Category Archive: Becker’s Hospital Review

Cerner to pay $1.8M in racial discrimination case

Cerner has agreed to pay $1.8 million in back pay and interest over claims it discriminated against Black and Asian applicants, according to an Aug. 9 U.S. Labor Department news release.

Allscripts can be sued in Puerto Rico, court rules

A U.S. appeals court upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit in Puerto Rico against Allscripts, but noted that the EHR vendor is open to being sued in the U.S. territory, Law360 reported Aug. 8.

FDA clears strategy to stretch supplies of monkeypox vaccine: 3 outbreak updates

The FDA on Aug. 9 issued an emergency use authorization for a strategy that will expand the nation’s supply of the Jynneos monkeypox vaccine and allow high-risk children under the age of 18 to receive it. The move comes as confirmed U.S. cases nea…

What CIOs learned from the COVID-19 pandemic

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck the U.S. in 2020 life slowed down for many people, but for health system CIOs things sped up. With new technologies needed to solve healthcare challenges, health systems CIOs learned to produce quality work in record t…

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital names Sherron Rogers CFO

Sherron Rogers has been named St. Petersburg, Fla.-based John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital’s new CFO. 

7 recent hospital, health system CEO moves

The following hospital and health system CEO moves have been reported since Aug. 3: 

What makes an effective leader, per UC Davis Health’s CFO

Cheryl Sadro serves as CFO at Sacramento, Calif.-based UC Davis Health. 

Kaleida Health workers plan picket amid bargaining

Members of the Communications Workers of America and 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East plan to hold a public informational picket Aug. 18 at two Kaleida Health campuses in Buffalo, N.Y.

Lab equipment maker recalls 4.1M viral tubes, swabs

Chinese manufacturer Haimen Shengbang Laboratory Equipment recalled 4.1 million viral transport media containers and swabs, the FDA said Aug. 9.

Azenta to buy cold vaccine packaging company for $495M

Manufacturing company Azenta entered into a definitive agreement to acquire B Medical Systems, a global distributor that supplies products designed to store and transport goods that require cold temperatures, such as some of the COVID-19 vaccines.

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