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Presbyterian Healthcare Services is notifying 183,000 patients and health plan members that their protected health information may have been exposed.
Payer-provider collaboration is central to advancing evidence-based care, according to a new report.
A new population health fellowship launched by Presbyterian Healthcare Services embeds doctors part-time into community initiatives.
In an unusual move, Baylor Scott & White will create a new Office of the President position instead of having James Hinton continue to serve as both president and CEO of the organization.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services is using its expertise to help other providers establish effective palliative care programs.
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.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is at the forefront of healthcare innovation, and the system’s CEO says much of what has worked at Presbyterian can be replicated elsewhere.
Health plans have helped chip away at the problem of food insecurity by working with their communities and providers to connect individuals to healthy food options.