Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. 2 Oregon hospitals declare crisis standards of care due to RSV

    OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, both in Portland, Ore., declared crisis standards of care on Nov 22.
  2. Cleveland Clinic hospital cancels surgeries due to power issues

    Canton, Ohio-based Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital canceled all surgeries and diverted patients from the emergency department after a fire at a city substation took out its power Nov. 22, The Repository reported.
  3. 6 hospitals, health systems raising workers' pay

    The following hospitals and health systems have announced or shared plans for raising workers' pay in November:

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  1. UPMC names chief clinical information officer

    UPMC has named John Fairbaugh as the system's chief clinical information officer, effective Dec. 5. 
  2. AdventHealth says it beat HCA, Novant for 67-hospital CON in North Carolina

    North Carolina approved AdventHealth's bid to build a new 67-bed acute care hospital, according to the Citizen Times.
  3. Minnesota AG seeks input on Sanford, Fairview merger: 'We've heard people are concerned'

    Minnesota's attorney general plans to host several public hearings in early 2023 to collect input on the proposed merger of Sanford Health and Fairview Health, the Star Tribune reported Nov. 22. 
  4. Vermont hospital CEO resigns

    Claudio Fort has resigned as president and CEO of Rutland (Vt.) Regional Medical Center.

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  1. HC3 warns healthcare orgs of Lorenz ransomware group

    In a Nov. 21 analyst note, the Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center warned healthcare organizations about Lorenz, a human-operated ransomware group known for its "big-game hunting."
  2. Tennessee mayor asks Blount Memorial Hospital board members to resign

    Members of the board of directors at Maryville, Tenn.-based Blount Memorial Hospital have been asked to resign amid allegations of financial mismanagement and doubts about the selection process of a new CEO, Becker's has learned.
  3. A reversal: Adult providers assist pediatric specialists amid RSV surge

    Two years ago, pediatric providers found themselves taking care of adult patients, in an effort to lend a hand where they could during the first winter of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now it's the opposite: amid the ongoing respiratory syncytial virus surge, providers who don't normally care for kids are stepping in to support pediatric staff. 
  4. Why 6 top law schools pulled out of US News' rankings — and what it could mean for hospitals

    Six of the "T14" — the 14 law schools that have dominated U.S. News and World Report's rankings for the past 30 years — have withdrawn from the process, saying they will no longer provide data to the prestigious tiering system.

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  1. Regional West names interim CEO following leader's resignation

    Scottsbluff, Neb.-based Regional West Health Services has named COO Amanda Vick, RN, as acting president and CEO — five days after its former leader, John Mentgen terminated his contract, News Channel Nebraska reported Nov. 21. 
  2. Attorneys for fired MetroHealth CEO allege board retaliation

    Attorneys for Akram Boutros, MD, are alleging retaliation by the board of trustees at Cleveland-based MetroHealth System after the board fired Dr. Boutros as health system president and CEO on Nov. 21.
  3. Saint Francis CIO named top health IT leader in St. Louis area

    Lori Sturgill, CIO of Cape Girardeau, Mo.-based Saint Francis Healthcare System, has been named the top health IT leader by St. LouisCIO.
  4. Apple Watch app gets FDA clearance for Parkinson's care

    An Apple Watch-based app from digital health startup h2o therapeutics that monitors patients with Parkinson's disease has gotten 510(k) marketing clearance from the FDA.
  5. 15 health executives named 'most influential women in corporate America'

    The magazine WomenInc. has named 118 executives the most influential women in corporate America. Fifteen health executives are among them. 
  6. 'You are seen, heard, admired': 6 hospital execs say thank you to staff

    The week of Thanksgiving provides an especially appropriate time to express gratitude. With this year's own challenges, including an omicron surge and earlier-than-usual surges of respiratory syncytial virus, the holiday season is a time to reflect on the positive aspects of the year and say thank you to those who have made it brighter.
  7. Heritage eyed by Carlyle-led consortium in possible $10B deal, report

    The Carlyle Group, a Washington, D.C-based buyout company, is putting together a consortium of private equity buyers to acquire California's Heritage Provider Network in a deal that could be worth up to $10 billion, according to a Nov. 15 Reuters report.
  8. Mississippi hospitals are in crisis. But aid may be slow to arrive.

    Nearly all 111 of Mississippi's hospitals are facing financial difficulties in multiple areas, but the state's senators might not be committed to proposed solutions, Mississippi Today reported Nov. 21. 
  9. 1 in 8 deaths tied to bacterial infections, global study finds

    Bacterial infections accounted for nearly 14 percent of deaths globally in 2019, trailing heart disease as the world's second-leading cause of death, according to a study published Nov. 21 in The Lancet.  

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