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Capella Healthcare’s Goal is to Forge Partnerships that Make Communities Better

April 29, 2015
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Michael Wiechart, President and Chief Executive Officer Capella Healthcare may be in the business of acquiring and partnering with community hospitals for the sake of building strong local healthcare systems, but the organization has not embraced some of the approaches common in today’s marketplace. Rather, Capella approaches all potential partners, in the words of Michael […]

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AcuityHealthcare is First 100% Employee-Owned U.S. Long-Term Acute Care Hospital Company

June 16, 2014
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PODCAST : Edwin H. Cooper Jr., president and CEO of AcuityHealthcare, based in Charlotte, N.C., discusses the process by which his organization became the first 100-percent employee-owned long-term acute care hospital company in the United States and the impact this will have on Acuity’s future.  

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Crittenton Hospital Medical Center: Gregory Partamian, Chief Operating Officer

March 16, 2012

Healthcare around the country is moving toward a more integrated approach with entities operating less in silos and forming more strategic partnerships with other facilities, organizations, or businesses. As many hospitals merge with larger healthcare systems, independent, not-for-profit community hospitals are examining their viability and their need to add partners in a range of areas. […]

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