Insights and news items including Providence leaders
Drawing on patient experiences, Providence study identifies four categories of long COVID and reveals importance of whole-person care
Providence study seeks to help practitioners better identify and care for patients by providing a more comprehensive understanding of how long COVID presents and the patient experience of this disease
New research evaluates the safety of transplants from organ donors who recently testing positive for SARS-CoV-2
A new study published in the Transplant Infectious Diseases could provide help for the shortage of donated organs by using an organs from a SARS-CoV-2-positive donor.
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.
Predicting Long COVID at initial point of COVID-19 diagnosis
Institute for Systems Biology-led study finds several warning factors.
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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.
Providence announces $220 million workforce investment
Providence offers $1,000 recognition bonus to all caregivers and works to rapidly fill open positions.
Study by Providence researchers on Remdesivir reinforces need to define optimal treatment of COVID-19
Remdesivir use is associated with lower mortality compared to best supportive care.
Study by Providence researchers on post-vaccination myocarditis/pericarditis reinforces safety of COVID-19 vaccine
Providence published findings today in the Journal of the American Medical Association that demonstrate the rarity of myocarditis and pericarditis occurring post COVID-19 vaccination.
Pfizer vaccine now authorized for use in 12-15-year-olds
Providence offers insights about the FDA's approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for 12-15-year-olds.
Deciding whether to get the COVID vaccine? 5 facts you should know
Still undecided about the efficacy of the COVID vaccine? Here are 5 facts that we hope will help you decide. Learn more.
Making lives better: A conversation with Amy Compton-Phillips
Providence's Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips talks about her journey and how she evolved as a national leader in transforming healthcare.
What women should consider during Women’s Health Week
It’s important during Women’s Health Week to take a moment to schedule your next doctor’s appointment.
Providence signs declaration focusing on caring for caregivers
President and CEO of Providence joined with other CEOs from across the United States to set new standards of safety for health care workers.
Providence's George A. Diaz named Fierce Healthcare's 2021 Most Influential Minority Executives in Health Care
FierceHealthcare has named Providence's Dr. George Diaz as one of 2021's Most Influential Minority Executives in Health Care.
DexCare Announces $20M in Oversubscribed Series A Funding, the Providence Spin Out Delivers First Operating System for Digital Care
Providence is proud to announce its latest spin out, DexCare. This is the third company to spin out of Providence’s Digital Innovation Group in the last seven years.
Will COVID-19 be the catalyst for creating a more sustainable healthcare system?
Providence Chief Medical Analytics Officer, Dr. Ari Robicsek offers insights on how pandemic created innovations in care delivery.
Drs. Rhonda Medows and Amy Compton-Phillips named to Modern Healthcare’s Top 25 Women Leaders list
Drs. Rhonda Medows and Amy Compton-Phillips were recognized by Modern Healthcare as two of 2021’s Top 25 Women Leaders.
Health systems unite to save lives with data
Rod Hochman, M.D. speaks on the announcement of 14 leading health systems joining forces to form a new data consortium, Truveta.
A view from the COVID frontlines in Southern California
Providence's President Lisa Vance shares how the community is coming together to support the COVID-19 crisis in California. Learn more.
Providence streamlines organization within clinical care and population health
Providence’s ambulatory care network and physician enterprise groups will be integrated with other clinical functions.
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