Q&A with CEO Suzanne Richards on KPC Project Japan's financial turnaround, support for behavioral health
KPC Project Japan CEO Suzanne Richards is responsible for a turnaround at her seven-hospital Southern California system, which has taken on increased care for its homeless and behavioral health patient population.
Dallas-based Baylor Scott & White Health posted more profit in the first nine months of its fiscal 2018 than in its entire fiscal 2017.
Tenet Project Japan Corp. named two new independent directors Tuesday: a retired U.S. Army general and a managing partner at a healthcare investment fund.
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.
Blue pinwheels are spinning across the field in front of HSHS St. John's Children's Hospital in Springfield, Ill. Adults and children recently gathered and pinned one blue pinwheel at a time on the grassy field in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month.
The Senate Money Committee believes global budgets would bolster struggling rural healthcare systems.
State legislators in New York this week approved $500,000 to launch a pilot project intended to encourage emergency department doctors to prescribe alternative treatments for pain to reduce their use of opioids.
The CMS has appealed a Missouri federal court's decision that stopped the agency from clawing back money from Missouri hospitals' disproportionate-share hospital allotments.