Stanford Health Care

Stanford Health Care workers protest against pay cuts | 5/22/2020

… our heroes yet we are calling them to sacrifice even more is appalling to me,” Kalra said. “So I can stand be and be silent when an institution that has as much wealth as Stanford health care pushes sacrifices onto our healthcare workers.” The protesters told Kalra that this outbreak won’t end anytime soon, so the pay cut will significantly affect them. Kalra believes the hospital has plenty of monetary …

Coronavirus Tests The Value Of Artificial Intelligence In Medicine | Kaiser Health News | 5/22/2020

Coronavirus Tests The Value Of Artificial Intelligence In Medicine By Ashley Gold May 22, 2020 h1 Coronavirus Tests The Value Of Artificial Intelligence In Medicine /h1 span class=”byline” Ashley Gold /span p Dr. Albert Hsiao and his colleagues at the University of California-San Diego health system had been working for 18 months on an a href=”https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2020-02-21/artificial-intelligence-inventor” artificial intelligence program /a …

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Mask on, gloves off: How to stay safe as counties loosen restrictions | 5/22/2020

… be leery of going out to restaurants even as they reopen. “I may get my haircut, but I don’t really need to dine out,” he said. “Delivery service is fine.” Even Dena Hill — a Stanford Health Care employee within the finance department who believes “it’s time to start thinking about the economy more than the pandemic” and expressed she would “immediately” go back to dine-in restaurants and hair salons …

Stanford Children’s Health Trauma Expert on How to Keep Children Safe at Home during COVID-19 | PR Newswire | 5/22/2020

… network of care includes more than 65 locations across Northern California and more than 85 locations in the U.S. Western region. As part of Stanford Medicine , a leading academic health system that also includes Stanford Health Care and Stanford University School of Medicine, we are cultivating the next generation of medical professionals and are at the forefront of scientific research to improve children’s health outcomes around the world. We are …

COVID-19 tests the value of artificial intelligence in medicine | Modern Healthcare | 5/22/2020

… hospital, Aphinyanaphongs said. Some health systems are leery of rolling out a technology that requires clinical validation in the middle of a pandemic. Others say they didn’t need AI to deal with the coronavirus. Stanford Health Care is not using AI to manage hospitalized patients with COVID-19, said Ron Li, the center’s medical informatics director for AI clinical integration. The San Francisco Bay Area hasn’t seen the expected surge …

5 ways rural hospitals can secure PPE | Becker’s Hospital Review | 5/21/2020

… assistance, pivoted its services to help transport PPE to rural areas in a partnership with the Colorado Hospital Association, according to Advisory Board. Use online platforms to trade supplies with other hospitals in need. Stanford Health Care , Premier and Resliinc created the Exchange platform , which matches hospitals with surpluses of supplies to those in need. Sanitize PPE to make it usable for longer. Rural hospitals can pool resources to get …

Top Tri-Valley Business Leaders Look to the Future | 5/21/2020

… labs and government leaders, organized the meeting to share ideas as the region fends off impacts of the pandemic and business closures caused by the statewide shelter-at-home orders. Rick Shumway, CEO of Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare, noted that the hospital system has developed “strong new collaborations with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and Sandia National Laboratories working on coronavirus testing and treatment.” Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare was among …

Online platform allows health care providers to swap supplies | 5/20/2020

As supplies needed at hospitals shift, online platforms are popping up, so they can swap with other facilities. One of them is a collaboration between Stanford Health Care , Premier and the logistics software company Resilinc. All providers need to do is log in to the system, share what they need and see if it’s being offered by another healthcare system. Then, they can in return give them supplies they may …

100 great hospitals in America | 2020 | Becker’s Hospital Review | 5/20/2020

… hospital in Virginia for 2019-20. The hospital is part of Sentara Healthcare, which has around 28,000 employees and four medical groups that include about 1,000 physicians. Stanford (Calif.) Hospital. After 10 years of planning, Stanford Health Care opened the $2 billion Stanford Hospital in November 2019. The hospital has 368 private rooms and was inspired by work at Apple; patients can have robots deliver their prescriptions while controlling the temperature …

Resuming surgery, patient care safely in the era of COVID-19 | Stanford | 5/19/2020

In a podcast interview, a Stanford Health Care physician leader discusses how the system is keeping patients safe as surgeries and other procedures resume. Author Paul Costello Published on May 19, 2020 May 19, 2020 Seven weeks after suspending nonemergency services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Stanford Health Care resumed almost all surgeries, diagnostic tests and other procedures. The move followed testing of the majority of health care …

COVID-19 testing expands in San Mateo County and through Stanford Health Care | 5/19/2020

… restaurant or other business that remain open to provide services to the community. Testing will be available at the Galvez lot on the Stanford campus. Appointments may be made through a video visit on Stanford Health Care’s My Health website , by registering here or by calling 650-498-9000 …

Coronavirus: Stanford finds no COVID-19 infections in 2019 swabs | The Mercury News | 5/19/2020

… wasn’t sickening people here in 2019. Stanford University scientists announced on Tuesday that there’s no trace of the deadly virus in 1,700 throat swabs taken from sick people visiting Bay Area-wide clinics of Stanford Health Care in November and December, when the outbreak was exploding in China. “No COVID-19 cases were identified, consistent with limited transmission in this population at this time,” reported investigator Dr. Catherine A. Hogan …

Fledging – with cancer | Stanford | 5/19/2020

… patient is different, and we need to find different ways of understanding that and helping address it,” said hematologist Michaela Liedtke , MD, associate professor of medicine, who treats young-adult blood cancer patients at Stanford Health Care . A family learning to cope For Llano’s mom, Mónica Hennings, his diagnosis felt real — in a terrible way — when Llano checked in at Packard Children’s and she first saw the word cancer above …

Should I Wear a Mask & Gloves to the Gym to Guard Against Coronavirus? | 5/18/2020

… when someone is breathing more heavily , they emit more droplets into the air and therefore increase the odds of transmitting the virus if they have it. Dr. Dean Winslow , an infectious disease specialist at Stanford Health Care , and Dr. Jake Deutsch , the founder of Cure Urgent Care in New York, spoke with Heavy about what people should know before heading back to the gym. Both cautioned that exercising outside is …

Pleasanton: Residents without symptoms can now get COVID-19 test at fairgrounds | 5/18/2020

… the first time, officials said on Friday. Going forward, any resident of the cities of Pleasanton, Dublin or Livermore – 10 years old or older – can now receive a COVID-19 test being administered by Stanford Health Care -ValleyCare without an appointment and no out-of-pocket expense. Previously, a patient needed to be symptomatic, exposed or meet certain health criteria to get a test. “We encourage ALL residents to get …

