Michael Henderson, vice president for research at Lifespan, and Susan Elmore, senior director of research administration at Care New England, joined us to discuss the potential impact an integrated academic health system could have on Rhode Island’s medical research sector.
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Dr. Bill Cioffi, chief of surgery at Lifespan, joins the HealthierRI Podcast to discuss how an integrated academic health system could positively impact trauma care in Rhode Island.
Dr. Peg Miller, chief of women’s medicine at Lifespan Physician Group and director of the Women’s Medicine Collaborative, and Dr. Raymond Powrie, executive chief of medicine at Care New England and Women and Infants Hospital, joined us to discuss their recent issue brief, “Creating Equity in Women’s Health.”
Our first episode, featuring an interview with Dr. Timothy Babineau and Dr. James Fanale, the respective leaders of Lifespan and Care New England, covered how the proposed integrated academic health system can help drive down the cost of care in Rhode Island.
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This week on Newsmakers: an exclusive interview about the proposal for a new Rhode Island hospital system with Lifespan CEO Dr. Timothy Babineau, Care New England CEO Dr. James Fanale, Brown University President Christina Paxson and Brown University Medical School
Though many parts of the US government and society have struggled to respond to COVID, large integrated multi-hospital health systems appear to have made a decisive difference in this pandemic.
In a move that would profoundly transform the delivery of health care for many Rhode Islanders, Lifespan and Care New England on Tuesday announced that they have signed a definitive agreement to merge and join with Brown University to create an
Lifespan, Care New England sign merger deal to create an academic health system with Brown University
The long-anticipated deal between Rhode Island’s two largest hospital networks includes a five-year $125 million investment from Brown, which operates the state’s only medical school.