Charlottesville-based Focused Ultrasound Foundation has named Ann Taylor its chief relationship officer, the nonprofit organization announced Wednesday. She will start on March 1. Taylor has more than 27 years of nonprofit leadership experience as executive vice president of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation and as executive director of the Darden School Foundation at the University of
Virginia is the first state to conduct a baseline survey of new Medicaid expansion members.
At the one-year mark for Medicaid expansion in Virginia, the number of newly enrolled adults in Medicaid has nearly doubled from 200,100 to 370,000. And survey data from an online dashboard released Tuesday by the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) indicates that before gaining health coverage from Medicaid, nearly two-thirds of enrollees went
Funding will support development of implantable orthopedic medical device.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded $2.5 million in non-dilutive funding to Norfolk-based medical device manufacturer Embody Inc. for the second phase of development and clinical assessment for its proprietary Microbrace ACL technology for the repair of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, the company announced Tuesday. Embody previously received $11.85 million for
Located across from Henrico Doctors' Hospital, the Campbell Building is occupied primarily by health care tenants.
A Henrico County office building, the Campbell Building, sold for $6.3 million to Atlanta-based B&C CCPB LLC, Canada-based real estate company Colliers International announced Monday. The 55,920-square-foot class B office building is located at 8002 Discovery Drive in the Forest Avenue office corridor. HCA Healthcare’s Henrico Doctors’ Hospital is across the street. The property was
Arlington-based tech firm connects women to health care providers.
Arlington-based Advantia Health, which facilitates women’s health care services via its online platform, announced Friday that it received a $45 million investment from New York City-based investment management company BlueMountain Capital Management. Advantia connects customers to OB-GYN, primary care, mental wellness and specialist care providers. The company will use the investment to hire more providers,
Dr. Jason Hallock previously worked for US Acute Care Solutions.
Dr. Jason Hallock was named as Reston-based acute-care telemedicine company SOC Telemed’s chief medical officer, the company announced Wednesday. Hallock has more than 20 years of health care experience working in hospital systems. In his new role, he will oversee management of clinical and medical objectives. He most recently worked for US Acute Care Solutions,
Ellen Montz was promoted after two years with the agency
Ellen Montz was named chief deputy for the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) as of Jan. 3, DMAS announced Tuesday. Montz will be second-in-command for the agency, which oversees the state’s Medicaid program and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). She will maintain her role as the agency’s chief health economist and director
Community Health Systems no longer operates in the state
Cincinnati-based Bon Secours Mercy Health has completed the acquisition of three Virginia hospitals: the 300-bed Southside Regional Medical Center in Petersburg, the 105-bed Southampton Memorial Hospital in Franklin and the 80-bed Southern Virginia Regional Medical Center in Emporia. Bon Secours Mercy Health acquired the hospitals from Franklin, Tennessee-based Community Health Systems Inc. Financial terms of the
Michael Wallace will continue CFO duties for Springfield-based healthcare communications company.
Spok Holdings Inc., a Fairfax County-based healthcare communications company, promoted Michael W. Wallace to chief operating officer on Thursday. Wallace has worked as a financial and operational executive for approximately 25 years and joined Spok as its chief financial officer in 2017. He will maintain his CFO duties and take on more responsibility for services,
If you thought simulators were just for pilots and astronauts, think again. Nursing students at Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) can now train on complex, real-life patient-care scenarios inside the Clinical Simulation Lab for Nursing Education at Sovah Health’s Martinsville campus. The Sim Lab, which opens this month, features sophisticated, high-tech “patient simulators” that respond