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AFTER A 90-day exploratory period this summer, the leaders of Lifespan and Care New England have announced that they will move to the next step in their affiliation process. Above, on left, Lifespan CEO Timothy J. Babineau and Dr. James E. Fanale, president and CEO of Care New England. / PBN FILE PHOTOS/ DAVE HANSEN/MICHAEL SALERNO

Lifespan, CNE move forward with letter of intent to merge

PROVIDENCE – After a 90-day exploratory period this summer, the leaders of Lifespan Corp. and Care New England Health System have announced that they...

Lifespan, CNE will try again

Can anything positive come out of a pandemic? Leaders of Lifespan Corp. and Care New England Health System are willing to find out. For more...

UnitedHealthcare and Integra Community Care Network Expand Value-Based Care in Rhode...

Providence Business News Executive Roundtable FEATURED PANELISTS:   STEPHEN FARRELL UnitedHealthcare New England Health Plan CEO   ANA STANKOVIC, M.D. Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealthcare of New England   JAMES E. FANALE, M.D. President and...
Dr. James E. Fanale has served as CEO and president of Care New England since Jan. 1, 2018, when he replaced the retiring Dennis D. Keefe. He’s since focused on rebuilding CNE’s finances, establishing an aggressive strategy for stabilization and growth while leading a team of more than 7,000 staff and clinicians.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Commitment fuels success

Dr. James E. Fanale | Care New England CEO and president Health care is very challenging in the Northeast, even more so here in Rhode...
MATT QUIN has been named president and chief operating officer of Women & Infants Hospital. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

Quin named president and COO of Women & Infants

PROVIDENCE – Matt Quin has been named president and chief operating officer of Women & Infants Hospital, Care New England announced Wednesday. Quin succeeds Rick...
INTERNAL FOCUS: After Massachusetts-based Partners HealthCare pulled its application to acquire Care New England and CNE withdrew from talks with Lifespan and Brown University to develop a unified, statewide health care system, Dr. James E. Fanale, CEO and president of CNE, says the company will now focus on internal priorities, including renovations at Kent Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital, over the next couple of years.

CNE plots solo course (for now)

Care New England Health System’s proposed acquisition by Massachusetts health care giant Partners HealthCare ended abruptly in June when Partners pulled its application, after...
NEW USE: Care New England is considering an outpatient building on the Butler Hospital campus in Providence that currently houses an orthopedic and cardiology practice and has some empty space, for expanded ambulatory care services.

Expanding ambulatory care seen moving patients away from hospitals

Ambulatory care expansion was high on the list of priorities that leaders at Care New England Health System brought to Partners HealthCare this past...

Health care consolidation is inevitable in Rhode Island

The headline says it all: “CNE plots solo course (for now).” The cover story interview in the current edition of Providence Business News with Care...
CARE NEW ENGLAND, which includes Kent Hospital, posted operating income of $7.4 million in fiscal 2019's third quarter. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

CNE posts $7.4M fiscal Q3 profit

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System announced fiscal third-quarter operating income of $7.4 million, a gain of $6.5 million from the same 2018...
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...

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