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  • Providence reports results for third quarter 2022

    Providence reports results for third quarter 2022

    The health system narrowed its net operating loss during the quarter as strategies to respond to external pressures begin showing results.

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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’s leadership recognized by Administration officials at COP27.

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  • Providence and Premier, Inc. join CommonSpirit to support the development of the healthcare workforce

    Providence and Premier, Inc. join CommonSpirit to support the development of the healthcare workforce

    The partnership will expand solutions to support the engagement and retention of healthcare professionals

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  • Providence Swedish is Leading the World in brain surgeries through the help of pre-surgical planning with Microsoft HoloLens 2

    Providence Swedish is Leading the World in brain surgeries through the help of pre-surgical planning with Microsoft HoloLens 2

    Providence Swedish neurosurgeons are using Microsoft HoloLens 2, powered by Medivis technology, to prepare for surgical cases in Seattle, Washington. To date, the team is a leader in worldwide adoptio

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  • Providence responds to Sen. Patty Murray

    Providence responds to Sen. Patty Murray

    This letter was sent in response to Senator Murray’s request for more information about Providence’s financial policies.

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  • Providence study reveals high incidence of chronic kidney disease in diabetes beset by disparities

    Providence study reveals high incidence of chronic kidney disease in diabetes beset by disparities

    Study reveals a concerningly high incidence chronic kidney disease (CKD) in people with diabetes that was most evident in racial and ethnic minority groups.

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  • Providence's Sherry Bucholz is announced recipient of the 2023 Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award

    Providence's Sherry Bucholz is announced recipient of the 2023 Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award

    Sherry Bucholz has been recognized by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), as a recipient of the 2023 Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award.

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  • Providence joins national gun safety movement to address guns as leading cause of death in kids

    Providence joins national gun safety movement to address guns as leading cause of death in kids

    Thousands of leading hospitals and prominent health associations nationwide unite to encourage families to ask about gun access and safety measures.

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  • Our commitment to caring for the poor and vulnerable has never been stronger

    Our commitment to caring for the poor and vulnerable has never been stronger

    The statement below is Providence’s full response to a story published in the New York Times on Sept. 24.

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  • 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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  • The health benefits of volunteering: Doing good is good for you!

    The health benefits of volunteering: Doing good is good for you!

    Volunteering has many health benefits. Dr. James Beckerman and Brittn Grey of Providence discuss how you can help others and get healthier, too.

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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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  • Practice Greenhealth awards 29 Providence hospitals

    Practice Greenhealth awards 29 Providence hospitals

    National environmental leader recognizes our work towards carbon negative goal.

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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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  • The power of partnership: Strengthening global health, together

    The power of partnership: Strengthening global health, together

    Providence is known for global health care initiatives, and Brittn Grey recently shared three keys to effective partnerships at a Washington Global Health Alliance conference.

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  • How Providence sustained thriving global partnerships in a pandemic

    How Providence sustained thriving global partnerships in a pandemic

    In the last two years, Providence has supported clinicians in Guatemala and Nigeria, upholding our ethical call to strengthen health care globally—even during a pandemic.

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