The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes and shifts in the pharmaceutical industry, specifically with how pharmaceutical companies develop vaccines.
Topical eye treatments can be beneficial for patients with a growing array of eye diseases, but only if taken appropriately.
Efforts to optimize the delivery of sensitive biotherapeutics continue to evolve.
Shifting guidance and the growing prominence of computer software assurance exemplify the state of computer software validation.
Although the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the nursing profession will expand by 6 percent by 2031, the nation currently faces a shortage.
Tech workers are in demand, and some of the top health systems have openings for IT talent.
Here are seven hospital and health system COO moves that have been reported by Becker’s since Jan. 19:
The following hospital and health system human resources executives have recently been named to new roles:
Strong hires are the special ingredient in Fortune‘s most admired companies, according to Korn Ferry.
A specific cytokine biomarker may be key to identifying any emerging infectious pathogens, researchers at the Yale School of Medicine found in a study.
The Orange County Health Facilities Authority is selling $300 million worth of bonds on behalf of Orlando (Fla.) Health, according to a Feb. 2 filing.
Nannette Berensen fills the vacancy created when Rob Allen rose from chief operating officer to president and CEO in December.
Toby Cosgrove, MD, former resident and CEO of Cleveland Clinic, is joining the home-based care company Tomorrow Health as an advisory board member.
Marisela Marrero, MD, was named senior vice president for healthcare equity and diversity, equity, and inclusion for Dallas-based Steward Health Care’s national system.
The median operating margin for Alabama hospitals declined 79% from 2019 to 2022. Rural providers are especially vulnerable.
Rumford (Maine) Hospital is closing its maternity program March 31 after 97 years in service.
Yale researchers found a machine-learning program could predict which physicians would leave the job and identified four variables that lead to high departure risk.
With more than 350 languages spoken in the U.S., finding qualified individuals to interpret in healthcare settings is a challenge.
Below are six hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CIOs, cybersecurity specialists and IT talent.
South Bend, Ind.-based Beacon Health System is partnering with digital care company Biofourmis to roll out a cardiac post-discharge remote monitoring program.
Durham, N.C.-Duke Health is creating the Algorithim-Based Clinical Decision Support Oversight Committee to provide guidance and overview of predictive artificial intelligence algorithms in healthcare, WRAL […]
Cincinnati-based TriHealth is leasing a 6,400-square-foot property right across from a planned Mercy Health hospital, according to a Feb. 2 Cincinnati Business Courier report.
Bolivar (Tenn.) General Hospital and its CEO Ruby Kirby have received the American Hospital Association’s Rural Hospital Leadership Team Award.
Paul Korth will retire as CEO of Cookeville (Tenn.) Regional Medical Center after serving a decade in the role.
Nannette Berensen, PharmD, has been tapped to serve as the new COO of Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Health.
Grand Junction, Colo.-based Saint Mary’s Hospital is opening a $52.8 million laboratory, ABC affiliate KJCT8 reported Feb. 1.
Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health, has launched its first-ever brand marketing campaign, “We See All of You.”
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Renton, Wash.-based Providence has a venture capital arm that targets early- to late-stage investments in health IT/digital health/tech-enabled services, medical devices and diagnostics.
Below are five health systems that launched a new Meditech EHR system or announced plans to do so since Jan. 18:
Seven New Jersey health systems are partnering with digital health company Wildflower Health to boost maternity care in the state.
Dennis Laraway has served as CFO at Phoenix-based Banner Health since 2017.
Liberty (Mo.) Hospital tapped Dr. Chakshu Gupta as chief medical officer.
What You Should Know: – Today, Wildflower Health and the Healthcare Transformation Consortium (HTC), a collaborative of independent health systems in New Jersey, announced a new partnership to launch […]
What You Should Know: – Today, Accenture announced it has acquired Bionest, a strategy and consulting firm dedicated to addressing complex strategic decisions for leading biopharma organizations across […]
St. Augustine, Fla.-based Flagler Health+ plans to join UF Health, the University of Florida’s academic health center, in 2023.
Harmonization of global regulations fosters innovation and ensures quality medicines.
A Congressional probe of FDA’s approval of Alzheimer’s treatment targets the agency’s interactions with drug manufacturers.
Cleveland Clinic has tapped Dennis Laraway as its new CFO.
Hartford (Conn.) HealthCare reported positive operating net income of $60.7 million in fiscal 2022 even as its overall income dipped amid losses on investment values.
Instead of studying the connection between hospital staffing shortages and patient outcomes and satisfaction, it’s time to implement effective strategies that focus on solutions.
At least three Austin, Texas-area hospitals are working through power outages as the region continues to be hit by a severe ice storm.
Alphabet’s Verily has partnered with Tokyo-based pharmaceutical company Otsuka Pharmaceuticals on a trial for a new antidepressant.
Valentine, Neb.-based Cherry County Hospital and Clinics has chosen Meditech Expanse for its EHR.