COVID-19 testing expands in Santa Clara, San Mateo counties | 5/15/2020

Starting this week, certain individuals who do not have COVID-19 symptoms will be able to get tested, thanks to new efforts to broaden access by San Mateo and Santa Clara counties and Stanford Health Care . Santa Clara County has expanded its testing eligibility with an eye on reaching its goal of 4,000 tests per day by May 31 . The program will focus on hotspots in parts of Mountain View …

Inflammatory Syndrome and COVID-19: What Do Parents Need to Know? | PR Newswire | 5/15/2020

… network of care includes more than 65 locations across Northern California and more than 85 locations in the U.S. Western region. As part of Stanford Medicine , a leading academic health system that also includes Stanford Health Care and Stanford University School of Medicine, we are cultivating the next generation of medical professionals and are at the forefront of scientific research to improve children’s health outcomes around the world. We are …

Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group’s Brightest Minds Pivot Businesses to Drive Positive COVID-19 Response | Markets Insider | Business Insider | 5/14/2020

… a collaboration of business leaders, educational institutions, research labs and government leaders driving the innovation economy in the Tri-Valley, an East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area . Rick Shumway , CEO of Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare, stated “we have strong new collaborations with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories working on coronavirus testing and treatment. Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare is one of the only hospitals in …

Beyond Covid-19, Expert Sees Major Threat to Human Health in Antibiotic Resistance | Health | independentnews.com | 5/14/2020

… process recognized 75 years ago that has weakened the life-saving power of the revolutionary drugs that transformed medicine around the time of World War II. Dr. Jake Scott, an infectious disease physician at Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare in Pleasanton, spoke last week about both threats: the COVID-19 pandemic that dominates today’s news and activities, and the slower acting pandemic that looks to have far greater consequences in future …

COVID-19 has kept families out of hospitals. Here’s why I miss them | Stanford | 5/13/2020

… met my eyes and whispered, “I am feeling very anxious.” I turned, reflexively scanning the room for her family. But no one was there. No one was there because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Stanford Health Care , like so many other hospitals, has restricted visitors to protect patients and staff. It’s a necessary, but hard step – and as I write this, I know leaders are closely monitoring the situation, with …

COVID-19 by the numbers: 51 stats, dollar figures and dates for hospital leaders to know | Becker’s Hospital Review | 5/13/2020

… received payments and agreed to the terms and conditions for receiving relief aid as of May 6. 1. Dignity Health: $180.3 million 2. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital: $119 million 3. Cleveland Clinic: $103.3 million 4. Stanford Health Care : $102.4 million 5. Intermountain Healthcare: $97.9 million 6. Memorial Hermann Health System: $92.4 million 7. NYU Langone Hospitals: $92.1 million 8. Sutter Health: $82.7 million 9. County of Los Angeles: $80.8 million (County …

How Stanford Healthcare is boosting its patient experience using EDW and dashboards | Healthcare IT News | 5/13/2020

… continuum, from patient outreach, to primary care, to inpatient settings and follow-up. “Patient experience is a huge component of our culture,” said Evan Moh, senior data scientist in the patient experience department at Stanford Health Care , during a recent HIMSS20 Digital presentation. Working hard to create an optimal experience for healthcare consumers is first and foremost just the right thing to do, of course. But there are benefits for …

Analyzing patient’s tumors, from the inside out | Stanford | 5/12/2020

… Author Krista Conger Published on May 12, 2020 May 11, 2020 People with advanced cancers – those that have metastasized or progressed in the face of treatment – may feel there’s no hope. But physicians at Stanford Health Care aren’t ready to give up on them. In the latest, cancer-themed issue of Stanford Medicine magazine, I describe Stanford Medicine’s molecular tumor board, which brings together a panel of experts to brainstorm …

Hospitals turn to online matchmakers to swap supplies | 5/12/2020

… bottles, said supply chain director Charlie Miceli. Meanwhile, his counterpart at a Lebanon, New Hampshire, hospital was hunting for hand sanitizer. They turned to The Exchange at Resilinc, a new online trading platform from Stanford Health Care , hospital consulting group Premier Inc. and logistics software company Resilinc. Miceli and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s Curtis Lancaster posted descriptions of what they needed and what they could trade. They were matched up …

SEIU: Stanford Gets More Federal Stimulus Money than Any Hospital System in CA Even as it Imposes Wage Cuts on Frontline Workers, Report Reveals | PR Newswire | 5/11/2020

PALO ALTO, Calif. A new report reveals that Stanford Health Care received more money from the federal CARES Act stimulus package than any other health system in California – $102.4 million – more than twice what they are estimated to be saving by cutting frontline employees’ pay during the coronavirus pandemic, with more money likely on the way. The discovery of Stanford Health Care ‘s large federal payment raises another troubling question about …

Digital Health

(USA) VP & GM - Accountable Care (Health Plan Operations) | 12/19/2019

Job Description: Position Summary The mission of Stanford Health Care and Stanford Medicine is to improve human health through discovery and care. This mission is expressed in the Stanford Integrated Strategic Plan through a focus … benefits and design features to exceed customer expectations. · Partner with Digital Health General Manager to lead innovation in accountable care offerings Equal Opportunity Employer Stanford Health Care (SHC) strongly values diversity and is committed to …

Patient Satisfaction

LeanTaaS raises $40 million to optimize health clinic operations with AI | VentureBeat | 12/12/2019

… of an inordinately long wait. Perhaps unsurprisingly, there’s a strong correlation between offices with longer average wait times and low patient satisfaction scores. And a whopping 20% of patients say they’d consider changing providers due … member institutions. (Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York-Presbyterian, Penn Medicine, Stanford Health Care, and UCSF Health are among its customers.) Following three funding tranches totaling $61 million led by Insight Partners, the company today announced …

National Cancer Institute

LeanTaaS raises $40 million to optimize health clinic operations with AI | VentureBeat | 12/12/2019

National Cancer Institute member institutions. (Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York-Presbyterian, Penn Medicine, Stanford Health Care, and UCSF Health are among its customers.) Following three funding tranches totaling $61 million led by Insight Partners, the company today announced that it’s closed a $40 million series C round from Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking Division, bringing its total raised to over $100 million. Right now, in the busy cold and flu season …

CDC

Over 2,000 Americans have already died from the flu this year — here’s what you need to know | Yahoo News | 12/11/2019

… including six children — between Oct. 1 and Nov. 30, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In that same time period, the virus has sent 1.2 million people to their … very different,” Eric A. Weiss , an emergency medicine physician with Stanford Health Care, tells Yahoo Lifestyle. Colds tend to come on gradually, while the flu seems to strike quickly and out of the blue. “Anyone …

Telehealth

Stanford Health Care deploys telehealth platform to bridge gaps in emergency care | Becker’s Hospital Review | 12/3/2019

