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Restoring childless adults to AHCCCS appears to be a boost for hospitals.
Deal touted as only way to stay competitive.
The agreement would make Banner Health Arizona's largest private employer.
Deal to acquire two Tucson hospitals, more, is subject to regents' approval.
Dr. Michael R. Waldrum, chief executive officer of the University of Arizona Health Network told employees in a memo sent last night that the organization's senior leaders are "actively exploring" new strategies.
The University of Arizona Health Network confirmed Thursday that it has laid off 23 staffers in its record-keeping department because a new electronic health-records system eliminated the need for their jobs.
Phone-based hearing test free during May
Ground broken for Green Valley hospital
The Parade magazine inside today’s Star includes its annual feature on what Americans in various jobs are paid, peeking into their paychecks.
The federal government has denied a request from the city of Tucson that would have allowed local hospitals to draw down millions of government dollars to cover patients who can’t pay.
The University of Arizona Health Network, which includes two local hospitals, is for the first time mandating flu shots for workers.
Most recent temporary CEO.
Southern Arizona's largest health-care entity is once again looking for a permanent CEO.
Interim chair of network's new board.
Southern Arizona’s largest health-care entity is once again looking for a permanent CEO.
Hiring for health-care jobs in Southern Arizona is slowly picking up despite state budget-slashing that has cost local hospitals millions for uncompensated care.
Clint Hinman, right, who is directing the computer upgrades, talks with George Wagner during a meeting to discuss the adoption of the Epic medical records system.
Tucson's largest health-care organization expects to spend upward of $100 million on getting its two hospitals talking to each other.
Tucson’s largest health-care organization expects to spend upward of $100 million on getting its two hospitals talking to each other.