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Providence St. Joseph Health and Well Being Trust Support Life-Changing Mental Health Initiatives Across California with $10 Million in Grants

July 26, 2017

Selected initiatives are far-reaching, supporting preschoolers to seniors, the homeless and those struggling with addiction.
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Providence St. Joseph Health Selects Venkat Bhamidipati as Chief Financial Officer

July 25, 2017

The Former Microsoft executive joins one of nation’s leading health systems to help drive growth through innovation.
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Hospital official waits to see when senate votes on GOP health bill, NPR

June 28, 2017

Rod Hochman, M.D., president and CEO of Providence St. Joseph Health, talks about the risk to vulnerable people who depend on Medicaid coverage if the Senate bill passes. He says this is not the time to eviscerate a program that serves as a safety net for millions of people, including the poor, the elderly and children.
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Reagan was right: Senate health care bill proves government is the problem, Los Angeles Times

June 26, 2017

Rod Hochman, M.D., president and CEO of Providence St. Joseph Health, says that the Better Care Reconciliation Act is a disaster for health care. He and other health care leaders say the U.S. Senate and House bills essentially dismantle Medicaid and will strip away coverage for low-income Americans.
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Rod Hochman, M.D., recognized as fourth Most Influential Physician Executive and Leader by Modern Healthcare

June 17, 2017

Providence St. Joseph Health is proud to announce that Rod Hochman, M.D. was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of this year’s 50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders. Dr. Hochman was ranked as No. 4 on the list. 
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Well Being Trust Launches Far-Reaching Initiatives Addressing Mental Health and Wellness

June 7, 2017

Well Being Trust, a new national foundation focused on innovation and improvement for mental health and wellness outcomes in the U.S., today announced its first round of grants and partnerships. These initiatives include projects that are transforming care across health systems, including in emergency departments and primary care settings, helping to create social and physical environments that promote good health for all, and identifying local, state and federal policy opportunities to measurably improve health and well-being.
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Tyler Norris named first chief executive of the Institute for Mental Health and Wellness

November 3, 2016

Tyler Norris, MDiv, who most recently served as vice president of Total Health Partnerships at Kaiser Permanente, and others will join Maureen Bisognano, former president and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and now founding chair of the institute’s Advisory Council on Mental Health and Wellness, to identify and advance solutions that improve mental health and well-being in the U.S.
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Providence St. Joseph Health celebrates first day as a new organization by committing to be a catalyst for improving mental health

July 6, 2016

Providence Health & Services and St. Joseph Health have come together to create Providence St. Joseph Health, a not-for-profit health and social services system that will serve as the parent organization for more than 100,000 caregivers (employees) across seven states. The newly formed system celebrated its first day by committing to be a catalyst for improving mental health care in the United States.
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