Today's Top 20 Healthcare News Articles
  1. Trinity splits hospital president's duties in succession plan

    Shelleye Yaklin is retiring as president of Trinity Health Grand Haven (Mich.) after 17 years in the role, leading its parent system to reassign leadership responsibilities amongst other hospitals' executives. 
  2. 32 recent hospital, health system executive moves

    The following hospital and health system executive moves have been shared with or reported by Becker's this year:
  3. FDA adds new warning to CAR-T therapies

    After investigating the safety of CAR-T cell drugs, the FDA decided to include a serious risk on the boxed warnings of six approved immunotherapies. 

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  1. Ryan Seacrest to build interactive studio at Children's Hospital New Orleans

    TV and radio host Ryan Seacrest has been building broadcast media centers, named Seacrest Studios, in children's hospitals, and the latest will be at Children's Hospital New Orleans.
  2. 10 health systems outsourcing RCM functions

    Becker's has reported on 10 health systems that have opted to outsource finance jobs or other revenue cycle functions in 2024: 
  3. Mark Cuban's company ships drugs to CHS

    Community Health Systems' hospitals in Texas and Pennsylvania now stock epinephrine manufactured by Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Co.
  4. Nemours Children's, UCF expand partnership to establish pediatrics department

    Jacksonville, Fla.-based Nemours Children's Health and Orlando-based University of Central Florida have expanded their partnership to establish the University of Central Florida College of Medicine-Nemours Children's Health Department of Pediatrics.

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  1. Supreme Court to hear cases on whether EMTALA preempts state abortion bans

    A nearly 40-year old federal law requires Medicare hospitals to provide all patients experiencing a medical emergency a medical screening and stabilizing care. Whether that includes abortion has been at the center of several lawsuits in states with strict abortion bans. 
  2. Pay dropped for 6 physician specialties last year

    Plastic surgery saw the largest drop in compensation in 2023 — more than double the drop of the next highest specialty, according to Medscape's "2024 Physician Compensation Report," released April 12.
  3. The healthcare generation with highest depression rates, lowest burnout: Vivian

    Gen Z and millennials healthcare workers are less likely to report feeling unsafe at work and suffering burnout, but are more likely to report experiencing depression, a Vivian report found.
  4. Vanderbilt exec takes new role at Tufts

    Jessica McAllister joined Tufts Medicine April 15 as vice president of clinical operations.

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  1. How much 8 health systems are paying for EHRs

    Here is how much eight hospitals and health systems are expected to pay or have paid for the cost of purchasing, installing and upgrading a new or current electronic health record system:
  2. New York governor reaches deal to keep SUNY Downstate open

    New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has reached a deal with state legislature to keep University Hospital at Downstate in New York City's Brooklyn borough open.
  3. Ascension taps 2 hospital CEOs

    St. Vincent's, part of St. Louis-based Ascension, has named new leaders for its hospitals in Northeast Florida.
  4. MU Health Care working to meet financial goals

    Columbia-based University of Missouri Health Care's expenditures are exceeding its operating budget, KBIA reported April 19. 
  5. Health systems creating new IT C-suite roles

    In response to evolving demands within the healthcare landscape, hospitals and health systems are reconfiguring their C-suites and leadership teams to align with organizational priorities. Among the recent developments, several institutions have introduced new roles to their executive teams.
  6. 10 health systems moving to Epic

    Epic Systems continues to be the leader in the EHR hospital market share, with 83 hospitals joining its network in 2022, according to research from KLAS. 
  7. 80% of Change Healthcare restored after cyberattack

    Change Healthcare has reinstated 80% of the functionality for its claims, payment and pharmacy services following a February ransomware attack, the company said.
  8. Zepbound, Mounjaro shortages drag on

    Four more solutions of Zepbound and Mounjaro are in limited supply, and the shortages have prolonged, the FDA said April 17. 
  9. Former Desert Healthcare CEO files wrongful termination claim

    Conrado Bárzaga, MD, former CEO of Palm Springs, Calif.-based Desert Healthcare District & Foundation, has filed a claim alleging wrongful termination, the Desert Sun reported April 18.

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