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HONOREES AND HONOREE REPRESENTATIVES pose with their Providence Business News 2023 C-Suite Awards following Thursday's awards event at the Omni Providence Hotel. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN’s C-Suite honorees lauded for addressing challenges, inspiring others

PROVIDENCE – Health care was a passion for Ann M. Kashmanian even before her time at Brown Medicine. Kashmanian, the CEO of the East Providence-based...
TAKING NECESSARY STEPS: Brown Medicine CEO Ann M. Kashmanian says having a mentor, as well as being one, is important to climb the management ladder. 
PBN PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

Brown Medicine CEO Kashmanian’s path to leadership was steered by mentors

2023 C-Suite Awards Career Achiever: Ann M. Kashmanian | Brown Medicine CEO IF IT TAKES A VILLAGE to raise a child, it takes equally committed supporters...

A maskless step toward normalcy

As hospitals across the state make masks optional for patients and staff for the first time in three years, health care leaders feel confident...
ANN M. KASHMANIAN, CEO of Brown Medicine, has been named the 2023 Career Achiever for PBN's C-Suite Awards program. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Brown Medicine’s Kashmanian named Career Achiever in PBN’s 2023 C-Suite Awards...

PROVIDENCE – Ann M. Kashmanian, CEO of Brown Medicine, has been named the 2023 Career Achiever for Providence Business News’ annual C-Suite Awards program. Kashmanian,...
RARE BREED: Dr. Thomas Bledsoe, a general internist and primary care physician at Brown Medicine’s East Providence Primary Care, says finding a primary care doctor such as him has become difficult for people in need of a new physician. Bledsoe is also president of the Rhode Island Medical Society.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

How to cure shortage of primary care docs?

When the phone rings at East Providence Primary Care, chances are there is someone in search of a new doctor on the other end. It...
COVID CONVERSATION: Dr. Claire Levesque, second from right, chief medical officer for commercial products at Point 32Health, the parent company of Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, speaks during one of two panel discussions at PBN’s Fall Health Care Summit on Oct. 27. Also on the panel are, from left, Dr. Kirsten Anderson, medical director at CVS Health Corp./Aetna Inc.; Dr. Louanne Giangreco, senior medical director at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; Dr. Peter Hollmann, chief medical officer at Brown Medicine; Dr. Alexis Kearney, consultant medical director for Project Firstline RI, Center for Acute Infectious Disease Epidemiology, R.I. Department of Health; and Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, director of the Pandemic Center at Brown University’s School of Public Health. 
PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN summit panel: ‘This virus is here to stay’

Fewer people are wearing masks these days, and the COVID-19 vaccination rates have plummeted. Even President Joe Biden has declared the pandemic over. But health...
DR. CLAIRE LEVESQUE, second from right, chief medical officer for commercial products at Point 32Health, the parent company of Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, speaks during one of two panel discussions at PBN's Fall Health Care Summit on Thursday at Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. Also on the panel are, from left, Dr. Kirsten Anderson, medical director at CVS Health Corp./Aetna; Dr. Louanne Giangreco, senior medical director at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; Dr. Peter Hollmann, chief medical officer at Brown Medicine; Dr. Alexis Kearney, consultant medical director for Project Firstline RI, Center for Acute Infectious Disease Epidemiology, R.I. Department of Health; and Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, director of the Pandemic Centr at Brown University's School of Public Health. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN Summit: R.I.’s health care sector struggling to reverse worker shortage

WARWICK – A workforce shortage continues to plague Rhode Island's health care sector as residents find access to primary care limited while practices struggle...
RACING ALONG: Brown Medicine staffers participate in the annual Gloria Gemma 5K road race in downtown Providence. / COURTESY BROWN MEDICINE

Brown Medicine

PBN BEST PLACES TO WORK 2022 Large Company 12. Brown Medicine Employees in R.I.: 477 CEO: Ann M. Kashmanian Questions answered by: Ann M. Kashmanian What three words best describe your...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has announced 69 honorees for its 2022 Best Places to Work Awards program.

PBN announces 2022 Best Places to Work honorees

PROVIDENCE – Sixty-nine honorees have been named by Providence Business News for its 2022 Best Places to Work Awards program. Each of the companies and...
SOLUTION NEEDED: Susan E. Enck, a licensed clinical psychologist at Brown Medicine’s Warwick Primary Care, says the mental health system was near its breaking point before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now it’s in crisis. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Pleas to fix R.I.’s ‘broken’ behavioral health system

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, treatment providers, advocates and lawmakers are calling for Rhode Island to confront its problems with access to...
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