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    The University of South Carolina and Prisma Health have teamed up in an effort to bring more commercially viable ideas to the market, according to The Post and Courier.
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    UNC Health Care, North Carolina's largest academic healthcare system, will shorten to UNC Health under a new rebrand, the Chapel Hill-based health system said Feb. 20.
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    Hospitals and health systems are seeking partners left and right to pool resources, combine strengths and come out on top in an increasingly competitive environment. The goals of these partnerships are often lofty — they involve innovation, care coordination, patient access, cost efficiency and quality. With the stakes high and regulatory concerns complex, striking an agreement often takes years, pushing any potential improvements off onto a distant horizon. But lengthy negotiation processes don't have to be the norm and, in fact, shouldn't be the norm in an industry that is begging for transformation and disruption. 
  • Oak Street Health plans big expansion: 4 things to know

    Oak Street Health, a Chicago-based network of primary care centers for Medicare beneficiaries, is growing to more than 50 centers across nine states.
  • Simplifying business strategy — 2020

    We increasingly live in an era of big platforms and big channels. In many businesses, there's no choice but to work, in part, through platforms and channels.
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    The first mission of hospital and health system laboratories has remained the same for a half century: manage diagnostic testing and accurately produce the results on which most of a patient’s care is based. However today, no part of a hospital is immune to the pressures of cost control and increased efficiency.
  • Physician recruitment has a 'Cheesecake Factory' problem: What that means, and how 3 CEOs are solving it

    Forget signing bonuses and relocation packages. The latest litmus test physicians are using to evaluate job offers involves chain restaurants and medical mission trips. 
  • Cincinnati hospital forms joint venture with medical equipment company

    The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati has entered into a joint venture with a Columbus, Ohio-based medical equipment company, according to the Cincinnati Business Courier.
  • New York's Mount Sinai St. Luke's gets a new name

    New York City-based Mount Sinai St. Luke's hospital was renamed Feb. 7.
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    Before brands like Apple and Amazon became synonymous with consumer culture, the healthcare experience didn’t have much motivation to change. If you felt ill, you’d go see a doctor. The doctor would check you over, make a diagnosis and set you on the appropriate path to treatment. It was on you to initiate contact: your physician’s only job was to provide whatever care was needed, once you were in the system.
  • Former GE exec finds way to cut healthcare costs — and US hospitals are out of the equation

    Denver-based North American Specialty Hospital, a travel surgery practice, now has contracts with companies comprising about 3 million people, with plans to grow further, The Colorado Sun reports.
  • Baylor Scott & White credits ACO for success in bending cost curve

    Dallas-based Baylor Scott & White Health has successfully bent the cost curve due to the success of its ACO, which covers its roughly 46,000 employees and hundreds of thousands of other patients, according to coverage in The Dallas Morning News.
  • 5 things to know about Walmart Health

    Walmart has expanded its footprint in the primary care market in the past six months by opening two standalone health centers.
  • CVS Health drops 3 board seats

    CVS Health will drop three directors from its 16-member board, including former Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini, the company announced Feb. 3.
  • 4 hospitals that have joined Mayo Clinic's network

    Since launching in 2011, 47 hospitals and health systems across the U.S. have joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a worldwide group of independent care systems that can tap into the knowledge and medical expertise of Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic. 
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    Baton Rouge (La.) General and the Baton Rouge Clinic have joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a group of 47 independent health systems that can tap into Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic's resources.
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    Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare grew to 185 hospitals when it completed the $1.5 billion acquisition of Asheville, N.C.-based Mission Health last year. Now, the for-profit hospital operator is looking to expand again.

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