Healthcare Archives

Equality Health launches cultural care model to combat disparities

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Equality Health, an Arizona-based organization pioneering healthcare delivery to underserved and ethnic populations, has officially launched its cultural care program with an initial focus on the Hispanic community. By improving cultural healthcare literacy among dedicated physicians, easing administrative burdens for providers and reducing costs for insurance companies, Equality Health is redefining the one-size-fits all healthcare… Read More →

Bayless Integrated Healthcare expands with new center

After 35 years serving the Central Phoenix community, Bayless Integrated Healthcare will open a new fully integrated health center off Central Avenue on May 30, 2017. Located at 3033 N. Central Ave., Suite 700, in Phoenix, Ariz., the new 9,000 square-foot Bayless Integrated Health Center offers a holistic approach to healthcare by caring for a… Read More →

Phoenix Children’s Hospital celebrates staff retention efforts

Phoenix Children’s Hospital

With physician and nurse burnout reaching an all-time high nationwide, Phoenix Children’s Hospital knows that appreciation can go a long way toward helping to make sure their staff feels the love. “Expressing gratitude, honoring employees’ efforts and creating a culture of opportunity is a cornerstone of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, but we take the celebration to… Read More →

Desert Schools Federal Credit Union boosts PCH program

For nearly 20 years, Desert Schools Federal Credit Union has played host to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Charity Golf Tournament benefitting Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, an international non-profit organization that raises funds for children’s hospitals, medical research and public awareness of children’s health issues. Since the golf event’s inception… Read More →

Fennemore Craig earns Healthcare/Life Sciences Deal of the Year

Fennemore Craig received the Healthcare/Life Sciences Deal of the Year Award at M&A Advisor’s 2017 Distressed Investing Summit in Palm Beach Florida in March. The award recognized the successful bankruptcy reorganization and merger of two debtor hospitals by a team of attorneys and financial advisors that included Fennemore Craig shareholders, Gerald Shelley and Nancy March,… Read More →

Small business owners give Trump an ‘F’ on healthcare

President Trump’s first 100 days have come and gone, and small business owners have spoken.  According to a just-released survey commissioned by Fit Small Business, which targeted over 1,000 small business owners, more than half think President Trump should be canned.  Even more telling – ‘Trumpcare’ is extremely unpopular among small business owners: Only 13% support the current healthcare… Read More →

Vitalyst Health Foundation awards innovation grants totaling $624,703

Vitalyst Health Foundation, in partnership with the Arizona Community Foundation and the Community Foundation of Southern Arizona, has awarded Innovation Grants totaling $624,703 to five Arizona nonprofits. These grants will fund projects that have a direct impact on building healthy communities around the state. Vitalysts Innovation Grants are awarded each year to support projects that… Read More →

TGen’s Dr. Daniel Von Hoff honored by Columbia

Dr. Daniel Von Hoff Distinguished Professor, Physician-In-Chief, and Director of Molecular Medicine at the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) will receive a gold medal for excellence in clinical medicine from his alma mater, Columbia University. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Alumni Association will presentthe award May 13 in New York City to Dr.… Read More →

Humana looking to hire 110 at Phoenix job fair

Humana Inc., one of the country’s leading health and well-being companies, today announced plans to add 110 Telesales Specialists to its Direct Marketing Services (DMS) Telesales workforce in Phoenix. The jobs will support Humana’s Direct Marketing Services (DMS) call center at 2231 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, conveniently located in the Biltmore. The company is hosting… Read More →

UA College of Medicine graduates largest class of physicians

It’s graduation time, and UA College of Medicine students will be among the first to turn their tassels next week. Eighty-one students from the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix will process through the streets of downtown Phoenix prior to commencement exercises on Monday, May 8. Led by the Phoenix Pipe Band, the… Read More →

Blue Door Therapeutics outpatient treatment center opens

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Blue Door Therapeutics, the first opioid outpatient treatment center to combine the use of medical cannabis with traditional medicine, alternative and naturopathic therapeutics as an exit strategy for dependence on pain pills (opioids), is now open in North Scottsdale. Created by a team of board-certified physicians, Blue Door Therapeutics is focused on treating those affected… Read More →

Banner Health and Mayo researchers target Parkinson’s disease

Researchers at Banner Sun Health Research Institute and Mayo Clinic are continuing to study how to diagnose early Parkinson’s disease. The research team’s most recent article titled, “Peripheral Synucleinopathy in Early Parkinson’s Disease: Submandibular Gland Needle Biopsy Findings” has been recognized by Movement Disorders, the official journal of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorders Society,… Read More →

Meet the innovators who won at the Healthcare Leadership Awards

Healthcare Leadership Awards

Az Business magazine named the winners of the 10th Annual Healthcare Leadership Awards at Chateau Luxe in Phoenix on Thursday, May 4. Az Business magazine honors the women, men and institutions that bring excellence and innovation to Arizona’s healthcare sector each year with its Healthcare Leadership Awards. Not only are these healthcare leaders improving lives… Read More →

Arizona Senate passes $1B boost for university research

At 11:01 p.m. on Thursday May 4, 2017, the Arizona Senate passed HB 2547: university infrastructure capital financing; appropriations paving the way for up to $1 billion in bonds to expand and maintain university research infrastructure at Arizona’s public universities. HB2547 is part of a set of budget bills that make up Arizona’s $9.8 Billion Budget… Read More →