September 13, 2019

Erie County launched a population health initiative with over 40 partner agencies to improve health behaviors and promote lifelong health and wellness, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Kentucky, New York, and Wyoming.

  • Kentucky: Cura Healthcare lost its $7 million bid for Pineville Community Healthcare after it failed to make required initial deposits, including a 20% cash deposit of $1.4 million. Pineville was eventually sold for $2.8 million to First State Bank of the Southeast (Ellison, Becker's Hospital Review, 9/11).

  • New York: Erie County has launched a population health initiative with over 40 partner agencies to improve health behaviors and promote lifelong health and wellness. The county plans to do this by addressing social determinants of health, including transportation, child care, and community resources (Drury, Buffalo Business First, 9/10).

  • Wyoming: St. John's Medical Center is developing a "lifestyle medicine" program aimed at modifying patient behavior to better their long-term health. The initiative targets nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress management, and social connection (Rappleye, Becker's Hospital Review, 9/11).

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