Stanford Health Care deploys telehealth platform to bridge gaps in emergency care Jackie Drees - Print Email Stanford (Calif.) Health Care launched telehealth services within its pediatric emergency department to allow the health system’s pediatric specialists at other facilities to provide care for patients virtually, according to a Dec. 3 news release. Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital does not have an ED, so emergency care for pediatric patients is provided at …

Virtual Care

Stanford Health Care deploys telehealth platform to bridge gaps in emergency care | Becker’s Hospital Review | 12/3/2019

Stanford Health Care deploys telehealth platform to bridge gaps in emergency care Jackie Drees - Print Email Stanford (Calif.) Health Care launched telehealth services within its pediatric emergency department to allow the health system’s pediatric specialists … custom reporting features. The health system plans to deploy the virtual care services on a larger scale and add a telehealth workstation in every pediatric ED exam room, according to the news release. More articles …

Mental Health

Future of St. Joseph’s Hospital in St. Paul could be decided this month | 12/3/2019

… St. Joseph of Carondelet following a cholera outbreak, St. Joseph’s served generations of St. Paul residents. It currently maintains a mental health ward geared toward patients in crisis, including those from nearby homeless shelters such … in 2016. Hereford previously served as chief operations officer at Stanford Health Care and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, as well as holding key roles with the Group Health Care Delivery System. Related Topics …

Nurse Staffing

County to add services for survivors of sexual violence at Stanford Hospital | 12/3/2019

… planned to launch at the new hospital, once it opened, a more fully fledged center that would serve all people in northern Santa Clara County. “This partnership with Santa Clara County has allowed Stanford Health Care the opportunity to provide a private and supportive setting in our new emergency department where the county’s sexual-assault response team can deliver the highest level of compassionate care,” Stanford Health Care President and …

National Institutes of Health

Antibody Injection Stops Peanut Allergy for 2 to 6 Weeks, Study Shows | 12/2/2019

… Chinthrajah , MD, clinical associate professor of medicine and of pediatrics. Nadeau and Chinthrajah treat allergy, asthma and immunology patients through Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health . Immune-signal interference The antibody treatment, called etokimab … contributed to the research. The research was funded by the National Institutes of Health (grant R01AI140134), AnaptysBio Inc., the Hartman Vaccine Fund and the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford …

Clinical Data

Facial Fat Transfer Market Size Worth $4.2 Billion by 2026 | CAGR: 10.7%: Grand View Research, Inc. | PR Newswire | 12/2/2019

… can be attributed to the increasing disposable income and increasing awareness regarding the various aesthetic procedures Some of key companies profiled are Ranfac Corp; Cytori Therapeutics, Inc.; Allergan Plc.; Medikan International Inc.; and Stanford Health Care. Read 100 page research report with ToC on “Facial Fat Transfer Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Donor Site (Thigh, Flank), By End Use (Hospitals, Clinics & Surgery Centers), By Region ( North America , Europe …

Medicare

Addressing barriers to expanding genetic counseling | Modern Healthcare | 11/30/2019

… the potential it holds to lower healthcare costs by pinpointing how to care for patients. Genetic counselors can’t participate in Medicare, which threatens growth in the profession and could limit the number of patients who … counselor for the Stanford Center for Inherited Cardiovascular Disease at Stanford Health Care, recalls a time about 10 years ago when none of the genetic counseling services the hospital performed were billable to payers. Now …

Population Health

Addressing barriers to expanding genetic counseling | Modern Healthcare | 11/30/2019

… medical, behavioral and economic impact of genomic sequencing. Genetic counselors are becoming a bigger part of the healthcare continuum as population health management seeks to more quickly screen for, assess and prevent illness. But as … counselor for the Stanford Center for Inherited Cardiovascular Disease at Stanford Health Care, recalls a time about 10 years ago when none of the genetic counseling services the hospital performed were billable to payers. Now …

Medicaid

Google Alert - care plan | 11/28/2019

care plan As-it-happens update ⋅ November 27, 2019 WEB Advance Care Planning and What You Need to Know Stanford Health Care Advance Care Planning and What You Need to Know. In this workshop format … Mortality Butler County Educational Service Center The Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) and its Medicaid managed care plan partners recently awarded $1.3M to a collaborative community-wide … Flag as irrelevant Report: Health care costs in …

Discharge Planning

Social Work Clinician-Float (54165) - Palo Alto, CA, , USA #jobs #Palo Alto pls RT | 11/28/2019

Job Detail for Social Work Clinician-Float (54165) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, Social Work Clinician-Float (54165) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, , USA Jobs In Social Work Clinician … team, Medical Social Workers provide appropriate intervention services and/or discharge planning to patients and/or clients as well as their families receiving services within any department of the Stanford University Medical Center. Work typically …

Food and Drug Administration

Top Ten Ways To Buy A Used Lowest Price For Viagra 100mg | 11/23/2019

… Stanford Health Care. A single vaginal dose of sildenafil citrate 100 mg and monitored for four hours.With approval of sildenafil citrate by the Food and Drug Administration, heightened public consciousness, and recognizing the truth that impotence is often multifactorial, this initial how to increase viagra effectiveness report demonstrates the cardiac-vasodilating effect of sildenafil citrate when used together with nitrates.7. Taylor MJ, Rudkin L, Hawton Ok. Strategies for managing …

Community Health

2019 Holiday Fund campaign now underway | 11/22/2019

… funds will go directly to the nonprofits with no administrative expenses. Nonprofits benefiting from this year’s campaign will be Axis Community Health, CityServe of the Tri-Valley, Hope Hospice, Open Heart Kitchen, ValleyCare Charitable Foundation … Another beneficiary is ValleyCare Charitable Foundation, which provides support for Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare’s innovative medical programs and Pleasanton’s hospital. “This charitable foundation is dedicated to the health and betterment of the Tri-Valley,” said …

Home Health

2019 Holiday Fund campaign now underway | 11/22/2019

… provide care for our community’s most vulnerable residents.” ValleyCare Foundation Another beneficiary is ValleyCare Charitable Foundation, which provides support for Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare’s innovative medical programs and Pleasanton’s hospital. “This charitable foundation is dedicated … based nonprofit provider of in-home nursing, Hope Hospice and Home Health offers a full spectrum of patient care, from monitoring and treating a patient’s illness or condition, to helping to improve their quality of …

Medical Education

Words of appreciation: Thank-you notes from 15 health system CEOs | Becker’s Hospital Review | 11/21/2019

… holiday season, a time for reflection and giving thanks, this year I am especially grateful to our incredible employees at Stanford Health Care and the many members of our diverse and vibrant community. On Nov … even greater ability to improve health and grow our research, medical education and clinical programs. It’s a great time to be at Wake Forest Baptist. Thank you to the Wake Forest Baptist team for having …

