Here’s the recent news about Catholic Health Initiatives.
Barto Named Senior Vice President of Capital Finance at Catholic Health Initiatives
Nick Barto has been named to the newly created position of senior vice president, capital finance, at Catholic Health Initiatives, the nation’s third-largest faith-based health system.
CHI Signs Agreement With Houston-Based St. Luke's
CHI has signed a definitive agreement with the Episcopal Diocese of Texas for the transfer of sponsorship of St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System, a six-hospital system based in Houston.
CHI, PeaceHealth Suspend Discussions on Joint-Venture in Pacific Northwest
Catholic Health Initiatives and PeaceHealth agreed on Tuesday to suspend discussions to explore the formation of a unified, integrated regional health system in the Pacific Northwest.
Statement from Catholic Health Initiatives on Lori Stodghill Case
There has been considerable attention and controversy recently involving the lawsuit over the tragic death in 2006 of Lori Stodghill and her twin unborn sons at St. Thomas More Hospital in Canon City, which is sponsored by Catholic Health Initiatives.
CHI and Immanuel Finalize Agreement on Alegent Creighton Health
Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and Immanuel, which have had a visionary partnership in Omaha under the name Alegent Health since 1996, have finalized an agreement that makes CHI the sole sponsor of Alegent Creighton Health.
CHI Joins National Partnership to Curb Childhood Obesity
Catholic Health Initiatives has joined the Hospital Healthy Food Initiatives, a national program sponsored by the Partnership for a Healthier America that brings together public, private and nonprofit leaders to address the childhood obesity crisis.
CHI to Issue $1.5 billion in Taxable Debt to Support National Initiatives, Strategic Growth and Quality Strategies
Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, will issue approximately $1.5 billion in taxable bonds to finance a wide array of strategic initiatives, including virtual technologies, physician integration and partnerships and alliances in key areas across the country to strengthen local and regional networks of care.
CHI and St. Anthony Hospital Donate and Ship 50 Tons of Equipment to “Sister Hospital” in Hanoi
Catholic Health Initiatives and St. Anthony Hospital will donate more than 50 tons of hospital equipment, including about 180 adjustable, hydraulic hospital beds, to Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Barto to Head New Venture Capital Group at Catholic Health Initiatives
Nicholas Barto, who has led finance, strategy and private equity projects in the global health care arena for nearly two decades, has been named managing director of the Catholic Health Initiatives Venture Capital Group, which will identify strategic partnerships, investment opportunities and growth activities for the nation’s second-largest faith-based health care system.
CHI’s Lofton No. 48 on Modern Healthcare’s List of “100 Most Influential People” in Healthcare
Kevin E. Lofton, president and chief executive officer of Catholic Health Initiatives, has been named for the eighth consecutive year to Modern Healthcare magazine’s prestigious listing of the “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare.”
Catholic Health Initiatives Presents 38 Grants for Building Healthy Communities
Catholic Health Initiatives, the nation’s second-largest Catholic health care system, has awarded grants totaling more than $3.2 million for the planning, development and implementation of initiatives to promote healthy communities in the U.S. and around the world.
CHI Applauds Supreme Court Decision on Affordable Care Act
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act 5-4 in a long-anticipated decision this morning. The court ruled that the individual mandate was constitutional, paving the way for the implementation of a law that will provide health coverage to many millions of additional people across the country.
Catholic Health Initiatives Praises Immanuel’s Decision to Expand Services for Seniors in Nebraska and Iowa
Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and Immanuel, which established a visionary partnership in Omaha under the name Alegent Health in 1996, have agreed to sign a letter of intent (LOI) to transition sponsorship of Alegent Health to CHI.
CHI, Conifer Health Solutions Announce Partnership
Catholic Health Initiatives and Tenet Healthcare announced today they will partner in the ownership of Conifer Health Solutions, previously a Tenet subsidiary that has provided revenue cycle and business process management services to hospitals for more than three decades.
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