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Chicago Tribune

There's a medical 'land grab' underway as hospitals try to get larger
Chicago Tribune
Two large, non-profit Catholic hospital chains are discussing a possible merger, according to the Wall Street Journal. If a deal is struck, it would create the largest hospital system in the country, reflecting an ongoing wave of consolidation in the ...
Hospital megamergers may lower overhead, but at what cost?Crain's Detroit Business
Hospital Consolidation Is No PanaceaBloomberg
Ascension and Providence St. Joseph in Talks to Form US 's Largest Hospital OperatorFortune
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New York Post

Prominent surgeon lost hospital privileges days before apparent suicide
New York Post
A prominent Manhattan surgeon – best known for treating Bono – had been stripped of his privileges to practice at New York-Presbyterian Hospital just days before his apparent suicide, a law enforcement source told The Post. Dr. Dean Lorich was told ...

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Forbes

Catholic Hospital Mega-Deals Pressure For-Profits Like Tenet And HCA
Forbes
The more than 300 Catholic hospitals involved in these deals mean fewer acquisition targets for HCA, Tenet, Community and other for-profits. These investor-owned giants are already seeing their hospital admissions deteriorate in the move to value-based ...



Syracuse.com

Crouse teams up with three Northern New York hospitals
Syracuse.com
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Crouse Hospital is affiliating with three small Northern New York hospitals in a partnership designed to improve patient care in the North Country. Crouse is joining forces with Carthage Area Hospital in Carthage, Claxton-Hepburn ...

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Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas shooting survivor walks out of rehab hospital
Las Vegas Review-Journal
WASHINGTON — A survivor of the Las Vegas Strip shooting who suffered a head wound chalked up a “huge” milestone in her recovery when she was able to walk out of a rehabilitation hospital in Maryland last week, according a social media update by the ...

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KPRC Click2Houston

Jailed rape victim who inspired Jenny's Law sues local hospital
KPRC Click2Houston
HOUSTON - A rape victim, who was jailed during a trial to ensure her testimony, is filing a new lawsuit against Saint Joseph's Medical Center and the doctor who examined her. The woman we call “Jenny” accused the hospital of conspiring with Harris ...



Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mixed reaction to AHN's plan for new 'neighborhood' hospital in ...
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Westmoreland County will be the location of Highmark Health's first mini-hospital, although not all of the new neighbors are thrilled about it. AHN Hempfield - Neighborhood Hospital will be a for-profit, three-story, 120,000-square-foot facility built ...
Hempfield chosen as location for first Highmark, AHN neighborhood hospitalWPXI Pittsburgh
Allegheny Health Network To Build 1st Of 4 New Hospitals In Hempfield TownshipCBS Pittsburgh / KDKA
With AHN's expansion, hospital competition heats up in Westmoreland CountyTribune-Review

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Norfolk Daily News

'Nothing but support' from hospital, community
Norfolk Daily News
DR. ZACKARY GANGWER is looking forward to the construction of Faith Regional Health Services' new medical office building because hospital administration and architects have actively sought the input of physicians to make it the most effective facility ...

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Color line persists, in sickness as in health
The Boston Globe
Across town, meanwhile, white residents of the South End are more likely than black residents to leave the neighborhood for inpatient care rather than go to nearby Boston Medical Center, once a public hospital. Blacks account for half of Boston ...

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News & Observer

Duke University Hospital president leaving for Johns Hopkins Health System
News & Observer
Kevin Sowers, who started his health care career at Duke University Medical Center as an oncology nurse 32 years ago and rose to president of Duke University Hospital, has been named president of the $8 billion Johns Hopkins Health System in Baltimore ...

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