Case Management

Case Manager - ED/CDU (54119) - Palo Alto, CA, , USA #jobs #Palo Alto pls RT | 11/21/2019

Job Detail for Case Manager - ED/CDU (54119) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, , USA Job Detail for Case Manager - ED/CDU (54119) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, , USA Jobs … 2. Current California RN licensure required.3. Recent experience in case management, utilization review or discharge planning preferred.4. Knowledge and abilities essential to the successful performance of the duties assigned to the position.5 …

Remote Monitoring

‘At Stanford, it’s a team sport’: How Eric Yablonka is fostering innovation with Silicon Valley in his backyard | Becker’s Hospital Review | 11/20/2019

… delivery and trash disposal. Sensors track staff and equipment to enhance inventory control and efficiency. Physicians and nurses can leverage remote monitoring tools from a single location. The Stanford Hospital also plans to use two … we unified the school of medicine IT group with the Stanford Health Care IT group. We believe that this will foster collaboration and innovation among clinicians at a higher level. Now that we can support …

Patient Safety

Stanford’s new tech-laden hospital includes pill-picking robots | Yahoo News | 11/18/2019

… happens when you build a tech-oriented hospital from the ground up. The university has opened a new hospital in Stanford Health Care’s campus that aims to be as capable and connected as the phone … an AI system with depth and thermal sensors to boost patient safety. There are questions about the price of all this tech. The new facility cost $2.1 billion to make. That’s a lot even for …

HIPAA

(USA-CA-San Jose) Medical Scribe / Flow Coordinator - Cancer Center (53811) | 11/5/2019

… beneath the signature lines, the FC will electronically Esign the record in addition to the physician’s signature. Equal Opportunity Employer Stanford Health Care (SHC) strongly values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity and non … Attend any required Stanford new-employee orientation sessions, complete all HIPAA/Compliance training and background/exclusion checks required, receive any vaccinations required, and sign all applicable confidentiality agreements and forms. Must possess significant medical terminology …

Coordinated Care

(USA-CA-Palo Alto) Clinical Nurse (RN), South Bay Cancer 1.0 FTE 10hr Days (53990) | 11/3/2019

… Evaluates own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, relevant statues, rules and regulations. Performs assigned duties responsibilities in accordance with the service standards of the Hospital. Equal Opportunity Employer Stanford Health Care (SHC) strongly values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all of its policies and practices, including the area of employment. Accordingly, SHC does not discriminate against any person on …

Medical Research

Landmark Study Released from Stanford Medical School Reveals First Ever Predictive Model for Uncontrolled Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Related to Social Determinants | PR Newswire | 10/29/2019

SAN FRANCISCO Dr. Sanjay Basu and Dr. Rajiv Narayanaswamy , in conjunction with Stanford Medical School, recently released an article in an August issue of Medical Care that addresses social determinant health (SDH) factors in the formation of uncontrolled type 2 diabetes mellitus (Hemoglobin A1c greater than 9%). The research is based on terabytes of area level data and claims data on over 1 million patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus …

Patient Data Collection

Safety Observation Specialist, Days, 1.0 (53431) - Palo Alto, CA, , USA #jobs #Palo Alto pls RT | 10/29/2019

Job Detail for Safety Observation Specialist, Days, 1.0 (53431) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, Safety Observation Specialist, Days, 1.0 (53431) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, , USA Jobs In Safety … attachment and functionality of monitoring equipment. SOS is responsible for patient data collection, communications, and notifying appropriate staff of potential problems. SOS performs near-continuous video monitoring in the Neuro department and ensures that EEG …

UnitedHealth Group

Buzzy primary care company One Medical is set to start trading Friday after raising $245 million in its IPO (ONEM) | Business Insider | 1/31/2020

… UnitedHealth Group’s Optum division. Before that, he was the CEO of Stanford Health Care. Lee, for his part, founded a new healthcare startup called Galileo , which offers a mix of online and in-person care. The goal is to do a better job of taking care of sicker people in the government-funded healthcare programs Medicare and Medicaid. Never miss out on healthcare news. Subscribe to Dispensed , our weekly newsletter …

Allergan

Facial Fat Transfer Market Size Worth $4.2 Billion by 2026 | CAGR: 10.7%: Grand View Research, Inc. | PR Newswire | 12/2/2019

Allergan Plc.; Medikan International Inc.; and Stanford Health Care. Read 100 page research report with ToC on “Facial Fat Transfer Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Donor Site (Thigh, Flank), By End Use (Hospitals, Clinics & Surgery Centers), By Region ( North America , Europe , APAC, Latin America , MEA), And Segment Forecasts, 2019 - 2026” at: https://www.grandviewresearch.com/industry-analysis/facial-fat-transfer-market According to the United Nations data, individuals above the …

Pfizer

The Most Overlooked Fact About 150 Mg Viagra Ok Revealed | 11/23/2019

… a life-style issue, is totally misguided,” says Dr. Leah Millheiser, the director of the Feminine Sexual Drugs Program at Stanford Health Care.FP7, whose husband’s use of Viagra coincided with a decline in non‐coital … medicine for treating ED, or erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil citrate (Viagra, Pfizer) is a phosphodiesterase sort walgreens pharmacy prices for viagra 5 inhibitor and thought of a rehabilitation therapy for men after prostatectomy, in line with …

Cerner

How Apple helped inspire Stanford’s new hospital & 14 other health IT notes | Becker’s Hospital Review | 11/21/2019

Here’s the latest roundup of stories about health IT companies, including Apple, Cerner and Google. 1. While Department of Veterans Affairs plans to deploy its new Cerner EHR in March 2020, a House Veterans Affairs … after hearing the company would be acquired by Google . 10. Stanford Health Care incorporated user experience ideas from Apple to leverage technology in ways that make its new Palo Alto, Calif.-based hospital more hospitable …

Apple Health

How Apple helped inspire Stanford’s new hospital & 14 other health IT notes | Becker’s Hospital Review | 11/21/2019

Here’s the latest roundup of stories about health IT companies, including Apple, Cerner and Google. 1. While Department of Veterans Affairs plans to deploy its new Cerner EHR in March 2020, a House Veterans Affairs … after hearing the company would be acquired by Google . 10. Stanford Health Care incorporated user experience ideas from Apple to leverage technology in ways that make its new Palo Alto, Calif.-based hospital more hospitable …

Allscripts

The biggest challenge in IT isn’t tech — it’s building a culture of collaboration | Becker’s Hospital Review | 10/10/2019

