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WITH CARE NEW ENGLAND HEALTH SYSTEM looking to make a merger or acquisition deal, new legislation approved by the General Assembly adds new rules in order for such a transaction to be approved. Pictured is Care New England's Women & Infants Hospital in Providence. / COURTESY WOMEN & INFANTS HOSPITAL

Will R.I. legislation on hospital mergers, acquisitions scare off suitors?

The state review process for buying or selling hospitals in Rhode Island is going to get tougher under newly approved legislation. Meanwhile, one of the...

Nursing homes to get $30M boost

Rhode Island’s nursing home industry has been ravaged during the COVID-19 pandemic, but some financial help appears to be on the way. The state budget...
ON DUTY: From left, Kathleen Gerber, executive director at Cherry Hill Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation in Johnston; Donna LaBonte, a certified nursing assistant; and Dorothy Bishop, a medical technician, check computer records at the nursing home. Cherry Hill and most other Rhode Island nursing homes are struggling through financial difficulties made worse by a severe labor shortage. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

CODE RED: Amid closures, nursing homes fight for survival

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020, the staff at Cherry Hill Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Johnston...
DR. JAMES E. FANALE, the outgoing CEO and president of Care New England Health System, said an acquisition of the Rhode Island hospital company or a merger could come as soon as 30 days from Thursday, May 26, 2022. / PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS FILE PHOTO

Fanale: Care New England merger decision may come as soon as...

PROVIDENCE – The outgoing CEO and president of Care New England Health System said a decision regarding an acquisition of the Rhode Island hospital...
BOWING OUT: Care New England Health System CEO and President Dr. James E. Fanale is planning to retire early next year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

With CEO set to leave, Care New England at crossroads

While the CEO and president of Care New England Health System is planning an exit in the wake of a failed merger, Dr. James...

Providence nursing home workers begin three-day strike

PROVIDENCE – More than 40 nursing home workers lined both sides of Dodge Street in front of Bannister Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in...
UNDER PRESSURE: Dr. Raymond Powrie, Care New England’s chief of medicine, acknowledges that financially “hard decisions have been made” during the pandemic.  / PBN PHOTO/PAMELA BHATIA

Lifespan, CNE move toward merger, leaving many to wonder about side...

For decades, Rhode Island’s two largest hospital systems have been rivals, each enduring similar financial pressures on their own in a small but competitive...

Nursing home staffers postpone strike plans after letter from Raimondo

PROVIDENCE – Nursing home staff workers that had committed to an Aug. 5 strike date said they will postpone their strike after receiving a...
DIGGING IN: Members of the CBIZ staff select fruits and vegetables during healthy snack day at the Providence office. From left are Patrick Quinn, CBIZ managing director; John Boyle, audit associate; Jeffrey Christina, intern; Monica Clark, executive assistant; and Annie Campbell, audit associate.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

‘Happier’ surroundings give CBIZ staff a boost

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 2,000-4,999 EMPLOYEES #1: CBIZ Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Jerome P. Grisko Jr., CEO and president Number of employees: 4,722 THE WORKPLACE at...
MORE THAN PEDESTRIAN: South County Health employees, from left, Susan Woodard, Mary Phillips and David Fogerty join co-workers outside South County Hospital in South Kingstown for their regular walk around the campus for exercise.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

South County Health puts its expertise to work for employees

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2019 500-1,999 EMPLOYEES #1: South County Health CEO (or equivalent): Aaron Robinson, CEO and president Number of employees: 829 SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH’S 829...

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