Keyword: Care New England Health System
UNC Health Care and Carolinas HealthCare System have signed a letter of intent to merge into one of the nation’s largest nonprofit providers.
Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School has created a new partnership with six medical practices in Rhode Island.
Partners HealthCare, the largest hospital network in Massachusetts, is finally showing a profit after a year of losses but has unveiled plans to cut $600 million in costs over the next three years.
Squeezed budgets and regulatory uncertainty are pushing a number of hospitals across the country to cut back on staff.
Healthcare “merger-mania” continued at a breakneck pace in the first quarter of 2017, as Partners and Care New England make a deal.
Yale New Haven Hospital and Hackensack University are among 32 groups that will test a model aiming to bridge the gap between clinical and community providers.
Hospitals worry that the new approaches they've developed to improve patient care may be in jeopardy if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.
More than 25 million patient records were compromised as of October. In November, there were 57 new health data breaches—the most in any month this year.
The HHS Office for Civil Rights announced it has reached a $2.14 million settlement with Irvine, California-based St. Joseph Health over potential HIPAA violations.
OCR's latest settlement, with Rhode Island-based Care New England Health System is a reminder of the importance of updating business associate agreements.