Under the new lease agreement, Avera will hire every employee, match their rate of pay and offer a competitive benefits package.
Broken sanitation equipment and a baby delivered unattended in a bathroom are among the dozens of serious deficiencies that federal inspectors found during unannounced visits to two hospitals in South Dakota that provide care to Native Americans.
This workout is actually a fundraiser for the company's charitable organization, Seeds of Change, which helps families in third world countries.
Two new vice presidents have joined the Sanford Health Network. Dale Gillogly and Terry Mahar started Jan. 18.
The Neighborhoods at Brookview has received consistently strong ratings from its biannual family/resident survey since transitioning from Brookings Health System’s old nursing home, Brookview Manor.
DocuTAP, a provider of urgent care electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) software, announces an affiliation with UCI Medical Affiliates for Doctors Care, a multi-state urgent care and physical therapy enterprise with 79 clinic locations in South Carolina and Tennessee. UCI Medical Affiliates has implemented DocuTAP software at all of their clinic locations.
Partnering in summer 2015, UCI Medical Affiliates and DocuTAP joined efforts to convert all of their clinics in the first five months of their business relationship—while both organizations were also transitioning to ICD-10.
National Research Corporation recently selected Brookings Health System as a recipient of its 2015 Path to Excellence award. Brookings Health System was recognized at the 21st Annual NRC Picker Patient-Centered Symposium in Washington, D.C. this past fall.
Two new members have joined Sanford Health’s Board of Trustees: James E. Cain and Melissa C. Hinton.
MNsure says it's tracking well to meet registration projections for this open enrollment period.
The deadline has arrived for enrolling in Minnesota's health insurance exchange for coverage beginning Jan. 1.
Health and Human Services officials say they are among 8.2 million people in the United States to do so since the start of the Nov. 1 open enrollment period.
It's been talked about for years, but South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard says he has a plan to expand Medicaid in the state.
Sanford Health and the University of South Dakota are collaborating to develop more effective drug-coated balloons to treat peripheral artery disease. The two new devices, which can more precisely deliver drugs to specific arteries, are based on intellectual property jointly created by Sanford’s Patrick Kelly, M.D., and USD’s Gopinath Mani, Ph.D.
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