Keyword: Anthony Tersigni
St. Louis-based healthcare giant Ascension announced a handful of leadership changes including new chief financial and chief operating officers.
Anthony Tersigni, CEO of Catholic healthcare giant Ascension, will retire at the end of the year, officials announced on Thursday.
The CEOs of some of the country's largest nonprofit health systems earned millions—even as hospitals' spending on charity care is on the decline.
Baltimore hospitals sign on to help fight the opioid crisis, the NIH's All of Us program is ready to launch, plus more healthcare and hospitals news.
Ascension and Providence St. Joseph Health have halted merger talks as Ascension embarks on a new strategic direction.
A Wall Street Journal report shows a high percentage of tax-exempt hospital executives earn seven-figure pay packages.
Ascension and Presence Health have completed their merger, one of many superdeals pending among Catholic providers.
Ascension is entering the next phase of its journey to rebrand its hospitals, this time focusing on six new health system markets.
As Republican senators gear up for another stab at passing the party’s healthcare bill, healthcare CEOs are coming out against the legislation.
Ascension will unite its hospitals under the Ascension brand name and this week launched a campaign to promote the move.