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BUILDING ­SUCCESS: From top left, clockwise, Laurel Delaney, Betsy Mikesell, Angie White and Sonat Birnecker Hart will host a June 4 webinar to discuss how to build a successful business. / COURTESY LAUREL DELANEY, BETSY MIKESELL, ANGIE WHITE, SONAT BIRNECKER HART

Editor’s Choice: Founders discuss innovating, disrupting business world

EDITOR’S CHOICE Founders discuss innovating, disrupting business world FOUR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS will host a webinar about the nuances of creating, safeguarding and sustaining success in...
LIFESPAN AND COASTAL MEDICAL announced Thursday that they have signed a letter of intent to pursue an affiliation. / COURTESY LIFESPAN CORP.

Lifespan, Coastal Medical announce plan to join forces to expand health...

PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Corp., the state's largest hospital system, is in the process of affiliating with Coastal Medical Inc., a large primary care practice...
MERGER TALK: Dr. James E. Fanale, Care New England Health System CEO and president, is still interested in a merger with Lifespan Corp., but only with the involvement of Massachusetts-based Partners HealthCare, which recently changed its name to Mass General Brigham. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Let’s hope 2020 resolves merger question for Lifespan and CNE

Rhode Island’s two biggest health systems head into the new year with major questions to answer about their finances and the prospect of a...
PARTNERS HEALTHCARE is rebranding as Mass General Brigham.

Partners to rebrand as Mass General Brigham

BOSTON – Partners HealthCare is rebranding as Mass General Brigham, the organization announced Wednesday. The new name highlights the organization’s two marquee hospitals in Boston,...
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.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

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.
 / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

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...

Kent Hospital switches to Boston-based Spaulding for rehab services

WARWICK – Kent Hospital has announced a new partnership for its inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. Effective on Oct. 1, the hospital will contract with...

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 to create a unified in-state...

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