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Rod Hochman is president and CEO of Providence St. Joseph Health, a national, Catholic, not-for-profit health system, comprising a diverse family of organizations serving Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and Washington.Follow on Twitter Follow on Linkedin Visit Website More Content by Rod Hochman
This gift will go toward the development of three apartment complexes for low-income seniors and veterans i...
Providence St. Joseph Health has hired Mayank Jain as group vice president of workforce strategy and analytics to improve employee experience and enable top-of-license work.
PSJH clinical lead, Amy Compton-Phillips, offers an insiders view of how to manage out of being burned out at work
Our promise of health for a better world starts with addressing the vexing homelessness and housing insecurity challenge
Providence St. Joseph Health's Mike Butler offers his perspective on how to tackle the homelessness problem vexing American cities
Thank you to our caregivers and community partners for responding to the call to serve with love. Last year, we provided $1.6 billion in free and uncompensated care and other community programs.
This gift will go toward the development of three apartment complexes for low-income seniors and veterans including Seattle’s first affordable high rise in 50 years.
We know that many social factors contribute to health, and our advocacy agenda reflects their importance.
Providence St. Joseph Health is kicking off a new four-year plan with Medical Teams International to reduce infant mortality in the Central Highlands of Guatemala.
Key takeaways from an up-close and personal panel of Providence St. Joseph Health executives discussing best strategies for leading and thriving in changing times
Washington state has the highest number of reported measles infections since 1996. It will take all of us coming together to fight this dangerous outbreak.
A look at the power of home and community, and the "housing first" response to homelessness.
For some, the holidays are complicated because they’re missing a loved one who has died.
Our hearts go out to our colleagues at Mercy Hospital in Chicago. The recent tragedy remind us we can't be complacent about workplace violence in the health care setting.
Study finds Medicaid costs decrease when people with very low incomes have secure housing.
This year’s conference focused on our industry’s response to the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement. PSJH is responding with a long-term effort we’re calling #NotHere.
To support Hurricane Florence relief efforts, Providence St. Joseph Health will match caregiver contributions to the American Red Cross dollar for dollar up to $100,000.
Well Being Trust focuses on mental health and substance misuse while working closely with partners who will pursue policy in other areas to create a cohesive community-focused framework for well-being
Together, we can help ease the burdens experienced by people who are seriously ill and dying.
Housing expert Timothy Zaricznyj looks at the connections between taxes, health insurance, mental health and secure housing...
As part of the Pearl Jam campaign to end homelessness in Seattle, PSJH is supporting a modular shelter project that will accommodate 72 people per night, helping those in unauthorized encampments.