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MEMBERS OF UNITED NURSES and Allied Professionals Local 5008 picketed Kent Hospital on Toll Gate Road Sept. 12, calling for terms equal to other workers and job security assurances. / COURTESY KENT HOSPITAL

UNAP members picket outside Kent Hospital, call for equal terms, job...

WARWICK - Members of United Nurses and Allied Professionals Local 5008 picketed outside Kent Hospital on Sept. 12, seeking equal terms between new and existing...
DENNIS KEEFE, CEO of Care New England announced he will retire at the end of the calendar year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Care New England President, CEO Dennis D. Keefe announces retirement

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System (CNE) President and CEO Dennis D. Keefe, will retire Dec. 31 after six years in the role,...
U.S. SEN. SHELDON Whitehouse, left, and Lifespan primary investigator Dr. Peter J. Quesenberry discuss his team’s research at Lifespan’s research lab at 1 Hoppin St. in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/ROB BORKOWSKI

Whitehouse warns hospital consolidation could hurt innovation, economy

PROVIDENCE ­– As U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse spoke to Lifespan researchers celebrating a $10 million stem cell biology research grant Aug. 29, he warned...

Care New England CEO ‘confident’ Partners takeover deal will happen

PROVIDENCE – A week after Partners HealthCare said it was halting a potential merger with Care New England due to concerns with its finances,...
FITCH RATINGS DOWNGRADED Care New England's credit rating from a BBB- to a BB. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

Fitch ratings downgrades CNE credit rating to BB

PROVIDENCE – Fitch Ratings Inc. downgraded Care New England’s credit rating from BBB- to BB for two bonds and the rating has been put...
CARE NEW ENGLAND reported a $6.5 million loss int he company's fiscal third quarter ending in June. Above, one of the hospitals the organization operates, Memorial Hospital. /COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

Care New England posts operating loss of $6.5M in fiscal Q3,...

PROVIDENCE – Care New England reported a $6.5 million operating loss for its fiscal third quarter through June, with the health care provider reporting...
MARK R. MARCANTANO has stepped down as president and chief operating officer of Women & Infants Hospital. / COURTESY MARK R. MARCANTANO

Women & Infants President Marcantano stepping down

PROVIDENCE - Mark Marcantano is stepping down as president and chief operating officer of Women & Infants Hospital on Friday. Senior management at the hospital was...
CHALLENGES BEYOND TRAINING: Dr. Michelle Cyr, right, associate dean for academic affairs at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, with third-year medical student Lizzy Tarr, sees many financial obstacles facing young physicians in Rhode Island. / PBN PHOTO/­Michael Salerno

Changes are needed to recruit and retain physicians in Rhode Island,...

Inconsistent data about Rhode Island’s health care system could give anyone a headache. The Commonwealth Fund’s 2017 Scorecard on State Health System Performances found that...
PARTNERS HEALTHCARE'S PLANS to merge with Massachusetts Eye and Ear are on pause, for now, thanks to the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission.

BBJ: Mass. HPC puts Partner’s Health-Massachusetts Eye and Ear merger on...

BOSTON - The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission put Partners Healthcare of Massachusetts’s plan to merge with Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary on hold, pending...
LAURA ADAMS, PRESIDENT and CEO of Rhode Island Quality Institute talked to PBN about the expansion of RIQI's Care Management Alerts and Dashboards system to Integra Community Care Network. /PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD

Integra Community Care Network and Rhode Island Quality Institute team up...

PROVIDENCE – On June 23, the Rhode Island Quality Institute and Integra Community Care Network, an accountable care organization that includes Care New England...

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