Stanford Health Care and Stanford Medicine, Paul Black, CEO of Allscripts, Bruce Metz, PhD, vice president and CIO of UConn Health, and Stephanie Gravenor, co-founder and CEO of Medecipher Solutions. It’s a straightforward process for CIOs to partner with tech vendors and trusted advisors who can guide a healthcare organization through the process of implementing advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain. “The real challenge is the people …

Vizient

Stanford Medicine recognized by Vizient as a top performer in quality and safety for 2019 | News Center | Stanford Medicine | 9/20/2019

Stanford Medicine recognized by Vizient as a top performer in quality and safety for 2019 Sep 20 2019 Stanford Medicine has been ranked in the top ten percent among peer academic medical centers (AMCs) for … were jointly accepted by David Entwistle , president and CEO of Stanford Health Care and Lloyd Minor , MD, dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine , on September 19 during the 2019 Vizient Connections Education Summit …

MRIdian

ViewRay to install MRIdian platform at Stanford Health Care | 9/13/2019

CLEVELAND, Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – ViewRay, Inc. (NASDAQ: VRAY) announced today that Stanford Health Care in Stanford, California, will acquire a MRIdian, the world’s leading MR-guided radiation therapy system. MRIdian integrates MRI technology, radiation delivery, and proprietary software to locate, target, and track soft-tissue and tumors. These capabilities allow MRIdian to deliver accurate doses of radiation to the tumor while protecting nearby healthy tissues and vulnerable structures, enabling …

Optum

Dr. David Rhew jumps from Samsung to Microsoft, Happify Health names new CMO and other digital health hires | MobiHealthNews | 8/14/2019

… Zucker was formerly the chief medical officer for CHESS Health and senior medical director of new product and innovation at Optum. He is a trained psychiatrist and will be overseeing clinical trials and research, as … Medical School; and Dr. Chris Furmansky , director of innovation at Stanford Health Care, will also be joining the board. Digital behavioral health company AbleTo announced that Dr. David Whitehouse will be joining the team as …

Twistle

Stanford, Sutter Health to Explore Joint Cancer Care Services in East Bay | HIT Consultant | 7/19/2019

… Services in East Bay //hitconsultant.net/2019/07/19/stanford-sutter-health-to-explore-joint-cancer-care-services-in-east-bay/. Captcha Submit Stanford Health Care and Sutter Health have signed a letter of intent to explore opportunities … programs to serve patients in the East Bay,” said David Entwistle , president, and CEO of Stanford Health Care. “Partnering with Sutter Health, with its well-established, high-quality cancer program in the area, is the …

Illumina

Luna DNA Announces Dawn Barry, former Illumina VP, as President | PR Newswire | 1/15/2018

… talk will address how Luna DNA will leverage the blockchain for revolutionizing how medical research is conducted. Co-hosted with Stanford Health Care, UCSF, University of Michigan , Duke University , Duke Health, and Johns Hopkins , PMWC … Barry served as the vice president of Applied Genomics at Illumina (NASDAQ: ILMN ) where she integrated market development strategies with product and business model innovation to accelerate the application of genomics in medicine and personal …

Evolent Health

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | Business Wire | 12/14/2017

… for health plans and their sponsors. Prior to Collective Health, he served as Senior Vice President of Employer Solutions at Evolent Health, led the healthcare system industry focus and middle-market work at Towers Watson … BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields of cancer metabolism and rare genetic disorders of metabolism), and …

Collective Health

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | Business Wire | 12/14/2017

SAN FRANCISCO- Collective Health today announced the addition of three seasoned healthcare and HR leaders who will provide critical expertise around driving greater value and innovation in employee health benefits. Eric Parmenter will lead Collective … BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields of cancer metabolism and rare genetic disorders of metabolism), and …

Andreessen Horowitz

Audio Learning Company Knowable Raises $4 Million In Funding | 10/7/2019

Audio learning company Knowable recently announced that it raised $4 million in a seed Andreessen Horowitz Knowable — an audio learning company that it raised $4 million in a seed Andreessen Horowitz with participation from Upfront … featuring W. Christopher Winter, MD (author of The Sleep Solution), Stanford Health Care Director of Sleep & Circadian Health Fiona Barwick, PhD, and Russell Foster of the Oxford Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute. “Despite the explosive …

How a S.F. startup thinks it can disrupt the nursing shortage | The Business Journals | 9/16/2019

… open jobs. Their San Francisco company, called Incredible Health, last week disclosed a $15 million Series A round led by Andreessen Horowitz. Also participating in the funding were San Francisco venture firms NFX, Obvious Ventures … employees in two years, Abuzeid said, and clients such as Stanford Health Care, UCSF Medical Center, John Muir Health and the merged Dignity Health/Catholic Health Initiative organization, called CommonSpirit Health. “There are three or …

Precursor Ventures

How a S.F. startup thinks it can disrupt the nursing shortage | The Business Journals | 9/16/2019

… A round led by Andreessen Horowitz. Also participating in the funding were San Francisco venture firms NFX, Obvious Ventures and Precursor Ventures and others. Incredible Health plans to use the fresh cash to expand nationwide … employees in two years, Abuzeid said, and clients such as Stanford Health Care, UCSF Medical Center, John Muir Health and the merged Dignity Health/Catholic Health Initiative organization, called CommonSpirit Health. “There are three or …

Healthcare hiring platform expands efforts to link nurses with permanent hospital jobs | Becker’s Hospital Review | 9/13/2019

Incredible Health, a healthcare hiring platform that connects nurses to permanent jobs at hospitals, has raised $15 million in Series A funding to speed the expansion of the platform nationally. The funding round — led by investor Andreessen Horowitz with participation from NFX, Obvious Ventures, Precursor Ventures and others— comes as Incredible Health has boosted its clients in California to 150 hospitals, including Stanford Health Care and Los Angeles-based Cedars …

Google Ventures

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | Business Wire | 12/14/2017

… is currently a Senior Advisor at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields … October 2013, Collective Health is backed by NEA, Founders Fund, Google Ventures, and other leading investors. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, Calif. For more information, visit https://www.collectivehealth.com . Contacts Collective Health Nicole Colwell …

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | 12/13/2017

… is currently a Senior Advisor at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields … October 2013, Collective Health is backed by NEA, Founders Fund, Google Ventures, and other leading investors. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, Calif. For more information …

Stanford Hospital

A doctor’s prescription to save patients money, grief and sticker shock - MarketWatch | 2/18/2020

A few weeks ago, Perla Ni went to the Stanford Health Care hospital system for a breast biopsy. Days later she was given the procedure’s price: $143,396.66. I know everything costs more in California, but … the airline refused to show prices until after your flight. Stanford hospital is not alone. Despite claims that hospitals have razor-thin margins, large hospitals are building granite lobbies, planting Zen gardens and reporting record …

