Kevin Lynch comes to the nation's largest public health system from Los Angeles County, where he was the CIO for the Department of Health Services.
NYC Health & Hospitals is taking drastic measures to account for the delay of a $380 million payment that it expected to receive from the state in return for treating large numbers of Medicaid and uninsured patients.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said if Congress doesn't restore disproportionate-share hospital payments by the end of the year, the state Legislature may have to convene for a special session. The state is holding onto the funds until it can determine an equitable way to distribute the money.
NYC Health & Hospitals has yet to receive $380 million in DSH payments for this fiscal year that are apparently caught up in red tape. The nation's largest public health system warns the funding delay has created a "serious" financial situation.
Dr. Mitchell Katz, a Brooklyn native who currently heads up the Los Angeles County Health Agency, faces daunting financial challenges if he's confirmed to lead New York's 11-hospital municipal health system.
William Brown has taken over as CEO at NYC Health & Hospitals Coney Island, replacing Anthony Rajkumar, who resigned, the health system announced Monday.
The largest public healthcare system in the country has faced growing losses in the fiscal year. NYC Health & Hospitals interim President and CEO Stanley Brezenoff says the layoffs will "help build a stronger, more agile and more stable public healthcare delivery system."
The largest public healthcare system in the country has faced growing losses in the fiscal year. NYC Health & Hospitals' interim president and CEO Stanley Brezenoff says the layoffs will "help build a stronger, more agile and more stable public healthcare delivery system."
The New York mayor's turnaround plan for the public health system relies on uncertain government payments, according to a new report
New York City Health & Hospitals reported a $776 million operating loss for the first half of fiscal 2017, according to unaudited financial statements.
NYC Health & Hospitals/Jacobi in the Bronx has seen three top executives vacate their positions in recent weeks, a health system spokesman confirmed in response to a Crain's inquiry.
Dr. Ram Raju, the head of New York City's public hospital system, is stepping down from the helm of the financially challenged system effective Nov. 30.