The following hospital and health system executive moves have been reported by Becker’s Hospital Review since Aug. 19:
Cooperstown, N.Y.-based Bassett Medical Center has received an $82 million donation from the Scriven Foundation.
The government is boosting funding for enrollment counselors, which plummeted during President Donald Trump’s term in office.
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Randy Neiswonger, MSN, was named the new CEO of Community Hospital in Munster, Ind.
Charleston, S.C.-based MUSC Black River Medical Center is building a new hospital, WMBF reported Aug. 25.
Six recent chief medical and nursing officer moves at hospitals and health systems Becker’s has covered since Aug. 19:
New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System has received $11.6 million from the New York City Economic Development Corporation.
Valparaiso, Ind.-based Northwest Health named Scott Ellis, DNP, RN, the new chief nursing officer of its La Porte and Starke hospitals, NWI.Life reported Aug. 25.
Watson-Marlow and Franz Ziel GmbH have launched a new integrated solution to fast-track cell, gene, and biological therapies.
Julie Morton, BSN, RN, chief nursing officer of Dunkirk, N.Y.-based Brooks-TLC Hospital System, was promoted to include the COO title.
CVS Health will invest $10.5 million to build 50 supportive housing units in Cleveland as part of its commitment to addressing health equity.
Academic journals will be required to provide immediate access to taxpayer-supported papers for free under updated guidance issued by the White House.
The biotech claims its rivals’ vaccine Comirnaty, one of the world’s top-selling pharmaceutical products, infringes on two patents covering its messenger RNA technology.
Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine’s health-tech accelerator went from being an experiment that paired theories from startups with expertise from clinicians to getting health-tech startups awarded more […]
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The following executive moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker’s since Aug. 19.
Moderna filed a lawsuit Aug. 26 accusing Pfizer-BioNTech of using Moderna’s patented mRNA technology for COVID-19 vaccines, according to court documents.
ChargePoint Technology has acquired single-use container company PuroVaso.
There are early signs monkeypox cases may be peaking in Chicago, New York City and San Francisco, according to health officials.
Vancouver, Wash.-based PeaceHealth named Anne Rassmussen system vice president and chief development officer, according to an Aug. 25 news release.
Credit rating downgrades for several hospitals and health systems were tied to capital expenditures and cash flow issues in recent months.
Johnson City, Tenn.-based Ballad Health selected multiple executives for hospital leadership roles and regional nursing positions, according to an Aug. 25 news release.
Patients given a combination “polypill” after a heart attack were more likely to stick to their regimens, researchers reported.
The lawsuit, filed Friday, alleges that the companies’ Covid vaccine violated Moderna’s mRNA patents.
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Forbes released its “America’s Best Employers by State” list Aug. 24, and 262 hospitals and health systems made the cut.
David Weis was appointed president and CEO of AdventHealth Daytona Beach (Fla.), part of Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based AdventHealth.
Long COVID-19 is keeping between 2 million to 4 million Americans out of work, according to an Aug. 24 report from the Brookings Institute.
Medi-Cal, the largest Medicaid program, covers approximately 14.6 million low-income Californians.
Berkeley Heights, N.J.-based Summit Health appointed Amy Smith as chief people officer.
West Reading, Pa.-based Tower Health has named Michael Stern COO, effective Sept. 19.
The agency proposed halting the model in April, saying it needed more time to iron out details with industry groups.
South Shore University Hospital in Bay Shore, N.Y., has integrated artificial intelligence into its colonoscopy screenings to improve the detection of colon cancer.
The insurer allegedly exaggerated the illnesses of its Medicare Advantage members to obtain higher payments from the federal government.
Too many patients face high out-of-pocket costs for brand medicines, even when they have insurance.
States that do this can improve staffing and outcomes for patients in nursing facilities. Some states, like California and Illinois, have already implemented similar initiatives.
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Researchers said the results offered promise to the millions of Americans with alcohol use disorder.
The drug, touted as a potential blockbuster drug for the German pharmaceutical firm, will be sold under the brand name Kerendia in India.
India’s drug pricing authority has brought two key anti-diabetic drugs – Sitagliptin-Metformin combination and Linagliptin-Metformin combination – under price control. For a 2.5 mg Linagliptin-metformin […]
Cleveland Clinic’s pediatric and neuroradiologists will now be available 24-7 to Children’s Hospital New Orleans providers through a new teleradiology partnership.
Specialty drugs reportedly reached 50 percent of all drug spending in 2020, a figure that has increased significantly over the last decade.
Nurses at University of Wisconsin Health in Madison have voted to strike in September if their union is not recognized.
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Centene reserved $1.25B to settle allegations its former pharmacy benefit manager division inflated prescription drug prices.
Nancy Susick, RN, was named Southfield, Mich.-based Beaumont Health’s new COO for acute and post-acute services.
Fulton, Mo.-based Callaway Community Hospital may not reopen by a Sept. 21 deadline, according to an Aug. 24 report from ABC affiliate KMIZ.
The National Institutes of Health grant to AVM Biotechnology will be used to evaluate a drug to treat non-Hodgkinâs lymphoma combined with standard of care.
The University of Missouri in Columbia, Mo., is planning to open a new children’s hospital, the Columbia Missourian reported Aug. 25.
Patty Bedard, head of executive development at Amazon, left the company to join healthcare workforce marketplace platform CareRev.
Here are six heart center openings since July 28:
Matthew Walsh serves as executive vice president and COO at Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger.
Johnson & Johnson has named former CVS president and CEO Larry Merlo a non-executive chair designate for its new consumer health company.
Press Ganey has named Nicole George, MSN, RN, head of its new nursing center of excellence.
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The pharmaceutical company and the artificial intelligence pathology specialist will focus on translational research in oncology, fibrosis, and immunology.
Thirty-one residents were evacuated in school buses from the Peach Tree Village assisted living facility in Brandon, Miss. due to flooding, CNN reported Aug. 24.
A federal court judge has refused to dismiss a securities fraud class-action lawsuit against Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems, according to Bloomberg Law.
A federal judge temporarily blocked a portion of an Idaho law that would criminalize medical professionals who performed abortions in medical emergencies.
Pittsburgh-based St. Clair Health has selected R1 RCM to serve as its primary end-to-end revenue cycle management provider for the next 10 years.
Amazon said it plans to cease operations of its Amazon Care service after Dec. 31.
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In 2019, there were over 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, representing one in every 14 people aged 65 and over
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