• UPMC's expanded partnership to create academic hospital in Kazakhstan

    UPMC signed a new agreement with Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan to grow its medical residency program and form an academic medical center, the health system said March 23.
  • Piedmont looks to rehabilitate shuttered hospital into freestanding children's medical center

    Piedmont Columbus (Ga.) Regional has announced plans to renovate a former hospital location into a freestanding children's hospital.
  • Lahey, UMass receive approval to build new campus

    The Liaison Committee on Medical Education approved a plan by Worcester, Mass.-based UMass Chan Medical School and Burlington, Mass.-based Lahey Hospital and Medical Center to build a new campus in Burlington, masslive.com reported March 23.
  • How revenue cycle and IT teams are bettering patients' financial future together

    Two teams are better than one. See how revenue cycle and IT teams are breaking down silos and collaborating to improve patients' financial experience.
  • Pennsylvania health system breaks ground on expansion

    Erie, Pa.-based LECOM Health Millcreek Community Hospital broke ground on a new emergency department and intensive care unit, yourerie.com reported March 23.
  • Holy Cross Health halts 2 hospital projects

    Holy Cross Health in Silver Spring, Md., is hitting the pause button on two projects costing $45 million total, the Washington Business Journal reported March 22.
  • UCHealth hospital completes expansion

    UCHealth Greeley (Colo.) Hospital completed an expansion project that added a 12-bed progressive care unit and 20-bed acute care unit to its fourth floor, the GreeleyTribune reported March 21.
  • Lifepoint-owned Virginia hospital sees ER expansion budget upped to over $20M

    Sovah Health, part of Brentwood, Tenn.-based Lifepoint Health, said the emergency room renovations at its Danville, Va., site are now budgeted at more than $20 million compared with an original estimate of $12 million, according to a March 22 Danville Register & Bee report.
  • RIP Medical Debt cancels another $127M

    Vituity, a physician-owned multispeciality partnership, is partnering with the nonprofit RIP Medical Debt to eliminate $127 million in medical debt for 208,622 patients in Illinois and Georgia.
  • UnityPoint hospital completes $14M surgical center renovation

    UnityPoint Health St. Luke's Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, completed its $14 million renovation of its surgical specialty unit, Iowa's News Now reported March 21.
  • Alabama hospital looks to federal funds for 30-bed expansion

    Fairhope, Ala.-based Thomas Hospital wrote a letter to Rep. Jerry Carl seeking federal funding for a 30-bed expansion, local CBS affiliate WKRG reported March 21.
  • Rush looks to build new $70M outpatient care facility

    Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center will build a new $70 million, 60,000-square-foot outpatient facility at a former Sears site on the West Side, NBC Chicago reported March 21.
  • LifeBridge gets $5M gift for construction of new building

    A $5 million gift from philanthropists Mandy and Dennis Weinman will contribute to the construction of a new cancer care building at Baltimore-based LifeBridge Health Sinai Hospital, The Daily Record reported March 20.
  • Banner to build $400M campus in Scottsdale

    Phoenix-based Banner Health, a 30-hospital system, is purchasing about 48 acres of land in Scottsdale, Ariz., on which to build a medical campus.
  • Select Medical to build new 63-bed Florida hospital

    Mechanicsburg, Pa.-based Select Medical, a network of critical illness recovery hospitals, will build a new 63-bed hospital in Orlando, Fla.
  • Chuck Lorre donates $30M to Cedars-Sinai to fund new school

    Film and TV producer and writer Chuck Lorre has donated $30 million to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to develop a school for underserved individuals seeking to pursue a career in healthcare.
  • Unity Health opens first phase of $36M new hospital

    Unity Health-Jacksonville (Ark.) opened the first emergency room floor of its $36 million hospital project, the Arkansas Democrat Gazette reported March 17.
  • Hackensack Meridian invests $14M in new cancer care facility

    Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health is investing $14 million to build a new oncology building across from its Edison-based JFK University Medical Center.
  • Florida hospital expands ICU

    Cape Coral (Fla.) Hospital, part of Fort Myers, Fla.-based Lee Health, is adding 12 beds and a second floor to its intensive care unit, local news outlet Fox4 reported March 16.
  • Banner sells building for $29M

    Phoenix, Ariz.-based Banner Health sold its Peoria, Ariz.-based Banner Health Center for $29 million, with plans to lease it back from the new owner, the Phoenix Business Journal reported March 17.
  • Montefiore receives $100M anonymous donation

    New York City-based Montefiore Health System has announced that an anonymous donor contributed $100 million to Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, N.Y., one of the largest gifts in the college's history. 

Featured Whitepapers

Featured Webinars