Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. Children's Hospital pharmacy leader tapped for national supply group

    Terri Lyle Wilson, the vice president of pharmacy for Lenexa, Kan.-based Children's Hospital Association, has been named to the Healthcare Supply Chain Association's board.
  2. Temple University Health operating income slips $134M

    Philadelphia-based Temple University Health has reported an operating loss for the fiscal year ended June 30 of $63.8 million on revenue of $2.6 billion.
  3. Market president leaves Intermountain Health for LifePoint

    Jen Alderfer will leave her role as president of Intermountain Health's Montana and Wyoming Market and Billings, Mont.-based St. Vincent Healthcare on Oct. 20. 

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  1. 10 most, least diverse states in the US

    California is the most diverse state in the U.S., while West Virginia is the least diverse, according to personal finance site WalletHub.
  2. Intermountain backs $31M funding round for digital healthcare company

    Intermountain Ventures, the venture capital arm of Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Health, has backed a $31 million funding round for Vivante Health, a digestive health company. 
  3. Man on trial for Virginia hospital shooting claims self defense

    A former VCU Health employee charged in the fatal shooting of a colleague is claiming self defense, ABC affiliate WRIC reported Sept. 20.
  4. 10 cities where retirees are most financially secure

    Retirees who don't live near a coastline are most financially secure, according to a recent analysis from SmartAsset. 

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  1. Baptist Health's $40M central fill pharmacy: 5 things to know

    Baptist Health, a nine-hospital system based in Louisville, Ky., is constructing a $40 million central fill pharmacy in La Grange, Ky. Here are five things to know about the project:
  2. Coverage for virtual care slipping

    Private insurers and Medicaid are lagging on virtual care coverage, while Medicare is leading the way, Politico reported Sept. 19. 
  3. Cyberattack spurs Mississippi health system to 'beef up' security measures

    Ocean Springs, Miss.-based Singing River Health System's CEO, Laurin St. Pe, said he's looking to "beef up" its security measures as the organization continues to grapple with a cyberattack that started Aug. 21, WLOX reported Sept. 19. 
  4. Georgia system's revenue cycle VP departs for MedStar

    Columbia, Md.-based MedStar Health has named Patrick Wall vice president of patient financial services, according to a post on his LinkedIn page. 

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  1. IU Health hospital to end inpatient, emergency services

    IU Health Blackford Hospital in Hartford City, Ind., will no longer offer inpatient and emergency department services, effective Oct. 1.
  2. From AI to drones: The future of hospital supply chain

    Artificial intelligence, 3D printing and drone delivery are a few of the things supply chain leaders predict are going to change the field.
  3. One size doesn't fit all, says Texas Children's HR chief

    Linda Aldred, executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Texas Children's, first joined the organization 35 years ago. Back then, she was a benefits clerk, and the Houston-based system only had 800 employees. Now, it has more than 17,000. 
  4. Physicians may have the right to work from home, experts say

    Since the pandemic, working from home has become more common, and a recent lawsuit, as Medscape reported Sept. 19, raises the question, do physicians have the right to work from home?
  5. Tower Health downgraded to 'CCC'

    West Reading, Pa.-based Tower Health was downgraded from "CCC+" to "CCC" amid ongoing financial losses, Fitch Ratings said Sept. 19.
  6. Eli Lilly sues spas, clinics over Mounjaro copycats

    Eli Lilly filed lawsuits across seven states alleging various spas, clinics and compounding pharmacies are illegally selling versions of its Type 2 diabetes drug Mounjaro, according to court documents. 
  7. Task force urges blood pressure checks during all prenatal visits

    All pregnant individuals should have their blood pressure checked during every single prenatal visit, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now recommends. 
  8. Cleveland Clinic London taps chief of staff

    Jamanda Haddock, MD, has been named chief of staff for Cleveland Clinic London, effective Oct. 1, succeeding Tommaso Falcone, MD, who has been in the role since 2018 and will return to the U.S.
  9. Allina-launched hospital at-home company raises $30M

    Inbound Health, a hospital at-home company launched by Minneapolis-based Allina Health and Flare Capital partners in 2022, raised $30 million in series B financing.

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