Last month, two Nashville companies merged to form Trilliant Health.
Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter recently announced the addition of Matthew C. Stearns as the chief financial officer of the clinic and its associated operations.
Last month, Alive Hospice began accepting patients at their new facility, The Residence At Alive Hospice - Murfreesboro.
Nashville-based Correct Care Solutions (CCS) has named Juan C. Perez to serve as the company's chief financial officer, according to the company's CEO Jorge Dominicis. CCS is a leader in public healthcare with nearly 12,000 professionals working in 38 states plus Australia.
Health information technology veteran Mark Farrington has been named as partner for retained search firm Buffkin/Baker 's HIT practice.
AdamsPlace has promoted Ann Clark from marketing director to executive director of Assisted Living for the campus.
Patrick Ryan, MD, FACS, founder of Nashville Vascular & Vein Institute, is the co-author of an article printed in the July issue of the Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders (JVS-VL) discussing the looming 4 percent payment penalty for healthcare providers accepting Medicare.
TriStar Centennial Medical Center recently became the first hospital in Tennessee to offer tomosynthesis, also known as 3D, imaging-guided breast biopsy utilizing the Hologic® Affirm® Prone Breast Biopsy System.
Late last month, Nashville-based CarePayment and Texas-based DCS Global announced the two companies have established a strategic partnership combining the strength of DCS Global's revenue cycle solutions with CarePayment's innovative patient financing program.
Nashville Capital Network, a partnership of 130 professional investors, has raised $25 million for their fourth fund. NCN Partners Fund will invest in promising startups.
TriStar Centennial Medical Center recently opened the Advanced Wound Care and Vascular Center, located on the hospital campus on Patterson Street.
In mid-June, ReviveHealth, a Weber Shandwick company and full-service healthcare agency, announced the addition of 18 new professionals to its Nashville headquarters that broaden its ability to bring integrated solutions to clients.
Kaisa Schmidt, who started her 10-year career with DeAngelis Diamond in 2007 has been promoted to vice president of Marketing and Public Relations, overseeing all marketing and public relations initiatives throughout DeAngelis Diamond's four regional office locations, including the company's new office in Franklin, Tenn.
In June, Eating Recovery Center (ERC), a provider of comprehensive treatment for eating disorders, was selected as a winner in the 19th annual Digital Health AwardsSM competition.
Middle Tennessee nonprofit has announced its 2017 Board of Directors including officers, committee chairs and six new members, as well as several community leaders serving on board committees.
Through the support from several major donors, Retrieving Independence, a non-profit service dog organization, cut the ribbon on a new bus last month.
In an effort to get more Tennesseans outdoors and active, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee has partnered with RootsRated Media to share 250 local Tennessee destinations and articles as part of a comprehensive guide to outdoor activities across the entire state.
Veteran gastroenterologists Neil Price, MD, FACG, AGAF, Elizabeth Lindsey, MD, and Mark Miller, MD, have formed GastroIntestinal Health Partners with offices in Nashville and Lebanon.
Brian Marger, FACHE, has been appointed chief executive officer of TriStar Summit Medical Center effective June 1 and will be responsible for operations at the 200-bed hospital and related care areas.
Brentwood-based LifePoint Health recently promoted Jason Ross to senior vice president, revenue and network management for the organization.
Last month, Nashville-based ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy and Education, a leading provider of behavioral health and education solutions for children and young adults, announced Kevin Mitchell has been promoted to executive vice president for finance.
Recently, Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA) announced the addition of Richard I. Williams, MD to its large network of providers.
The Children's Hospital at TriStar Centennial has announced the addition of pediatric gastroenterologist M. Samer Ammar, MD, to TriStar Medical Group Children's Specialists.
HCA's TriStar Division recently appointed Velinda Block DNP, RN, NEA-BC, as chief nursing executive.
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