One Medical

Buzzy primary care company One Medical is set to start trading Friday after raising $245 million in its IPO (ONEM) | Business Insider | 1/31/2020

One Medical at the Nasdaq on the day of its initial public offering. Nasdaq One Medical surged in its stock-market debut. The company priced its shares at $14 apiece on Thursday. The stock closed … Group’s Optum division. Before that, he was the CEO of Stanford Health Care. Lee, for his part, founded a new healthcare startup called Galileo , which offers a mix of online and in-person care. The …

Stanford Medicine

Stanford University reports FY 2019 financial results | 12/4/2019

… net assets increased $2.0 billion, or 5 percent, to end the year at $45.2 billion. Consolidated results include the university, Stanford Health Care (SHC) and Lucile Salter Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford (LPCH), and other … for business affairs, chief financial officer and university liaison for Stanford Medicine. Net assets of the university, excluding SHC and LPCH, increased 4 percent, to $38.5 billion. The university’s endowment rose in value by 5 …

Stanford University Medical Center

Social Work Clinician-Float (54165) - Palo Alto, CA, , USA #jobs #Palo Alto pls RT | 11/28/2019

Job Detail for Social Work Clinician-Float (54165) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, Social Work Clinician-Float (54165) Job Location: Stanford Health Care, Palo Alto, CA, , USA Jobs In Social Work Clinician … as their families receiving services within any department of the Stanford University Medical Center. Work typically involves a variety of bio-psycho-social issues, assessment of the social needs as related to the patient’s/client’s …

Mayo Clinic

Doctors give electronic health records an ‘F’ | News Center | Stanford Medicine | 11/25/2019

… the bottom. And then, well below that, comes electronic health records, according to a study published online Nov. 14 in Mayo Clinic Proceedings . Doctors gave EHRs, now in widespread use across the country, an “F … care at its three institutions - Stanford University School of Medicine , Stanford Health Care (formerly Stanford Hospital & Clinics) , and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford . For more information, please visit the Office of Communication & Public Affairs site …

Dignity Health

(USA-CA-SANTA CRUZ) Staff RN ll - Medical / Surgical / Orthopedics | 11/23/2019

Dignity Health Staff RN ll - Medical / Surgical / Orthopedics in SANTA CRUZ , California Overview About Us Dominican Hospital (a member of Dignity Health) is a 222-bed facility that offers a wide range of services to … Neurosurgery at Dominican is also offered through a partnership with Stanford Health Care. In The Community Beyond care inside the hospital, Dominican is dedicated to the health and wellness of the Santa Cruz community. Community …

Scripps Health

Words of appreciation: Thank-you notes from 15 health system CEOs | Becker’s Hospital Review | 11/21/2019

… holiday season, a time for reflection and giving thanks, this year I am especially grateful to our incredible employees at Stanford Health Care and the many members of our diverse and vibrant community. On Nov … to you, all. Chris Van Gorder President and CEO of Scripps Health (San Diego) This has been a tough year in healthcare, with all of the changes we are going through, as well as worry …

CommonSpirit Health

Words of appreciation: Thank-you notes from 15 health system CEOs | Becker’s Hospital Review | 11/21/2019

… quality care and emotional support they deserve and expect from us. Lloyd H. Dean and Kevin E. Lofton CEOs of CommonSpirit Health (Chicago) Dear CommonSpirit Health, As 2019 comes to a close, we want to … year I am especially grateful to our incredible employees at Stanford Health Care and the many members of our diverse and vibrant community. On Nov. 17, we officially opened the new Stanford Hospital, a facility …

NYU Langone Health

Excessive obsessing and rumination takes a toll on you physically and mentally | 11/21/2019

… of negative consequences on our well-being. As David Spiegel , the director of the Center on Stress and Health at Stanford Health Care, puts it, “ There are times when the worry about the problem is … a clinical assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at NYU Langone Health. You’re less creative A study from the U.K. discovered that when certain parts of your brain and cognitive processes are quiet, you’re …

Cleveland Clinic

Meet the surgeon/architect behind the new Stanford Hospital: A podcast | 11/18/2019

… the task of getting a new hospital built, George Tingwald, MD, fits the bill. Tingwald, director of medical planning at Stanford Health Care, is both a surgeon and an architect. His path in medicine, he … with a minor in fine arts. “I went to the Cleveland Clinic after medical school to do my residency, Malcom Cutting , who’s sort of my mentor, was the campus architect. He knew I had this …

HCA

3 companies hiring ASC leaders | Becker’s ASC Review | 11/14/2019

Three healthcare businesses are seeking leaders for their outpatient operations: 1. Stanford Health Care. Stanford Health Care in Palo Alto, Calif., is seeking a director of ambulatory perioperative services. The candidate would be responsible for planning, organizing, directing and leading nursing care support services. A candidate with a master’s degree is preferred, as well as one with five years of experience in ambulatory management. Learn more here. 2. United Surgical …

Kaiser Permanente

New CA Hospital Safety Ratings Released: 2 Get ‘F’ Grade | Patch | 11/10/2019

… Hospital - South San Francisco Kaiser Foundation Hospital - Vallejo Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Orange County - Anaheim Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Orange County-Irvine Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center Kaiser Permanente Foundation Hospital South Bay Kaiser Permanente Foundation Hospital … St. Joseph’s Medical Center of Stockton St. Jude Medical Center Stanford Health Care Sutter Davis Hospital Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital Twin Cities Community Hospital UC San Diego Health Hillcrest - Hillcrest Medical Center UC San …

Watsonville Community Hospital, Watsonville CA

New CA Hospital Safety Ratings Released: 2 Get ‘F’ Grade | Patch | 11/10/2019

… Memorial Hospital Sherman Oaks Hospital Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center St. Joseph’s Medical Center of Stockton St. Jude Medical Center Stanford Health Care Sutter Davis Hospital Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital Twin Cities Community Hospital … Moffitt-Long Hospitals USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Valley Presbyterian Hospital Watsonville Community Hospital West Anaheim Medical Center Grade D Adventist Health and Rideout Alameda Hospital California Pacific Medical Center - California Campus California Pacific Medical Center …

MemorialCare

New CA Hospital Safety Ratings Released: 2 Get ‘F’ Grade | Patch | 11/10/2019

… Memorial Hospital Sherman Oaks Hospital Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center St. Joseph’s Medical Center of Stockton St. Jude Medical Center Stanford Health Care Sutter Davis Hospital Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital Twin Cities Community Hospital … Intercommunity Hospital Long Beach Memorial Medical Center Marshall Medical Center MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center MemorialCare Saddleback Medical Center Mercy Hospital of Folsom Mills-Peninsula Health Services Montclair Hospital Medical Center NorthBay Medical Center Palmdale …

