Catholic Health Initiatives paying more for Houston hospitals than reported
Terms of the deal released at the time were that CHI will contribute more than $1 billion to create a new Episcopal Health Foundation, which will focus on the unmet health needs of the area's underserved population.
Wed May 08, 2013
Tenet's Conifer billing, surgery center business contributing to the bottom line
Today, I have analyst and Tenet comment about Tenet's Frisco-based Conifer Health Solutions unit and its plans for aggressive acquisition of new outpatient surgery centers.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Riverwood Healthcare hires new CEO
The Riverwood Healthcare Center Governing Board of Directors selected Chad Cooper as chief executive officer with an anticipated start date of July 1. Cooper is an experienced and accomplished health care executive with 16 years of successful and progressive experience as a chief executive officer, Riverwood reported.
Business News: Prime Healthcare acquires St. Clare's; Crisp opens in Denville
Clare's Health System and Catholic Health Initiatives have signed an asset purchase agreement with Prime Healthcare Services.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Baltimore Sun
Settlement reached in heart stent lawsuit
A settlement was reached Thursday in a lawsuit against a Towson cardiologist brought by 21 of his former heart patients who alleged that the doctor performed unnecessary stent procedures.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Texas Heart Institute not concerned about changes at St. Luke's
A Texas Heart Institute spokesman said he is not aware of any ongoing research that would conflict with Catholic beliefs.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
CEO salaries similar at St. Lukes and Catholic Health
Hospital CEO pay tends to mirror the size of the hospital, according to a study by The New Hampshire Center for Public Policy.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Fetuses-aren't-people suit: Colorado Supreme Court declines to hear case
The Colorado Supreme Court has declined to hear a case in which Englewood-based Catholic Health Initiatives argued that it couldn't be held liable for the deaths of two unborn babies at one of its hospitals because fetuses are not people.
St. Luke's may phase out certain procedures in wake of sale
The St. Luke's health system may stop offering services such as sterilization once the sale to Catholic Health Initiatives is complete.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Physicians file motion to try to stop St. Luke's sale
An injunction filed April 19 is an attempt to stop the sale of St. Luke's to Catholic Health Initiatives.