20 December – Community Health Network fined $345m over Medicare fraud
Indiana-based Community Health Network agreed to pay $345m to resolve allegations of illegal physician referrals and Medicare overbilling, spanning 2008 to 2020.
28 November – Ransomware attack disrupts operations at Ardent Health
US-based healthcare company Ardent Health Services suffered a ransomware attack that hit its information technology systems.
The 373-bed Wynn Hospital in downtown Utica, New York, US, opened with an investment of $481.4m.
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The University of Chicago Medicine commenced $815m project to construct the first standalone cancer care and research pavilion in the US state of Illinois.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) announced plans to halt financial support for 25 hospitals in Afghanistan by the end of August.
Hospital systems and telehealth providers were warned about the privacy and security risks associated with the use of online tracking technologies integrated into their websites or mobile apps.
The Government of Queensland in Australia received over A$1.5bn ($1bn) in tenders for expanding The Prince Charles Hospital and Redcliffe Hospital.
Henry Ford Health unveiled the new $265m Janet & Jim Riehl North Tower at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital in Michigan, US, after a decade of planning and three years of preparation and construction.
23 February – Amazon completes acquisition of One Medical for $3.9bn
Amazon completed its previously announced acquisition of primary care provider One Medical in a deal valued at nearly $3.9bn.
The NHS England and the UK government published a blueprint to recover urgent and emergency care services, minimise waiting time while improving overall experience of patients.