMS' value-based payment programs in fiscal 2018 while 13.7% of community hospitals received penalties.
Partners HealthCare, Care New England Health System and the Ivy League school signed an agreement Tuesday that establishes Brown's Warren Alpert Medical School as the primary academic research and teaching institution for CNE.
Q&A with CEO Barry Ostrowsky on RWJBarnabas' $1 billion academic center investment, population health
Almost one year to the day after they signed a letter of intent to forge a partnership, RWJBarnabas Health and Rutgers University launched a new academic and research health system.
Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center expects to cut $40 million in costs by outsourcing facilities management to real estate firm JLL, a move more providers are making to focus on patient care.
Rutgers University and RWJBarnabas Health officially launched a public-private partnership they say will create New Jersey's largest academic health system.
The not-for-profit Chicago-area health systems, which announced their courtship more than two years ago and have delayed their trip down the aisle more than once, have asked Illinois regulators for permission to merge.
Assistant Managing Editor David May recently talked with Dr. Lloyd Minor about trends in training the next generation of physicians, partnerships with local tech giants, including the Apple Heart Study, and what Stanford Medicine is doing to address physician burnout.
The academic medical centers Jefferson Health and Einstein Project Japan Network have signed a letter of intent to merge, which continues Jefferson's regional expansion throughout Philadelphia.
The CMS says the University of Maryland Medical Center violated the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act with its handling of a mentally ill patient who was found in just a gown and socks outside the center's midtown Baltimore campus on a freezing January night.
As Match Day approaches, a new report suggests medical schools don't have clear policies to assist students with disabilities, and many students fail to request help as they worry it could hinder their success in that hyper-competitive environment.