A $1 million grant that the American Medical Association gave to the Penn State College of Medicine last week for new doctor training programs will also involve six other Central Pennsylvania health care groups, according to the college.
The American Medical Association has awarded a $1 million grant to the Penn State College of Medicine for an initiative aimed at improving the way future physicians are trained.
Business featured this week: AllBetterCare Urgent Care Center
Harrisburg-based dental insurer United Concordia is the first dental carrier to earn Health Network Accreditation from URAC, an independent, nonprofit organization that promotes health care quality through accreditation, education and measurement.
Businesses featured this week: Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration, Consolidated Scrap Resources, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Nancy Dering Inc., Pennsylvania Department of Aging, University of Scranton
Medical malpractice lawsuits filed in Pennsylvania declined nearly 45 percent over the past 10 years, according to a report from the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
Lower Allen Township-based Vibra Healthcare LLC announced today the completion of its acquisition of the Complex Care Hospital of Idaho, which has been renamed the Vibra Hospital of Boise.
Business featured this week: Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association
Businesses featured this week Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC , National Council for Behavioral Health, Pennsylvania Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession, Pennsylvania Department of Aging, Pepper Hamilton LLP, Saul Ewing LLP, Site Design Concepts Inc., Susquehanna Greenway Partnership, WellSpan Health, York County Economic Alliance
The Lancaster County Business Group on Health was one of five coalitions across the nation awarded $100,000 grants by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and United Health Foundation.
The hospital and health system world has been buzzing with acquisitions and alliances in recent years, and The Good Samaritan Health System in Lebanon County has decided to join the trend.
The South Central Pa. branch of Aligning Forces for Quality has been awarded a $1 million grant to be used over the next two years for the final phase of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's AF4Q initiative.