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CARE NEW ENGLAND has pulled out of merger talks with Lifespan and Brown University, citing financial and anti-trust concerns. Above, CNE President and CEO Dr. James E. Fanale. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

CNE pulls out of talks with Lifespan, Brown; Partners deal is...

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System has opted out of three-way discussions between Lifespan Corp. and Brown University, CNE announced Tuesday. CNE’s board voted...

Most-read stories on PBN.com, June 2019

1. PBN names 2019 40 Under Forty winners POSTED ONLINE: JUNE 7 Providence Business News chose its winners of the 15th annual 40 Under...
WHAT'S THE DEAL? Gov. Gina M. Raimondo asked the Lifespan, Care New England and Brown University put together a cohesive Rhode Island medical network by the end of the summer, but so far there is no news on the case. Why is that? / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

What is taking so long for Lifespan and Care New England...

Little more than a month ago, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo urged Lifespan and Care New England to once again – complete the process of...

Five Questions With: Dr. Patricia Recupero

Dr. Patricia Recupero, Care New England Health System’s senior vice president for education and training, has earned many accolades during her career as a...
PARTNERS HEALTH CARE has named Dr. Anne Klibanski president and CEO.

Partners names Klibanski president and CEO

BOSTON – Dr. Anne Klibanski has been named president and CEO of Partners Healthcare, making her the first female CEO of the health care...
A BULLY PULPIT? Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has taken an active role in trying to get Lifespan and Care New England to complete a merger they have tried twice before, spending political capital that she has seemed reluctant to do in the past.
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DAVE HANSEN

A more muscular Raimondo is a good thing for Rhode Island

Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has stepped in and told Rhode Island’s two health care systems – Lifespan Corp. and Care New England Health System...

Round 3 for Lifespan, CNE merger

The headline surprised many Rhode Islanders: “Partners withdraws CNE merger application, Raimondo urges in-state health care system.” So, for the moment at least, Lifespan Corp....
GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO has asked Lifespan, Care New England and Brown University to resume talks on forming an in-state academic medical center, following Partners HealthCare's withdrawal of its application to acquire CNE. / PBN FILE PHOTO MICHAEL SALERNO

Partners withdraws CNE merger application, Raimondo urges in-state health care system

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo said a desire for a cohesive Rhode Island medical network led her to halt a proposed merger between...
HELPING HANDS: Erin Flaherty, left, a newly hired nurse at Kent County Memorial Hospital, practices inserting an IV as registered nurse Karen Wholey, middle, and Nurse Director Nicole Hebert offer advice. 
 / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Experienced nurses can be hard to find

For nearly four years, Erin Flaherty worked as a nurse in a Warwick urgent-care clinic. The job was rewarding but offered no chance of...
SMOOTH RIDE: Elijah Matthews, left, and Xavier Rivera work in central transport at Rhode Island Hospital in 2018. The job, often filled in the summer by interns, involves moving patients and equipment.
 / COURTESY LIFESPAN CORP.

Hospital summer programs start young interns on career path

For high school and college students, summer break doesn’t usually conjure up images of hospitals and medical offices. In the so-called “new economy” of the...
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