Pennsylvania Hospital Learns How to Do More with Less

April 16, 2014

When John Krolicki accepted the position of vice president of facilities and support services at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s Presbyterian Shadyside Hospital six years ago, he was tasked with one overarching goal: standardizing the hospital’s systems from both a maintenance and medical perspective. Originally from the Detroit area, Krolicki had previously worked with […]

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Pennsylvania Senior Care Pioneer Leads through Collaboration

April 10, 2014

Paul W. Winkler, chief executive officer of Presbyterian SeniorCare, first joined the organization in 1987, when his predecessor, Charles W. Pruitt, was leading the Board of Directors into areas previously untouched by senior care. At the time, Presbyterian SeniorCare already had a reputation for being a pioneer in senior living and was breaking new ground […]

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UPMC CIO Predicts Healthcare IT Trends

April 9, 2013

UPMC is one of the most successful and prominent healthcare providers in the country. Located in Pittsburgh, Pa., this “$10-billion nonprofit company…crosses many lines in healthcare–it’s a huge care provider, a 2-million–member insurance company, a research institution, employer of 55,000 people, and even an investor in technology companies,” Chris Murphy writes at InformationWeek. Murphy interviewed […]

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UPMC employees give company, CEO a flunking grade

September 6, 2010

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center CEO Jeffrey Romoff makes a very, very nice income, more than $5 million during the last fiscal year in fact. Hell, maybe that’s reasonable, given that UPMC generated a staggering $8 billion last year, and manages not only properties in Pennsylvania but across Europe. Still, I’ve gotta say, he and […]

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