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Hershey Medical Center leader Harold Paz leaving for Aetna

Hershey Medical Center leader Harold Paz leaving for Aetna

Founding administrator of Holy Spirit Hospital dies

Founding administrator of Holy Spirit Hospital dies

Drayer Physical Therapy opens 15th center in Alabama

Drayer Physical Therapy opens 15th center in Alabama

Health Care News

YTI launches pharmacy tech program in York

YTI Career Institute announced today it will launch a nine-month pharmacy technician program at the York campus in October. Read More »»

premium content Newsmakers: Senior Care

Business featured this week: Landis Homes Read More »»

premium content Newsmakers: Health Care

Business featured this week: PinnacleHealth System Read More »»

premium content In brief: SUN joins Geisinger Health System

With regulatory approval obtained, SUN Home Health & Hospice is now part of Geisinger Health System. Read More »»

premium content Health insurance advisers list issues to consider

No, you cannot give your employees pretax money to use in the Obamacare individual marketplace. Read More »»

MinuteClinic opens first location in York

MinuteClinic has opened its first location in York, inside the CVS at 2080 South Queen St. Read More »»

Hershey Medical Center leader Harold Paz leaving for Aetna

Longtime Hershey Medical Center leader Dr. Harold L. Paz is leaving to become executive vice president and chief medical officer of nationally prominent insurer Aetna, the organizations announced today. Read More »»

Arthur Funk & Sons building $17.5M skilled nursing center for Cornwall Manor

South Lebanon Township-based Arthur Funk & Sons Inc. has been awarded a $17.5 million contract for construction of a 96-bed skilled nursing center on the Buckingham Campus of the Cornwall Manor retirement community in Lebanon County. Read More »»

Founding administrator of Holy Spirit Hospital dies

Sister Ursula Frei, founding administrator of Holy Spirit Hospital, died July 4, the hospital announced today. Read More »»

Letter: Unnecessary duplication of health care services is wasteful

Anyone who lives and/or works in Lebanon County would certainly recognize Good Samaritan Hospital as a community asset. Quality health care is important to everyone, and even more important is to have it close by. Read More »»

Questions remain after Conestoga Wood ruling

Midstate legal experts expect limited impact from the precedent-setting ruling Monday that says Lancaster County-based Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. cannot be required to provide contraceptive coverage against the religious objections of its Mennonite owners. Read More »»

Medical examiners needed for truck driver physicals

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recently announced that 8,000 health professionals have been added to the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners to help carry out truck driver examinations. Read More »»

Drayer Physical Therapy opens 15th center in Alabama

Swatara Township-based Drayer Physical Therapy Institute has opened an outpatient physical therapy center in Athens, Ala., its 15th in the state. Read More »»

Messiah Lifeways plans $73M expansion

Messiah Lifeways is planning a $73 million expansion of Messiah Village, its continuing care retirement community in Cumberland County. Read More »»

Select Medical finalizes partnership with Emory Healthcare

Lower Allen Township-based Select Medical Corp. announced today that its partnership with Emory Healthcare, the largest health system in Georgia, was finalized Tuesday. Read More »»

Employees like wellness programs – unless they're charged

Many employees object to wellness programs that charge more for non-participation or not meeting health goals, according to a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation. Read More »»

Reactions to Conestoga Wood win on contraceptive mandate

Here's what people are saying about the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling that Lancaster County-based Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. cannot be required to provide contraceptive coverage against its owners' religious convictions. Read More »»

Lancaster County-based Conestoga Wood wins on contraceptive mandate

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that closely held for-profit companies like Conestoga Wood and Hobby Lobby cannot be required to provide contraceptive coverage. Read More »»

Health care report 2014: Healthy teamwork

Organizations coming together to cut costs, create improvements

Buying consortia — independent organizations joining together to leverage purchasing power — are becoming more prevalent, in a variety of ways, in health care. Read More »»

Health care report 2014: Collaborating for care

Senior-living providers finding they must work as a team

Health care reform is encouraging senior-living providers to collaborate with each other while taking steps to reduce pricey hospital admissions. Read More »»

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