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Palo Alto CA

(USA-CA-Palo Alto) Social Work Clinician-Ambulatory Care (53977) | 10/27/2019

Req:53977 Job Description The Social Work Job Family consists of three levels of professional non-supervisory social work in a health care institutional setting at Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital: Social Work Clinician, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Advanced Clinical Social Worker. This job family is limited to those positions that require a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from an accredited school of social work …

Children's Hospital, Erie PA

Corner Office: Stanford Children’s CEO Paul King on why he always remembers ‘to take a jacket’ | Becker’s Hospital Review | 10/25/2019

… day, making him the perfect fit for his role as president and CEO of Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, both based in Palo Alto, Calif. Mr. King, who joined Stanford Children’s … Stanford School of Medicine. I have begun meeting frequently with Stanford Health Care CEO David Entwistle and Stanford University School of Medicine Dean Lloyd Minor, MD, to address issues of mutual concern. For Stanford Children’s …

Sutter Health

Inaugural Bay Area Health Summit Brings Healthcare Industry Together to Transform Communities | PR Newswire | 10/16/2019

… Stanford Health Care—Platinum sponsor Sutter Health—Gold sponsor Alignment Health Plan—Silver sponsor Health Net—Silver sponsor UnitedHealthcare—Silver sponsor Aetna—Gallery sponsor Anthem—Gallery sponsor UPshow—Gallery sponsor theDifference Consulting—Facilitation “We are deeply honored to have collaborated with the best and brightest subject matter experts for this inspirational event where all participants had the opportunity to bring their unique perspectives and experience to the table, helping contribute …

John Muir Health

Stanford, UCSF double down on East Bay cancer care | The Business Journals | 10/14/2019

Stanford Health Care have plans to extend further in the region as well. UCSF is partnering with John Muir Health to expand its footprint beyond anchors like UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland with a new Berkeley outpatient center to include space for specialized cancer care. That’s in addition to a planned 100,000-square-foot cancer facility at John Muir’s Walnut Creek campus slated to open in 2023, said Mike Thomas …

UCSF Medical Center

How a S.F. startup thinks it can disrupt the nursing shortage | The Business Journals | 9/16/2019

… Stanford Health Care, UCSF Medical Center, John Muir Health and the merged Dignity Health/Catholic Health Initiative organization, called CommonSpirit Health. “There are three or four components to get right,” said Abuzeid, who has a medical degree and an MBA. “You need the algorithms and the technologies, you need to know how to attract talent and do it consistently and efficiently to get hospitals to sign up.” Legacy job boards …

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Andreessen Horowitz leads Series A round for Incredible Health | PE Hub | 9/12/2019

… Stanford Health Care, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and CommonSpirit Health, the company’s first-of-its-kind career marketplace uses proprietary algorithm-based tech to match the needs of hospitals with the right nurses for permanent jobs. The company’s founders understand the challenge well. CEO Iman Abuzeid is an MD and Wharton alum, and CTO Rome Portlock is an MIT alum from a family of nurses. “As a trained physician with …

AHMC Healthcare

Digital health records are bringing better care and less cost to California consumers | The Business Journals | 9/11/2019

… Stanford Health Care, San Diego-based Scripps Health, Southern California hospital network AHMC Healthcare, Northridge-based Heritage California, and San Ramon-based Hill Physicians joined Manifest , which now has more than 200 healthcare providers and hospitals statewide. Networks like Manifest seek to help providers deliver improved care by giving them important insights about their patients across the continuum from prescriptions and diagnostic tests to therapeutic treatment. For example, primary care …

Massachusetts General Hospital

Your guide to using iCloud in business | 8/20/2019

Massachusetts General Hospital, Stanford Health Care and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital are all deploying around iOS. Egnyte claims various models of iPad and iPhone account for the entire top 10 most used mobile solutions, in terms of actual activity. Apple’s service can become a useful component for any enterprise attempting to mitigate shadow IT. We know employees will use unapproved software if it’s easier or more accessible than sanctioned …

Northwestern Memorial Hospital

Ciitizen launches scorecard to rate providers on patient data access | MedCity News | 8/19/2019

Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Illinois and Stanford Health Care in California. The name-and-shame strategy is taken out of the playbook of the healthcare quality movement, which Ciitizen claims has moved the needle in helping to improve measurement and reporting standards by providers nationwide. Alongside the scorecard, the startup also conducted a phone survey of more than 3000 healthcare organizations which found that more than 50 percent of healthcare …

Mount Sinai Hospital

These two Boston hospitals were ranked best in the nation by US News & World Report | Boston Globe | 7/30/2019

Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital, Palo Alto, Calif. 13. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston 14. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York 15. UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside, Pittsburgh 16. Keck Hospital of USC, Los Angeles 17. University of Wisconsin Hospitals, Madison 18. Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, Philadelphia (tie) 18. Mayo Clinic-Phoenix (tie) 20. Houston Methodist Hospital (tie) 20. Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Conn. (tie) The 2019-20 …

Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH

U.S. News Releases 2019-2020 Top Hospitals List | WebMD | 7/30/2019

… delivering “exceptional treatment across multiple areas of care.” Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore holds the No. 3 spot, while the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio is No. 4 on the list. New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia … 11. University of Michigan Hospitals-Michigan Medicine, Ann Arbor 12. Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital, Palo Alto, CA 13. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston 14. Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City 15. UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside …

Health Net

Inaugural Bay Area Health Summit Brings Healthcare Industry Together to Transform Communities | PR Newswire | 10/16/2019

… Stanford Health Care—Platinum sponsor Sutter Health—Gold sponsor Alignment Health Plan—Silver sponsor Health Net—Silver sponsor UnitedHealthcare—Silver sponsor Aetna—Gallery sponsor Anthem—Gallery sponsor UPshow—Gallery sponsor theDifference Consulting—Facilitation “We are deeply honored to have collaborated with the best and brightest subject matter experts for this inspirational event where all participants had the opportunity to bring their unique perspectives and experience to the table, helping contribute …

4 ASCs recruiting nurse managers | Becker’s ASC Review | 8/22/2019

… the District of Columbia who has three years of experience in hospital nursing. Read more about the position here. 2. Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare. An ASC in Livermore, Calif. in the Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare … hospital setting. Read more about the position here. 4. Community Health Network. An ASC within the Community Health Network in Noblesville, Ind., is looking for a nurse manager to run the ASC’s infection control, supply …

Tom Lee

Buzzy primary care company One Medical is set to start trading Friday after raising $245 million in its IPO (ONEM) | Business Insider | 1/31/2020