Kaiser Permanente Ventures and Cigna Ventures participated in a $34 million funding round for NOCD, a company that offers virtual treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Larry Gray will retire later this year as president of Baptist Health Louisville (Ky.).
Salisbury, Md.-based TidalHealth had a debt rating outlook revised from stable to negative as the healthcare system continues to navigate operating losses, S&P Global said.
Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, N.J., has appointed Vasantha Kondamudi, MD, as chief medical officer, effective Jan. 30, according to NJ Advance Media.
The Federal Reserve has raised its benchmark interest rate by 0.25 percent and indicated that more increases could be coming before it drops the rates.
At least three states have taken disciplinary action against nurses who allegedly purchased fraudulent degree documents through a recently uncovered scheme.
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Norton Healthcare in Louisville, Ky., plans to require all patients, employees and visitors to wear masks beginning Feb. 3, ABC affiliate WHAS reported Feb. 1.
Matt Elsey has been appointed executive vice president and CFO of Greenville, S.C.-based, Prisma Health, an 18-hospital system.
This new pioneering phase of mRNA is loaded with potential, but also obstacles and false dawns.
ROSS’ Dual Shaft Mixers can batch dispersions, suspensions, and emulsions with viscosities up to several hundred thousand centipoise.
The BioProfile FAST CDV is a fully automated viable cell density and viability analyzer.
Bio-Rad Laboratories’ EconoFit Column Packs provide resin screening for customers developing protein purification workflows.
A menagerie of earnings calls this week showed where the Big Pharma players stand in 2023.
The FTC and DOJ are heightening antitrust enforcement, and pharma deals are a prime target.
Thermo Fisher Scientific’s QualTrak is tailored for biologics development.
The restraint to not target solely the major disease groups has provided good proportion and balance for our industry.
The central focus of the agreement is to establish peptide hits from selected library populations
Boost concerns rapid deployment of novel detection reagents for testing in low to middle-income countries
Shots: Baxter collaborated with Miromatrix to help advance bioengineered replacement organs for patients suffering from acute liver failure Miromatrix’s liver replacement therapy, miroliverELAP combines Miromatrix’s […]
New research has found some antidepressants may be effective in treating certain chronic pain conditions, but others lack convincing evidence on their effectiveness.
The notice also included risk adjustment revisions and CMS’ plan to implement the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
Charles City, Iowa-based Floyd County Medical Center employed health IT company Healthcare Triangle to accelerate its Meditech EHR implementation.
Patrick Woodard, MD, has joined Rapid City, S.D.-based Monument Health as chief health care information officer.
Bayer and EMD Serono will restrict the sale of 340B drugs delivered through contract pharmacies. Other drug manufacturers may add limitations.
New Orleans-based Ochsner Health has named Thomas Rhodes chief operating officer of its River Region.
America’s Essential Hospitals has named 17 rising female hospital leaders from 13 health systems to its 2023 Essential Women’s Leadership Academy class.
Mercy Health-Springfield (Ohio) is looking to build a 50-unit employee housing complex on an old Mercy Hospital site, NPR affiliate WVXU reported Feb. 1.
Despite a slowdown in digital health investing, venture capital firms and health system venture arms continue to pour money into promising ideas.
Originally known for their sports prowess, many athletes are starting to flex their investment skills and some are targeting digital health.
Steven Varga, PhD, is the new dean of Memphis, Tenn.-based St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Another pharmaceutical company plans to restrict 340B drug discounts to community pharmacies, nonprofit organization 340B Health said Feb. 1.
Duarte, Calif.-based City of Hope is renaming its subsidiary, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, to the City of Hope brand.
Below is a list of five hospitals and health systems that rolled out or announced new telehealth services since Jan. 17:
The Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center published a brief Jan. 31 warning healthcare organizations about the three vulnerabilities associated with an older version of OpenEMR.
Tioga (N.D.) Medical Center has named Jamie Eraas its new CEO.
Any deviations from the recommendations in this guideline may be acceptable if appropriate scientific justification is provided.
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FDA granted accelerated approval to Eli Lilly and Company’s pirtobrutinib for treatment of relapsed or refractory mantle cell lymphoma.
FDA approved Stemline Therapeutics’ elacestrant for postmenopausal women or adult men with ER-positive, HER2-negative, ESR1-mutated advanced or metastatic breast cancer.
Humana profits declined 4.5% to $2.8 billion in 2022, the company reported Wednesday.
Charleston, W.V.-based Vandalia Health, a health system created by the merger of two West Virginia systems, has named a CIO and chief technology officer.
Mount Airy, N.C.-based Northern Regional Hospital is experimenting with on-demand pay benefits for employees as part of its recruitment and retention efforts.
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Overland Park, Kan.-based HCA Midwest Health has named Miah Stutts as its new CFO.
The popular drug discount app deceptively shared details on users’ illnesses and medicines with ad firms, regulators said in a legal complaint.
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The latest lawsuit focuses on boosted fees that both parties must pay for arbitration to solve billing disputes between providers and payers.
Aluna, an artificial intelligence-powered lung health platform, raised $15.3 million in a series B financing round.