It’s the latest exhalation by a local hospital after massive
investment losses and a scary economy forced them to tighten their belts a year ago.
The retired president and CEO of the former Indiana Gas Co. has donated $1 million to the philanthropic wing of a central
Indiana hospital network.
The new president of Community Hospital East says her job is all about health—the health of not just patients, but
the entire neighborhood.
The stitching together of doctors and hospitals—two groups that historically have kept each other at arm’s length—is
a trend picking up speed locally and nationally and could accelerate even further if Congress passes health care reform.
Specialist physicians, who have traditionally been fiercely independent, are more and more coming on as employees of hospitals.
IBJ reporter J.K. Wall asked Bryan A. Mills about his new job as Community Health Networks next CEO.
Indianapolis-area hospitals have suffered a double whammy of spiking interest rates on their bonds and heavy losses in their
investment portfolios and are trying to save cash any way they can.
This month, 65-year-old Bill Corley gave his 18 months’ notice that he will be retiring as CEO of Community Health Network,
the third-largest hospital network based in Indianapolis. Perhaps Community’s board of directors needed so much time to replace
a man who has held his post so long-nearly 25 years. When Corley arrived in 1984, Community consisted of just one hospital
on Indianapolis’ east side. Today, it has five.