CHA is pleased to see the 7.1 million people who enrolled in private health insurance plans through health insurance marketplaces and now have affordable and real health security.
The patient that oral surgeon Dr. Amy Winston remembers best was a man who called from his hospital bed after a kidney transplant to thank her for helping him get the dental clearance that allowed for the transplant.
When Dr. David Nash became the founding dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health in Philadelphia, he fielded a common question: School of Population Health? What exactly is that?
Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives said on April 2 that its subsidiary Collab Health executed a stock-purchase agreement to buy Little Rock, Ark.-based QualChoice Holdings, the for-profit parent company of the second largest managed care company in the state.
St. Joseph's Hospital in Chippewa Falls, Wis., believes that one of the most effective ways a community can ensure its future well-being is to focus on providing a socially and emotionally healthy environment for its youngest members.
On an unexpectedly snowy day late last winter in Louisville, Ky., a nurse at Nazareth Home brought a resident into a comfy common room.
CHA is asking its members to provide input on how the association can most effectively offer its Catholic Governance Conference to trustees.
Mercy has transferred ownership of the 282-bed Mercy Hot Springs in Hot Springs, Ark., and its physician clinic to St. Vincent Health System of Little Rock, Ark.
Insurers — most notably Medicare — are influencing how and where care is delivered.
Presence Health, a 12-hospital system based in Chicago, said March 20 that it has put its Presence Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center on the city's northwest side up for sale.
Hartford, Conn.'s Saint Francis Foundation has received a $900,000 gift from the estates of a twin brother and sister whose modest lifestyle in nearby Simsbury, Conn., had given no hint of their accumulated millions.