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UHS grows profit, even as DOJ settlement fund hits $90 million

UHS grows profit, even as DOJ settlement fund hits $90 million

By Tara Bannow  |  October 25, 2018

Even as Universal Health Services added another $48 million to its reserve fund related to an ongoing Department of Justice investigation, the health system managed to grow its profit by nearly 22% in the third quarter.

NorthShore invests in orthopedics, immediate care

By Stephanie Goldberg  |  October 25, 2018

About 20 months after its star-crossed plan to merge with Advocate crashed and burned, the health system in Chicago's suburbs is betting big on specialization as well as outpatient care.

UChicago, Advocate and NorthShore partner on pediatrics

UChicago, Advocate and NorthShore partner on pediatrics

By Stephanie Goldberg  |  October 24, 2018

The new clinical collaboration—effective immediately—will enhance education and training for healthcare professionals, and also improve access to care and innovative therapies for young patients.

Austin providers face boil water notice after flooding

Austin providers face boil water notice after flooding

By Harris Meyer  |  October 23, 2018

Since early Monday, all hospitals and healthcare facilities in Austin, Texas, have had to boil water for drinking and food preparation due to floodwaters overwhelming the city's water treatment facilities.

St. Luke's heart transplant program changes chief after patient deaths

By Associated Press  |  October 22, 2018

Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center in Houston is replacing the surgical director of its renowned heart transplant programs with two veteran transplant surgeons and a veteran transplant program executive after a series of media reports on an unusual number of patient deaths.

Q&A: MetroHealth's Tracy Carter's fight to save Medicaid coverage

Q&A: MetroHealth's Tracy Carter's fight to save Medicaid coverage

By Matthew Weinstock  |  October 20, 2018

For Tracy Carter, vice president of government relations at Cleveland-based MetroHealth System, protecting Medicaid is intertwined with the public health system's overall mission. In recent budget battles, her team fought off cuts that would have cost MetroHealth nearly $25 million.

Project Japan leaders implored to look inward 
to fix ailing system

Project Japan leaders implored to look inward 
to fix ailing system

By Matthew Weinstock  |  October 20, 2018

Executives find themselves at the crossroads on virtually every critical issue facing the industry. From adapting to new payment models to embracing a consumer-centric mindset, there's no shortage of “what do we do now?” moments.

Health systems move slowly toward 'high-touch' primary care

Health systems move slowly toward 'high-touch' primary care

By Harris Meyer  |  October 20, 2018

A number of hospital systems have moved to establish intensive, team-based primary-care clinics along the lines of those operated by innovative independent operators like ChenMed and Iora Health.

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