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VOLUNTARY BUYOUTS are being offered at Brigham & Women's Hospital. /COURTESY BRIGHAM & WOMEN'S HOSPITAL

Report: Brigham & Women’s offering buyouts

BOSTON – Brigham & Women’s Hospital is offering voluntary buyouts to approximately 1,600 workers, according to a report in The Boston Globe. The news comes...
WOMEN & INFANTS Hospital of Rhode Island is one of the Care New England facilities that will be affected by layoffs. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Care New England announces layoffs, cites financial challenges

Updated 2:06 and 3:23 p.m. PROVIDENCE – A week after it announced it signed a letter of intent to join Boston-based Partners HealthCare of Massachusetts,...
PRELIMINARY DISCUSSIONS are underway between Yale New Haven Health System in New Haven, Conn., and South County Hospital, Rhode Island’s only independent community hospital. / COURTESY SOUTH COUNTY HOSPITAL

Discussions underway between Yale New Haven Health System, South County Hospital

PROVIDENCE – Preliminary discussions are underway between Yale New Haven Health System in New Haven, Conn., and South County Hospital, Rhode Island’s only independent...
With its offer to absorb Care New England, Boston-based Partners HealthCare of Massachusetts is forcing Rhode Island to take a clear-eyed view of its health care needs. /COURTESY PARTNERS HEALTHCARE

R.I. must scrutinize Partners’ bid

With its offer to absorb Care New England, Boston-based Partners HealthCare of Massachusetts is forcing Rhode Island to take a clear-eyed view of its...
CARE NEW ENGLAND said it is joining Partners HealthCare of Massachusetts, and that it has selected Prime Healthcare Foundation to pursue an acquisition of Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket. / COURTESY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF RHODE ISLAND

Care New England joining Partners HealthCare, selling Memorial Hospital

Updated 11:34 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System said Wednesday it will join Partners HealthCare of Massachusetts, and that it has...
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Davis named Women’s Reproductive Health Research scholar

PROVIDENCE – Selected as the seventh scholar in the Brown University/Women & Infants Hospital Women’s Reproductive Health Research career-development program, Dr. Sarah M. Davis...
LIFESPAN CEO Timothy Babineau said, "We have submitted what we think is a very compelling, visionary and fair-minded proposal to Care New England." / COURTESY LIFESPAN

Lifespan proposes merger with Care New England

PROVIDENCE – Lifespan has proposed merging with Care New England, in the latest effort to unite the state’s two largest health systems. “We have submitted...
CARE NEW England on Thursday said it has received one of 32 national Accountable Health Communities model grants from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, receiving an anticipated $3.9 million for a five-year initiative focused on ensuring that high-risk Medicare & Medicaid patients have access to high-quality health care services.

Care New England selected by CMS for $3.9 million cooperative agreement

PROVIDENCE – Care New England on Thursday said it has received one of 32 national Accountable Health Communities model grants from the federal Centers...
BUTLER HOSPITAL employees who are members of SEIU District 1199 New England voted, 282 to 2, to approve a new collective bargaining agreement with Butler, a Care New England facility, on April 11. Pictured is Butler Hospital's Riverview Building. / COURTESY BUTLER HOSPITAL

Butler Hospital unionized employees approve new contract

PROVIDENCE – Butler Hospital employees who are members of SEIU District 1199 New England voted, 282 to 2, to approve a new collective bargaining...
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