Quorum Health has closed the divestment of the 106-bed Watsonville Community Hospital in...
- Quorum Health completes sale of Watsonville Community Hospital in California
- Aster DM Healthcare to set up innovation and research centre in GCC, India
- ARS Treatment Centers opens three opioid treatment facilities in New Jersey
- International Medical Centre agrees to buy three medical facilities in Saudi Arabia
- India to upgrade 15 government-run hospitals in Delhi
Quorum Health completes sale of Watsonville Community Hospital in California
Quorum Health has closed the divestment of the 106-bed Watsonville Community Hospital in Watsonville, California to Halsen Healthcare for $39m.
Healthcare profession not doing enough to protect data from digital age vulnerabilities
ProPublica was able to access these databases with no more sophisticated tools than the web browsers you and I have access to. This shows a stunning lack of initiative by our healthcare providers and their willingness to take even basic steps to safeguard our data.
India-based eye-care chain ASG Hospital raises funds for expansion
India-based eye-care chain ASG Hospital has raised $43m from UAE-based investment firm Foundation Holdings and Symphony International Holdings.
US sees decline in new hospital-onset staphylococcus aureus infections
Data from the Emerging Infection Programme (EIP) show that from 2005 to 2012, rates of hospital-onset MRSA blood infections decreased by approximately 17% annually in the US.
Addus Homecare agrees to acquire Hospice Partners of America for $130m
Addus Homecare has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Alabama-based hospice services providerHospice Partners of America for $130m in a cash.
Aster DM Healthcare to set up innovation and research centre in GCC, India
India-based Aster DM Healthcare has announced the setting up of Aster Innovation and Research Centre in GCC and India, as part of its plan to boost health outcomes for patients and overall experience at all its hospitals.
Indian hospital chain Fortis Healthcare plans to reduce costs
India-based hospital chain Fortis Healthcare intends to reduce costs by a fifth to revamp itself after regulatory authorities found it was defrauded of millions of dollars by its previous owners.
ARS Treatment Centers opens three opioid treatment facilities in New Jersey
Office-based opioid treatment (OBOT) provider ARS Treatment Centers has opened three new facilities at Hamburg, Lanoka Harbor, and Pennsauken in New Jersey, the US.
Half of hospital doctors in UK not adequately prepared for major incidents, finds survey
About 50% of doctors working at key hospitals in the UK who are likely to be involved in responding to major incidents, such as the Manchester Arena terror attack or Grenfell Tower fire in London, are not adequately prepared, according to a survey conducted by researchers of Oxford University.
Dayton Children’s Hospital partners with Loyal for AI chatbot
US-based Dayton Children’s Hospital has partnered with digital patient experience technology provider Loyal for its chatbot solution, Guide.