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Web Exclusive: Former Danbury Hospital CFO indicted on fraud charges
DANBURY -- A federal grand jury in Hartford on Wednesday indicted William Roe, 56, the former treasurer and chief...
Web Exclusive: Former Moses Taylor CFO arrested on federal fraud charges in Connecticut
Mr. Roe, the former vice president of finance at Moses Taylor Healthcare System, was arrested Aug. 17 on a two-count...
Web Exclusive: A CFO's Worst Nightmare? Seeing Red.
More than a few hospitals have found their finances in critical condition over the last couple of years. Here's how one...
Despite Shrinking Budgets, Hospitals Maintain Infection Control Funding
A survey of 200 senior U.S. hospital officials found that in the face of sometimes severe budget constraints...
HTA Pays $20.5M for Medical Office Buildings in Two States
Healthcare Trust of America, Inc., paid $20.5 million for three medical office buildings in San Angelo, and Corsicana...
Big hospitals flush with cash despite industry's dire warnings
If you listen to hospital lobbyists in Washington, the industry teeters on the brink of financial ruin, depending on...
Donors Shift Giving Patterns in Rough Economy
Businesses and individual donors hit hard by the recession have shifted charitable giving patterns to longer-term...
St. Luke's Hospital considers merger as losses rise
Maumee, OH-based St. Luke's Hospital is considering merging with another local hospital group—most notably Mercy...
Census: Revenue Gap Between Ambulatory Services, Hospitals is Widening
For the third straight year, ambulatory healthcare services generated more revenues than did hospitals, and that...
AHA: Hospitals' Profits Plunge in 2008
The nation's 5,010 nonfederal community hospitals saw profits fall to $17 billion in recession-wracked 2008, thanks in...
Book: The Healthcare Executive's Guide to Urgent Care Centers and Freestanding EDs
One in five Americans lacks adequate access to primary care physicians and even those patients with insurance and a...