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Report: Acadia exploring sale of U.K. division

Report: Acadia exploring sale of U.K. division

A little more than three years after buying the largest private behavioral health company in Britain, Franklin-based Acadia Healthcare Co. Inc. may be retreating back across the pond. Acadia is considering a sale of its U.K.-based Priory Group for approximately $1.3 billion, or £1 billion, according to […]

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General Electric's CEO mum on future of GE Healthcare IPO plans

General Electric's CEO mum on future of GE Healthcare IPO plans

A possible initial public offering for GE Healthcare, which has 6,000 employees in metro Milwaukee, remains on hold and parent company General Electric’s CEO isn’t sharing any predictions on what’s next. Source link

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Pacesetters: LifeBrite Laboratories top growing health care company

Pacesetters: LifeBrite Laboratories top growing health care company

Those familiar with LifeBrite Laboratories said they are not surprised that for the second consecutive year, the barely five-year-old company has ranked as the fastest-growing health care company in the metro Atlanta area. Source link

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Goldman Sachs has its eyes on this Nashville hospital company

Goldman Sachs has its eyes on this Nashville hospital company

Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs has declared itself an activist investor in Brentwood-based Quorum Health Corp. Nashville Post reports that Goldman officials filed notice with the Securities and Exchange Commission late last week switching the company’s stance from passive to active. Goldman controls a 9.3% stake in […]

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Catholic Health Association names new CEO

Catholic Health Association names new CEO

The Catholic Health Association of the United States has promoted an internal candidate to president CEO of the nation’s largest group of nonprofit health care providers. The association said Monday that Sister Mary Haddad, currently CHA’s vice president of sponsorship and mission, will take the helm as […]

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Sarepta CEO's pay dropped 98 percent in 2018

Sarepta CEO's pay dropped 98 percent in 2018

In his second year at the helm of one of Boston’s few commercial-stage biotech companies, the Sarepta Therapeutics CEO’s overall pay dropped close to 98 percent. Source link

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10 things to know ahead of Pfizer's earnings report

10 things to know ahead of Pfizer's earnings report

The report comes just days after shareholders met and celebrated the success that the New York-based pharmaceutical giant. Source link

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High-profile deputy director named at 'heart of' St. Jude

High-profile deputy director named at 'heart of' St. Jude

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has named Dr. Charles Mullighan deputy director of its Cancer Center. The Comprehensive Cancer Center, where doctors create diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to treating cancer, is at the heart of St. Jude’s research efforts. In his new role, Mullighan will help direct initiatives […]

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More Valley hospitals beef up residency programs to tackle physician shortage

More Valley hospitals beef up residency programs to tackle physician shortage

One Phoenix-area health network is launching two new residency programs as area experts say the Arizona physician shortage is becoming one of the worst in the nation. Often these residency programs come out of hospitals’ own pockets because federal funding isn’t enough to cover the costs. Source […]

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List Leaders: Meet the 5 biggest cannabis businesses in Oregon

List Leaders: Meet the 5 biggest cannabis businesses in Oregon

Oregon’s largest cannabis businesses represent the growing diversification and consolidation of the young industry. Click on the images above to see the state’s five largest recreational cannabis businesses with the most Oregon employees. Paid subscribers can access The List in full, including organization contact information, below. Click […]

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