Sutter Health Network, together with its subsidiaries, provides health care, education, and research and administration services primarily in Northern California. The company offers its services in the areas of acute care, medical foundations, fundraising foundations, and various other specialized health care services. Its acute care services includes bariatric and cosmetic surgery, cancer/oncology, clinical trials, complementary medicine, diabetes, heart and vascular, home health/hospice, hospital anesthesia, mental and occupational health, orthopedics, pediatrics, pregnancy and childbirth, sleep disorders, sutter express care, transplant services, urgent care, and weight management. The co...
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Sutter Health Names Chris Waugh as Chief Innovation Officer
Nov 8 15
Sutter Health named Chris Waugh as chief innovation officer.
Sutter Health Network Announces Management Changes
May 19 15
Sutter Health Network announced that president and chief executive officer Pat Fry, he will retire on Jan. 4, 2016. The Sutter Health board of directors named Chief Operating Officer Sarah Krevans to succeed Fry. Sarah Krevans Assumes President and CEO Role in January 2016. Sutter Health's chief operating officer since 2012 and a Sutter Health executive for 16 years, Krevans, has provided strong leadership and clear vision borne of nearly 30 years of executive experience in the healthcare field.
Boehringer Ingelheim and Sutter Health Establish Research Collaboration to Improve Patient Care
May 11 15
Boehringer Ingelheim and Sutter Health announced the start of a five-year research and health care innovation collaboration, which will explore and test the value of digital health solutions, mobile technologies, and insights from advanced data analytics in the delivery of health care. The organizations will work on initiatives that bring together Boehringer Ingelheim's research and development expertise in novel medications to address unmet therapeutic needs with Sutter Health's research and clinical experience from caring for a diverse population of more than 3 million patients in its network of hospitals and healthcare providers. The first collaborative initiative will focus on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Chronic lower respiratory diseases, which include COPD, rank third in leading causes of death in the United States. Healthcare providers have told approximately 15 million Americans that they have COPD. Through this initial project, the team hopes to make it easier for doctors and patients to work together to personalize medical care to the patient's unique needs and preferences.