Health insurance executive pay is a sensitive topic for many consumers. Pay disclosures required by state regulators make it possible to see what many of them are paid - and be aghast or not - quirks in the reporting make hard to compare companies.
An internal Pennsylvania Department of Human Services analysis of what led to the termination of Blossom Philadelphia's group-home license described a system in disarray and with gaps in responsibility that leave families and individuals dealing with intellectual and developmental disabilities lost among administrative silos.
Temple University's board of trustees named four new directors to its health system's board as part of a plan to develop a new, financially secure strategy that will enable the health system to continue serving as a safety net in North Philadelphia.
Temple University's board of trustees on Wednesday announced that the North Philadelphia institution will hire a chief restructuring officer for its financially beleaguered health system and would consider selling Fox Chase Cancer Center and Jeanes Hospital.
Charles-Edouard Gros engineered a remarkable financial turnaround at the four nursing homes he bought in 2014 from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Then came a raft of quality problems, with the state revoking the license of one of them.
There was no criminal investigation into the death of Herbert R. McMaster Sr. after he fell at Cathedral Village until a Philadelphia homicide detective received a call from the White House inquiring about the case, according to testimony Tuesday at a preliminary hearing against licensed practice nurse Christann S. Gainey, who was charged in the death.
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