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From Bisnow, Bay Area
Bay Area health systems are increasingly hunting for medical office and clinic spaces as they push more hospital services to outpatient settings.
From Physicians News Network
The California Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) has officially approved Canopy Health's expansion into the South Bay. The network is growing its pioneering healthcare model by adding two medical groups and three hospitals, which brings its alliance to nearly 5,000 physicians, 18 hospitals, and dozens of care centers across eight Bay Area counties.
From San Francisco Business Times
While the Trump administration has sent mixed signals on its commitment to value-based care models, Canopy Health is looking to advance its own efforts to improve care and keep costs affordable.
From WSIL-TV - Online
John Muir Health and UCSF Health opened their first joint outpatient center for primary care and specialty care, the Berkeley Outpatient Center, today, providing patients in Berkeley, Oakland, Emeryville and the surrounding areas with a new choice for high-quality care.
From Healthcare IT News
After switching to a cloud-based Mobile Backend-as-a-Service platform and agile development tactics, the ACN can now launch an app for $148,800 – compared to $496,000 using the Waterfall methodology.