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CARE NEW ENGLAND is experiencing a computer-system crash and is operating on its backup system. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

No patient information accessed after CNE computer system failure

PROVIDENCE – Care New England computer systems crashed on Tuesday in a systemwide failure that is now "under control," according to Dr. James E. Fanale, CEO...

Care New England medical experts offer insight into COVID-19 response in...

PROVIDENCE – A series of videos from Care New England Health System is now online. The videos, made for use by any member of the...

Updated beds to arrive at Kent, Women & Infants hospitals

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System announced plans to replace 421 patient beds at Kent County Memorial Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital. The...
THE CARE NEW ENGLAND Health System recorded a $4.5 million loss from operations in the first quarter.

CNE Health System posts $4.5M operating loss in Q1

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System reported an operating loss of $4.5 million in the first quarter of 2020 ended Dec. 31, the...

CNE posts $3.8M profit for fiscal 2019

PROVIDENCE - Care New England Health System ended fiscal 2019 on a positive note, on Tuesday reporting a $3.8 million profit following significant losses...
NOT LIABLE: Bryant University Physician Assistant Program founder and Director Robert Jay Amrien, left, a panelist at the PBN Fall Health Care Summit, says a new law declaring that a physician assistant may be considered a primary care provider means a physician would not be considered liable for the actions of a physician assistant. Next to Amrien, from left, are panelists Maria Ducharme, chief nursing officer and senior vice president of patient care services at The Miriam Hospital; Care New England CEO Dr. James E. Fanale; and James Rajotte, chief of the Center for Health Promotion in the Division of Community Health and Equity at the R.I. Department of Health. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Physician assistants, nurse practitioners may play big role in future of...

Rhode Island is facing a shortage of primary care physicians, but increasing the roles of physician assistants and nurse practitioners might ease the problem,...
DONORS RAISED over $500,000 for Women & Infants Hospital’s planned renovations of its birth center. From left, Charlie Reppuci, Care New England board chair, honoree Cynthia B. Patterson, Jim Patterson and Dr. James E. Fanale, president and CEO of Care New England at Women & Infants Hospital’s “Bright Night for Little Stars” fundraiser. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

Women & Infants raises more than $500K for birth center renovations

PROVIDENCE – Donors raised more than $514,000 for renovations to Women & Infants Hospital’s birth center during a fundraiser last month. “Bright Night for Little...

Care New England opens new Warwick primary care center for seniors

WARWICK – Older adults in the Warwick area have a new option for primary care, thanks to Care New England Health System. The network has...

Fanale to lead American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s Tour de Cure, an American Diabetes Association event to raise funds to prevent and cure diabetes, will be hosted this...

R.I. health care providers agree to cap spending increases at 3.2%...

Nearly a decade after Rhode Island adopted price controls for health care that appear to be working, the state is doing more to contain...

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