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APPROXIMATLY 160 PEOPLE attended Providence Business News' 2024 C-Suite Awards ceremony, which recognized 12 local business leaders, at the Omni Providence Hotel. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

URI Research Foundation’s Rumsey, CIC Providence’s Messier among honorees recognized at...

PROVIDENCE – Peter Rumsey feels that true leadership is not about commanding or receiving personal gain, but rather serving others and empowering them to...
BUILDING CONNECTIONS: Corey McCarty, CCA Health Rhode Island senior vice president and general manager, established a network of providers, including Lifespan Corp. and Care New England Health System, to help expand health services across the state.
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CCA Health Rhode Island’s McCarty puts wellbeing at the forefront


PBN C-Suite 2024 Awards LARGE PRIVATE COMPANY: Corey McCarty CCA Health Rhode Island | Senior vice president and general manager COREY MCCARTY WAS LOOKING for a...

URI Research Foundation’s Rumsey, CIC’s Messier among PBN’s 2024 C-Suite Awards...

PROVIDENCE – Peter Rumsey, chief business development officer for the University of Rhode Island Research Foundation, has been named the 2024 Career Achiever for...

Five Questions With: Corey McCarty

Commonwealth Care Alliance Rhode Island LLC, known as CCA Health Rhode Island, recently announced it added WellOne Primary Medical and Dental Care to its...

CCA Health RI adds WellOne Primary Medical and Dental Care to...

PROVIDENCE – Commonwealth Care Alliance Rhode Island LLC, known as CCA Health Rhode Island, has announced that it has added WellOne Primary Medical and...

CCA Health R.I. partners with West Bay Community Action to improve...

PROVIDENCE – Commonwealth Care Alliance Rhode Island LLC, doing business as CCA Health Rhode Island, has announced a first-of-its-kind partnership with West Bay Community...
DR. RAJ HAZARIKA, chief medical officer for commercial products at Point32Health, third from left, speaks during one of two panel discussions at Providence Business News’ Fall 2023 Health Care Summit on Wednesday. Also on the panel is, from left, Dr. Michael Wagner, CEO and president of Care New England Health System; Dr. Scott Rivkees, professor at Brown University's School of Public Health; and John Fernandez, CEO and president of Lifespan Corp. Moderating at right is PBN Editor Michael Mello. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN summit panelists: AI could improve aspects of R.I.’s health care...

WARWICK – While Rhode Island’s health care industry is bouncing back after an “incredibly difficult” year in 2022, providers still have a long way...
EASING OUTLOOK: Panelists discuss the official end to the COVID-19 national emergency at PBN’s Spring 2023 Health Care Summit on April 6. On the panel, from left, are Kristine Campagna of the R.I. Department of Health; Jane Hayward of the Rhode Island Foundation’s Long-Term Health Planning Committee; Corey McCarty of CCA Health Rhode Island; and Dr. G. Dean Roye of Rhode Island Hospital.  
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PBN health summit: A ‘welcome milestone’ in pandemic

Dr. G. Dean Roye is a self-declared pessimist, always concerned about everything. But when thinking about the next few months and the state of...
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.
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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...
CHALLENGES REMAIN: Melissa Husband, second from left, chief of staff at Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, discusses some of the difficulties the health care industry is experiencing. Also on the panel at the Providence Business News Fall 2022 Health Care Summit on Oct. 27 are, from left, Dr. Sri Adusumalli, senior medical director for Enterprise Virtual Care for CVS Health Corp.; Corey McCarty, senior vice president and general manager of Commonwealth Care Alliance Rhode Island; and Dr. Thomas Meehan, program director of the physician assistant studies program at Johnson & Wales University. 
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PBN health care panel: Plenty of obstacles to getting access to...

Socioeconomic barriers and workforce shortages are preventing many Rhode Islanders from accessing health care, creating obstacles that particularly affect communities of color. Panelists at the...
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