Dec 16
LHC Names Kevin Campbell Volunteer of the Year

NASHVILLE – The Nashville Health Care Council’s Leadership Health Care (LHC) program has named Kevin Campbell the recipient of its 2008 Leadership Health Care Volunteer of the Year Award. “Leadership Health Care owes its success to the tremendous work of our member volunteers,” LHC Chairwoman and Symbion CFO Teresa Sparks said in announcing the award….

Oct 20
Nashville Health Care Council Unveils 2008 Family Tree

NASHVILLE – Despite the national economic slowdown, Nashville’s health care industry still saw numerous start-up companies enter the market and five headquarter relocations over the past year, according to the Nashville Health Care Council on the release of its 2008 Family Tree. The Family Tree is a large-scale visual depiction of Nashville’s deeply-rooted health care…

Aug 28
Nashville Health Care Council Announces Three New Hires

NASHVILLE – The Nashville Health Care Council is pleased to announce three new additions to the organization. Jamie Lee is Manager of Special Events with key responsibilities for the implementation of Council programs and member relations for the Leadership Health Care initiative. Prior to joining the Council staff, Lee was manager of Marketing and Public…

Aug 13
Leadership Health Care Announces Board of Directors, Officers

NASHVILLE — Leadership Health Care (LHC) recently announced board leadership for 2008-2009, as well as the appointment of six new board members. All terms took effect on July 1, 2008. Founded in 2002, LHC is an initiative of the Nashville Health Care Council. The group’s mission is to foster the talents of Nashville’s next generation…

Jul 21
Health Care Council Announces 2008-2009 Board

NASHVILLE  – The Nashville Health Care Council has announced the 2008-2009 Board of Directors and newly appointed Chairman Thomas G. Cigarran, chairman of Healthways. Cigarran will succeed Wayne T. Smith, chairman, president & CEO of Community Health Systems, who had served as chairman since 2006. Joey A. Jacobs, chairman, president & CEO of Psychiatric Solutions,…

Jul 11
Leading Health Policy Observer Expects Continued Tinkering Around Edges of Reform

NASHVILLE – Calling the health care conversation in this year’s presidential campaign “dispiriting,” a nationally renowned analyst told more than 250 Nashville health care executives that neither candidate would likely usher in any sort of widespread health care reform overnight. Speaking at a Nashville Health Care Council briefing today, Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Susan Dentzer said both Barack…