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  • An overview of specialty drugs & their impact on your pharmacy-benefit plan
    Specialty drugs are high-cost prescription medications typically used to treat chronic conditions. Most often, they require specialty handling and administration by the dispensing pharmacy and prescribing physician.    At a glance Complex Large Molecules and Biologic Drugs • Biology-based molecules that structurally mimic ...
  • HCP September Top Ranks List
    Click Here to View the HCP September Top Ranks List: Medical-Equipment Providers
  • HCP List: Medical-Equipment Providers
    Click Here to View the HCP List: Medical-Equipment Providers   ABOUT THE LIST   Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond to our requests for information. Organizations had to ...
  • CEO Talk: McCabe reflects on Community General acquisition five years later  CEO Talk: McCabe reflects on Community General acquisition five years later
    SYRACUSE — Upstate University Hospital has spent the past five years fully integrating its July 2011 acquisition of Community General Hospital, which is now known as Upstate’s Community campus at 4900 Broad Road in the town of Onondaga. “For ...
  • Rome Memorial Hospital names chief medical officer Rome Memorial Hospital names chief medical officer
    ROME — Rome Memorial Hospital (RMH) has named Dr. Frank Ehrlich its chief medical officer (CMO), taking over for Dr. Ankur Desai, who has served as interim CMO since 2014. Ehrlich most recently was the CMO at HealthAlliance of the ...
  • Oswego Health Home Care hires Butler as director of patient servicesOswego Health Home Care hires Butler as director of patient services
    OSWEGO, N.Y. — Oswego Health Home Care (OHHC) has hired Carrie Butler as its new director of patient services. In this position, Butler, who has who has more than 13 years of home-care experience, will work with staff members to ...
  • Health Care Provider Career NewsHealth Care Provider Career News
       CARTHAGE AREA HOSPITAL   KELSEY MOLLURA has joined Carthage Area Hospital as its latest primary-care provider at Carthage Family Health Center in Carthage. She received her bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Duquesne University and her master’s degree in physician ...
  • Upstate’s Laraque-Arena to succeed SU’s Syverud as CNY REDC co-chair Upstate’s Laraque-Arena to succeed SU’s Syverud as CNY REDC co-chair
    SYRACUSE — Just over six months since beginning her new role as president of SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, Dr. Danielle Laraque-Arena has an additional responsibility. She is succeeding Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud as co-chair of the Central ...
  • Crouse offers program for specialty certificate in military-veteran massageCrouse offers program for specialty certificate in military-veteran massage
    SYRACUSE — Crouse Hospital in Syracuse is offering a specialty certificate in military-veteran massage, which Crouse describes as a “first” for the profession. It’s part of a partnership that Crouse has with the Burr Ridge, Illinois–based National Certification Board for ...
  • MVCC’s radiologic-technology degree program earns accreditationMVCC’s radiologic-technology degree program earns accreditation
      UTICA, N.Y. — The radiologic-technology associate-degree program at Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) has earned an eight-year accreditation. The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) approved the accreditation for the MVCC program following a “thorough review,” the ...
  • Nurses at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica plan one-day strike over staffing concerns   Nurses at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica plan one-day strike over staffing concerns
    UTICA, N.Y. — Members of the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) at St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) in Utica have voted to authorize a one-day strike on Sept. 1. NYSNA’s negotiating team has delivered a 10-day notice to the ...
  • St. Joseph’s cardiologist performs heart procedure as part of national study St. Joseph’s cardiologist performs heart procedure as part of national study
      SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Dr. Ayman Iskander, an interventional cardiologist with SJH Cardiology Associates, on Aug.12 performed a heart procedure at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center that was part of a recently launched nationwide study. The procedure was part of the ...
  • MVHS selects firms to handle appraisals of downtown properties impacted by hospital project MVHS selects firms to handle appraisals of downtown properties impacted by hospital project
    UTICA, N.Y. — The Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) has selected three companies to begin the appraisals of the downtown properties that the new hospital construction project will impact. The firms are DeWitt–based CNY Appraisal Associates; Buffalo–based Emminger, Newton, ...
  • Sismondo joins St. Joseph’s Health’s Primary Care Center - WestSismondo joins St. Joseph’s Health’s Primary Care Center - West
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — St. Joseph’s Health announced it has added pediatrician, Hilliary Sismondo to its Primary Care Center – West location. Dr. Sismondo earned her M.D. from Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown, Ohio, and completed her residency in ...
  • St. Joseph’s ordered to pay $3.2M fine for using “unqualified” staff for mental-health servicesSt. Joseph’s ordered to pay $3.2M fine for using “unqualified” staff for mental-health services
    SYRACUSE — Federal and state authorities ordered St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center to pay $3.2 million after its comprehensive psychiatric emergency program (CPEP) sought Medicaid payments for mental-health services that were “rendered by unqualified staff.” The Syracuse hospital violated the ...
  • State mandates health insurers to expand  coverage for breast-cancer screenings State mandates health insurers to expand coverage for breast-cancer screenings
    The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) on July 8 told health insurers that they must provide coverage with no cost-sharing for breast-cancer screenings, breast-cancer risk assessments, genetic testing, and medications to reduce the risk of breast ...
