Leadership Perspectives

Helpful insights and advice from Providence experts relating to coronavirus

  • Providence study indicates COVID-19 boosters among vaccinated individuals significantly reduce hospitalization rate, add protection

    Providence study indicates COVID-19 boosters among vaccinated individuals significantly reduce hospitalization rate, add protection

    A Providence study released online in the Journal of the American Medical Association sheds new light on the added benefit of a booster dose of a COVID-19 mRNA vaccine among previously vaccinated.

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  • Providence reports results for second quarter 2022

    Providence reports results for second quarter 2022

    The health system takes key steps, including simplifying its administrative structure, to respond to unprecedented national challenges.

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  • Providence's B.J. Moore Announced as a 2022 Finalist for the National CIO of the YEAR ORBIE Award

    Providence's B.J. Moore Announced as a 2022 Finalist for the National CIO of the YEAR ORBIE Award

    The National ORBIE Awards announced on July 28th that B.J. Moore as a 2022 Finalist for the National CIO of the YEAR ORBIE Award.

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  • Providence unveils new operating model

    Providence unveils new operating model

    Providence streamlines leadership to free-up resources for the frontlines while keeping the focus on retaining and recruiting essential roles.

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  • Providence joins Biden Administration pledge to decarbonize health care sector, make facilities resilient to climate change

    Providence joins Biden Administration pledge to decarbonize health care sector, make facilities resilient to climate change

    Providence, a not-for-profit health system serving the Western U.S., joined the Biden Administration for a White House event on June 30 with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

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  • Providence launches Clinical Innovation Fellowship with Microsoft to foster relationship between health care teams and technology innovators

    Providence launches Clinical Innovation Fellowship with Microsoft to foster relationship between health care teams and technology innovators

    Providence announced a Clinical Innovation Fellowship with Microsoft to develop interdisciplinary leaders who utilize advances in technology and clinical or operational expertise to solve problems.

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  • Providence invests $1.9 billion in uncompensated care and other community support, up $366 million from pre-pandemic levels

    Providence invests $1.9 billion in uncompensated care and other community support, up $366 million from pre-pandemic levels

    The health system delivered $1.9 billion in uncompensated care and other community benefit, which is over $366 million more than pre-pandemic levels.

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  • Providence Reports Results For First Quarter 2022

    Providence Reports Results For First Quarter 2022

    In responding to the significant needs of its communities, the not-for-profit health system absorbed the rising cost of caring for patients while forging a path to recovery and renewal.

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  • Providence reduces carbon emissions in seven key areas at our hospitals by nearly 12% since 2019

    Providence reduces carbon emissions in seven key areas at our hospitals by nearly 12% since 2019

    Providence, one of the largest health systems in the nation, have taken several actions to reduce hospital emissions by 11.7%.

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  • Providence launches digital hub showcasing stories of partnership and volunteerism in local communities and around the world

    Providence launches digital hub showcasing stories of partnership and volunteerism in local communities and around the world

    Providence welcomes inquiries from not-for-profit organizations interested in partnering to improve the health and well-being of communities.

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  • Providence Settlement with U.S. Attorney’s Office for Eastern District of Washington

    Providence Settlement with U.S. Attorney’s Office for Eastern District of Washington

    After fully cooperating with an investigation into two former spine surgeons at St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, Providence reached a settlement with the U.S. Attorney’s Office

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  • Providence and Swedish announce unified brand in Puget Sound region

    Providence and Swedish announce unified brand in Puget Sound region

    Since affiliating 10 years ago, the organizations have worked together to deliver comprehensive care across Western Washington.

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  • Providence reports year-end 2021 results

    Providence reports year-end 2021 results

    In the second year of the pandemic, the health system reinforced its commitment to its Mission with $1.9 billion in community benefit, which is over $366 million more than pre-pandemic levels.

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  • Civica Rx announces plans to manufacture and distribute affordable insulin

    Civica Rx announces plans to manufacture and distribute affordable insulin

    Co-founded by Providence, Civica to tackle high cost of insulin, continuing to ensure patients and their needs come first.

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  • Statement from Providence regarding charity care complaint by the Washington state attorney general

    Statement from Providence regarding charity care complaint by the Washington state attorney general

    Serving every person who comes to us, regardless of ability to pay, is a central tenet of our mission as a not-for-profit organization. We take this responsibility seriously.

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  • BCBSA CFO Christina Fisher, Former NIKE COO Eric Sprunk join Providence board of directors

    BCBSA CFO Christina Fisher, Former NIKE COO Eric Sprunk join Providence board of directors

    Christina Fisher, CFO of Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA), and Eric Sprunk, former COO of Nike, Inc., will join Providence's board of directors.

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  • Predicting Long COVID at initial point of COVID-19 diagnosis

    Predicting Long COVID at initial point of COVID-19 diagnosis

    Institute for Systems Biology-led study finds several warning factors.

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  • St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund commits nearly $3 million to strengthen organizational capacity building

    St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund commits nearly $3 million to strengthen organizational capacity building

    New funding initiative will support 10 nonprofit organizations across Providence system.

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  • Institute for Systems Biology study shows maternal COVID-19 infection increases risks of preterm birth, low birth weight and stillbirth

    Institute for Systems Biology study shows maternal COVID-19 infection increases risks of preterm birth, low birth weight and stillbirth

    ISB-led study shows unvaccinated pregnant people with COVID-19 are more likely to have poor birth outcomes even if they did not experience severe respiratory problems during infection.

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  • 10 health care trends to watch in the year ahead

    10 health care trends to watch in the year ahead

    2022 will be the “year of the caregiver,” according to Providence’s annual list of health care predictions.

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