WASHINGTON — The top official at the Department of Veterans Affairs said he wants private-sector providers to play a larger role in veterans’ health care, a view likely to draw opposition for a Trump cabinet member who has enjoyed rare bipartisan support.
The Baltimore Sun / Columbia Flier, November 3, 2017
County officials have been consumed in recent months by concerns over how public infrastructures like roads and schools can keep pace with population growth, leaving some residents and officials to ask: what about the hospital?
High costs and inconsistent quality have plagued healthcare for too long. Three trends – systemic, economic and transformative – are influencing the industry’s move toward more proactive community based, coordinated population health management.
While the number of acquisitions dropped in the third quarter, there were some sizable deals, led by the merger of UPMC and PinnacleHealth. Private equity firms acquired six physician practices in the quarter.
Johns Hopkins is one of several mostly large academic medical institutions in the United States launching overseas ventures that go beyond the philanthropic and educational involvement hospitals traditionally have pursued in other countries. The new expansions are...
Knox Singleton envisions a time when health care is more focused on prevention than treatment. When genes will accurately predict illness and doctors are incentivized to keep patients well. But after 35 years building a multilayered health-care system in Northern...
BJC HealthCare told the Boone Hospital Center Board of Trustees last year that BJC is no longer the best option for managing the hospital and that trustees should pursue a partnership with MU Health Care.