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PARTNERS HEALTHCARE and Care New England have been granted an expedited review of their proposed merger under the Hospital Conversion Act by the R.I. Department of Health.

RIDOH approves expedited review of CNE, Partners merger

PROVIDENCE — The R.I. Department of Health has granted Care New England’s joint application with Partners Healthcare of Massachusetts for an expedited review of...

Fitch switches ‘rating watch evolving’ CNE note to positive outlook

PROVIDENCE – Fitch Ratings Inc. has removed the “rating watch evolving” note from Care New England’s credit rating, replacing it with a positive outlook...
HIGH DEMAND: Barbara Wolfe, left, dean of the University of Rhode Island’s College of Nursing, with Jane Williams, dean of nursing at Rhode Island College, at the new Rhode Island Nursing Center in Providence. Wolfe says URI continues to see a high demand for graduates with professional nursing degrees, as opposed to a two-year associate degree. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Nursing jobs at risk as hospitals merge

The future holds fewer, lower-paying hospital nursing jobs as health care consolidation progresses but growing demand for nursing skills outside hospitals presents promising opportunities,...
PARTNERS HEALTHCARE is outsourcing about 100 jobs, mostly coding jobs to India, the Boston Globe reports.

Globe: Partners to outsource about 100 coding jobs to India

PROVIDENCE – Partners Healthcare of Massachusetts has told 100 employees, mostly computer coders, that they are being let go and that their jobs are...
FITCH RATINGS DOWNGRADED Care New England's credit rating from a BBB- to a BB. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND

Fitch ratings downgrades CNE credit rating to BB

PROVIDENCE – Fitch Ratings Inc. downgraded Care New England’s credit rating from BBB- to BB for two bonds and the rating has been put...
CHALLENGES BEYOND TRAINING: Dr. Michelle Cyr, right, associate dean for academic affairs at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, with third-year medical student Lizzy Tarr, sees many financial obstacles facing young physicians in Rhode Island. / PBN PHOTO/­Michael Salerno

Changes are needed to recruit and retain physicians in Rhode Island,...

Inconsistent data about Rhode Island’s health care system could give anyone a headache. The Commonwealth Fund’s 2017 Scorecard on State Health System Performances found that...
PARTNERS HEALTHCARE'S PLANS to merge with Massachusetts Eye and Ear are on pause, for now, thanks to the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission.

BBJ: Mass. HPC puts Partner’s Health-Massachusetts Eye and Ear merger on...

BOSTON - The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission put Partners Healthcare of Massachusetts’s plan to merge with Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary on hold, pending...
CARE NEW England reported a $39 million loss in the first half of the year, including $26 million in the second quarter alone, the health care system said this week.

CNE reports $39M loss in first half of fiscal 2017

PROVIDENCE – Care New England reported a $39 million loss in the first half of the fiscal year, including $26 million in the second...
PARTNERS HEALTHCARE and one of its hospitals, Brigham and Women’s, have agreed to pay $10 million to resolve allegations that a BWH stem cell research laboratory fraudulently obtained grant funding from the National Institutes of Health.

Partners, Brigham and Women’s to pay $10M to resolve research fraud...

BOSTON – Partners HealthCare and one of its hospitals, Brigham and Women’s, have agreed to pay $10 million to resolve allegations that a BWH...
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...
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