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How developers saved time and millions on $418M hospital project

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It has been said that two minds are better than one. This concept holds true for Banner Health, which has saved millions of dollars and precious time by utilizing an integrated project delivery (IPD) process for two of its latest multi-million-dollar developments. An IPD is defined as a collaborative approach that combines systems, business structures,… Read More →

Banner Health branches out with new institute model

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Phoenix-based Banner Health has unveiled an innovative approach to academic medicine with an “institute-model” that delivers patients highly-coordinated care with multiple medical specialty services in one central location.  As the health care industry continues to evolve and strives to find efficiencies and models of care that generate positive outcomes, Banner Health has embraced this approach… Read More →

Cox Charities seeks grant applicants for 2017 cycle

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Cox Charities is asking Arizona nonprofits that focus on K−12 youth and education programs to submit proposals for grants valued at $10,000 or less. This year’s grant cycle is now open and closes on May 31. The grant application can be found online at www.azfoundation.org/grants and can be viewed once a login is created. In… 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 →

Az Business magazine names 2017 Healthcare Leadership Awards finalists

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Az Business magazine’s Healthcare Leadership Awards is this Thursday, May 4. The 10th annual Health Care Leadership Awards honors the women, men and institutions that bring excellence and innovation to Arizona’s healthcare sector. Not only are these healthcare leaders improving lives of Arizonans, they are having a global impact on treatment and care. The awards ceremony will be… Read More →

Banner Desert Medical Center launches trauma services

Banner Desert Medical Center has received provisional designation as a State Level I Trauma Center, from the Arizona Department of Health Services Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma System, enabling the facility to provide the highest level of trauma care for patients ages 15 and older. Banner Desert expects to see more than 2,200… Read More →

Banner MD Anderson offers drug for neuroendocrine cancer

A new option for patients with a rare gastrointestinal tumor now is available at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Gilbert as part of an expanded access clinical trial. The investigational drug is available to eligible patients with inoperable neuroendocrine carcinoma of midgut origin (carcinoid of the digestive tract), offering an alternative for patients who… Read More →

How Midtown Phoenix turned into a submarket hotspot

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by in AZRE Magazine

The seeds for Midtown’s success were planted more than a decade ago. The downturn brought a drought to the real estate market, but with a slow and steady recovery acting as the rain, those seeds are now growing and spurring additional growth. A culmination of factors led to the re-gentrification of Midtown, which is now… Read More →

Ryan Companies breaks ground on Banner Health clinic

by in AZRE Magazine

Ryan Companies US, Inc. and Banner Health broke ground today on a 29,350 square foot healthcare clinic in Phoenix, across from Desert Ridge Corporate Center. The new clinic will provide primary care services, dermatology services with spa and laser treatments and x-ray imaging. The healthcare office will have 30 exam rooms, an independent laboratory and… Read More →

Banner Health, CORE Institute partner on Phoenix clinic

Banner Health and The CORE Institute have expanded their partnership to offer a unique, state-of-the-art, academic and research-focused clinic called the Orthopedic & Spine Institute. The Orthopedic & Spine Institute is a multi-specialty musculoskeletal clinic located on the campus of Banner University Medical Center in Downtown Phoenix. This new clinic location will initially be staffed… Read More →

Hiring our heroes: Putting veterans back to work

by in AZ Business Magazine | Workforce

Having served in the U.S. military not only made me a stronger person but it taught me skills to succeed in the workplace as well. As a U.S. Army Ranger, one of my most fulfilling assignments was liberating villages in Afghanistan and Iraq. And then some of our toughest work would begin as we set… Read More →

Banner Health and The CORE Institute expand partnership

Banner Health and The CORE Institute are expanding their joint venture, which aims to improve the quality of musculoskeletal care for Arizonans, while adding an Orthopedic High Value Network for Banner Health Network patients. This new network available to Banner Health Network patients includes facilities, IT solutions and ancillary programs for patients. This program is structured… Read More →

Banner Health gets national recognition for bariatrics work

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Four Banner Health facilities in Arizona have met rigorous criteria to earn national accreditation for metabolic and bariatric surgery. Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix and Banner Estrella Medical Center in Phoenix join Banner Gateway Medical Center in Gilbert and Banner – University Medical Centers in Tucson to achieve national accreditation from the Metabolic and… Read More →

20 influential Millennials working in Arizona

Influential millennials
by in AZ Business Magazine

Can you guess the average tenure of Millennial employees? Two years. That doesn’t instill much confidence for human resources executives who are trying to create a stable workforce, especially when you take this into account: More than one-in-three American workers today are Millennials (adults ages 18 to 36). And in 2015, Millennials surpassed Generation X… Read More →