… Tom Lee, who served as the company’s CEO until 2017. CEO Amir Rubin joined One Medical in 2017 after working as an executive at UnitedHealth Group’s Optum division. Before that, he was the CEO of Stanford Health Care. Lee, for his part, founded a new healthcare startup called Galileo , which offers a mix of online and in-person care. The goal is to do a better job of taking care …

Joe Sardano

Sensus Healthcare Announces Sculptura™ Shipment to California-based Medical Center Third Sculptura system sold worldwide Nasdaq:SRTS | Globe Newswire | 1/22/2020

… oncological and non-oncological conditions, is pleased to announce it has shipped and installed a Sculptura™ radiation oncology system to Stanford Health Care in Palo Alto, Calif. The system was shipped in December. This is … shipped another Sculptura™ system to another academic medical center,” said Joe Sardano, Sensus Healthcare’s chairman and chief executive officer. “Our presence had a highly favorable reception in September at the ASTRO trade show, the foremost …

Jackie Drees

Stanford Health Care deploys telehealth platform to bridge gaps in emergency care | Becker’s Hospital Review | 12/3/2019

Stanford Health Care deploys telehealth platform to bridge gaps in emergency care Jackie Drees - Print Email Stanford (Calif.) Health Care launched telehealth services within its pediatric emergency department to allow the health system’s pediatric specialists at other facilities to provide care for patients virtually, according to a Dec. 3 news release. Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital does not have an ED, so emergency care for pediatric patients is provided at …

Gary Fritz

How Apple helped inspire Stanford’s new hospital | Becker’s Hospital Review | 11/18/2019

Stanford Health Care incorporated user experience ideas from Apple to leverage technology in ways that make its new Palo Alto, Calif.-based hospital more hospitable, according to The Wall Street Journal . The new $2.1 billion … friendly to be a patient and clinicians, and support healing,” Gary Fritz, Stanford Health Care’s chief of applications, told WSJ . “It’s like when you experience Apple iPhone design or Amazon design. It’s a natural way …

Christopher Sharp

‘Wow, beautiful’: Community members glimpse new hospital at open house | News Center | Stanford Medicine | 9/16/2019

… they’re part of it — that it’s their hospital. That’s what we hoped to accomplish,” David Entwistle , president and CEO of Stanford Health Care, said as he greeted guests in the soaring, light-filled atrium. The … It’s so nice,” said Aidan, who came with his father, Christopher Sharp, MD, clinical professor of medicine at Stanford. Lloyd Minor , MD, dean of the Stanford School of Medicine, said the new hospital will help …

Claudia Williams

Digital health records are bringing better care and less cost to California consumers | The Business Journals | 9/11/2019

… this year, $50 million in state and federal money was used to fund further participation in non-profit health exchanges. Claudia Williams, chief executive of the state’s largest health data network, Manifest MedEx, said participation … of California, Inland Empire Health Plan and Anthem. Most recently, Stanford Health Care, San Diego-based Scripps Health, Southern California hospital network AHMC Healthcare, Northridge-based Heritage California, and San Ramon-based Hill Physicians joined …

Chan Zuckerberg

Applications sought for Chan Zuckerberg Biohub fellowships | News Center | Stanford Medicine | 8/14/2019

… UC-Berkeley or UC-San Francisco or at a Biohub lab in San Francisco. Aug 14 2019 David Cornfield The Chan Zuckerberg Biohub , a medical research organization that collaborates with Stanford , UC-Berkeley and UC … care at its three institutions - Stanford University School of Medicine , Stanford Health Care (formerly Stanford Hospital & Clinics) , and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford . For more information, please visit the Office of Communication & Public Affairs site …

Kelly Gooch

Stanford Health Care, Lucile Packard reach labor deals, avert nurses’ strike | Becker’s Hospital Review | 5/1/2019

Stanford Health Care, Lucile Packard reach labor deals, avert nurses’ strike Kelly Gooch - Print Email Stanford (Calif.) Health Care and Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, Calif., have reached tentative contracts with their registered nurses, averting a strike, according to the San Francisco Chronicle . The three-year collective bargaining agreements cover 3,700 nurses at Stanford and Lucile Packard, who are represented by the Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement. A …

Barrett Larson

Study Finds Leaf System Offers Patients Significant Protection Against Pressure Injuries | PR Newswire | 1/23/2018

… 73% less likely to develop a pressure injury 35 PLEASANTON, Calif. , Jan. 23, A new clinical study by researchers at Stanford Health Care looked at whether a wearable patient sensor could improve patient outcomes. The … world customer experience,” said Leaf Healthcare CEO and co-founder Barrett Larson . “This study is an important step towards redefining the standard of care for pressure injury prevention.” Several studies have shown the Leaf System …

Dawn Barry

Luna DNA Announces Dawn Barry, former Illumina VP, as President | PR Newswire | 1/15/2018

… first and only genomic and medical research knowledge base powered by the blockchain and owned by its community, announced today Dawn Barry as president. In this role, Barry will be responsible for leading operations, communicating … for revolutionizing how medical research is conducted. Co-hosted with Stanford Health Care, UCSF, University of Michigan , Duke University , Duke Health, and Johns Hopkins , PMWC will cover disruptive approached and technologies in personalized medicine. “Dawn’s …

Ali Diab

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | Business Wire | 12/14/2017

… been appointed as strategic advisors. “Employer-sponsored health benefits is quickly becoming the forefront for transformation in American healthcare,” said Ali Diab, co-founder and CEO of Collective Health. “As we create products and experiences … BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields of cancer metabolism and rare genetic disorders of metabolism), and …

Kaye Foster

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | Business Wire | 12/14/2017

… and innovation in employee health benefits. Eric Parmenter will lead Collective Health’s value-based care efforts, and Larry Leisure and Kaye Foster have been appointed as strategic advisors. “Employer-sponsored health benefits is quickly becoming … BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields of cancer metabolism and rare genetic disorders of metabolism), and …

Eric Parmenter

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | Business Wire | 12/14/2017

… seasoned healthcare and HR leaders who will provide critical expertise around driving greater value and innovation in employee health benefits. Eric Parmenter will lead Collective Health’s value-based care efforts, and Larry Leisure and Kaye … BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields of cancer metabolism and rare genetic disorders of metabolism), and …

Larry Leisure

Collective Health Expands Leadership and Advisory Board with Healthcare and HR Industry Leaders | Business Wire | 12/14/2017

… driving greater value and innovation in employee health benefits. Eric Parmenter will lead Collective Health’s value-based care efforts, and Larry Leisure and Kaye Foster have been appointed as strategic advisors. “Employer-sponsored health benefits … BCG). Additionally, Kaye serves on the Board of Trustees of Stanford Health Care, the Board of Directors of Agios Pharmaceuticals (a leader in the fields of cancer metabolism and rare genetic disorders of metabolism), and …