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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...
NEIL D. STEINBERG, Rhode Island Foundation CEO and president , told attendees Thursday at the foundation's annual meeting that the state is "at risk" of not having the workforce it needs to properly operate in 10 years if societal issues aren't immediately addressed. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

Steinberg warns R.I. workforce ‘at risk’ if societal issues not addressed

PROVIDENCE – During the Rhode Island Foundation’s annual meeting on Thursday at the R.I. Convention Center, CEO and President Neil D. Steinberg gave attendees...
Jane A. Hayward

Make healthy lives for all Rhode Islanders a top priority

Over the last few years, we’ve worked closely together as co-chairs of the Rhode Island Foundation-initiated long-term health planning effort. During that time, we’ve...
PUTTING CO-CEOS IN CHARGE of a proposed hospital merger between Lifespan Corp. and Care New England Health Systems could lead to conflict and the arrangement should be short-term, according to health care administration experts and local stakeholders. Care New England has been led by president and CEO James E. Fanale since 2018, while Lifespan has been headed by its president and CEO Tim Babineau since 2012. / PBN FILE PHOTOS DAVE HANSEN MICHAEL SALERNO

Co-CEO arrangement could spell trouble for Rhode Island hospital merger

PROVIDENCE – Two heads are better than one, the old saying goes.  But that’s not the case when it comes to putting co-CEOs in charge...

Five Questions With: Jane A. Hayward

As National Health Center Week kicks off on Monday, Jane A. Hayward, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Health Center Association, discusses the...

Neighborhood Health dishes out holiday fare at Amos House

COOKING UP CARE: Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island employees visit Amos House in Providence over the holiday season to prepare meals and serve...

Neighborhood Health caps off 25th anniversary with $25K donation to...

SMITHFIELD – Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island wrapped up its monthslong 25th anniversary celebration last week with a $25,000 donation to the Rhode...
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...
DR. SARAH FESSLER, chief medical officer and practicing family medicine physician at East Bay Community Action Program, was honored Oct. 16 when she received the Clinical Leadership Award from the Rhode Island Health Center Association. / COURTESY EAST BAY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM

RIHCA presents Fessler with clinical leadership award

WARWICK – The Rhode Island Health Center Association honored Dr. Sarah Fessler, chief medical officer and practicing family medicine physician at East Bay Community...

Coastal Medical support system eases workload, attracts physicians

Rhode Island is a difficult market for recruiting primary care doctors, but Providence-based Coastal Medical, which added 10 new physicians Oct. 2, says its...
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