  • HCP List: Nursing Programs
    Click Here to View the Nursing Programs List FOOTNOTE:    1.     All tuition figures are per credit hour unless otherwise specified.   ABOUT THE LIST   Information was provided by representatives of listed organizations and their websites. Other groups may have been eligible but did not respond ...
  • Health Care Career NewsHealth Care Career News
    OSWEGO HEALTH Two psychiatrists, OMAR COLON, M.D., and BENTLEY STROCKBINE, M.D., PH.D., recently joined Oswego Health’s Behavioral Health Services (BHS) Department. Colon completed a four-year psychiatry residency program at Bergen Regional Medical Center in New Jersey. He was named chief ...
  • CNY Community Foundation awards health-related grants to area nonprofitsCNY Community Foundation awards health-related grants to area nonprofits
    SYRACUSE — The Central New York Community Foundation announced it recently awarded nearly $334,000 in grants to area nonprofit programs. That includes $66,000 in the following health-care-related grants, according to a Community Foundation news release: -  ARISE Child and ...
  • Jeremy Enck discusses Primary Urgent Care’s opening Jeremy Enck discusses Primary Urgent Care’s opening
    UTICA — The man who leads Utica’s newest walk-in health-care clinic says it is operating in a space that was previously home to two other similar clinics. Primary Urgent Care has been accepting and treating patients since July 5 when ...
  • Binghamton University to use federal grant to train nurses for work in rural areas Binghamton University to use federal grant to train nurses for work in rural areas
    VESTAL, N.Y. — Binghamton University’s Decker School of Nursing will use a federal grant of $350,000 to “fully fund” the training of nurses for work in rural areas. The training targets advanced-practice registered nurse (APRN) students at Binghamton University, the ...
  • People news: Fortus Healthcare Resources names Urtz sales manager for Fortus Group TravelPeople news: Fortus Healthcare Resources names Urtz sales manager for Fortus Group Travel
    UTICA, N.Y. — Fortus Healthcare Resources announced it has appointed Rebecca Urtz as sales manager of its travel division, Fortus Group Travel. In her new role, Urtz will be responsible for managing the Fortus Group Travel sales team, overseeing daily ...
  • CMS selects Upstate oncology physicians for  “more coordinated” cancer care  CMS selects Upstate oncology physicians for “more coordinated” cancer care
    SYRACUSE — The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has selected oncology physicians at the Upstate Cancer Center to participate in a care-delivery model that “supports and encourages higher quality, more coordinated cancer care.” Upstate is one of nearly ...
  • Bassett, Oneida Healthcare pursue partnership pact
    ONEIDA/COOPERSTOWN — On June 1, Bassett Healthcare Network (BHN) and Oneida Healthcare (OHC) announced their intention to pursue a partnership agreement. While both organizations will remain independent entities with their own boards of directors, they say the partnership will ...
  • Rural/Metro relocates  administration, operations facility to former Marsellus Casket buildingRural/Metro relocates administration, operations facility to former Marsellus Casket building
    SYRACUSE — Rural/Metro Ambulance, which is changing its name to AMR (American Medical Response), recently relocated its administration, operations, training, and vehicle facility from West Onondaga Street in Syracuse to more than 38,000 square feet of leased commercial space ...
  • Hutchings Psychiatric Center bringing “mind and body together” at renovated Madison Street ClinicHutchings Psychiatric Center bringing “mind and body together” at renovated Madison Street Clinic
    SYRACUSE — The Hutchings Psychiatric Center is “finally pulling mind and body together.” Dr. Ann Sullivan, commissioner of the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH), said it’s an approach that, “for whatever reason,” the medical and psychiatric communities ...
  • Upstate University Hospital preps for new  pediatric  emergency  department  Upstate University Hospital preps for new pediatric emergency department
    SYRACUSE — Construction continues at Upstate University Hospital to create a new pediatric emergency department, which is scheduled to open in August. The hospital invited reporters on a tour June 30 to see the construction area on the facility’s fourth ...
  • Rome Memorial Hospital names Ruddy new clinical director for Wound Care CenterRome Memorial Hospital names Ruddy new clinical director for Wound Care Center
    ROME, N.Y. — Melissa Ruddy has been named clinical director of Rome Memorial Hospital’s Regional Center for Wound Care. She will manage the day-to-day operations of the center, which provides advanced wound-care services, according to a Rome Memorial news ...
  • St. Joseph’s Health adds 20 permanent beds St. Joseph’s Health adds 20 permanent beds
    SYRACUSE — St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center has added 20 beds to help fill the patient need generated by its expanding regional partnerships. The New York State Department of Health approved the hospital’s certificate of need to add the 20 ...
  • CHMC CEO discusses Upstate University Hospital telemedicine partnershipCHMC CEO discusses Upstate University Hospital telemedicine partnership
    OGDENSBURG — Nate Howell remembers when Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center (CHMC) in Ogdensburg (St. Lawrence County) first became involved in the Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization (FDRHPO). “We got in at a time when they’re really expanding telehealth,” says Howell, ...

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