StartX, a Stanford-affiliated startup incubator, held its summer Demo Day event on Sept. 12, showcasing the achievements of its latest startup class to the local public and members of the press.
Blue Shield of California finalized a three-year contract with Stanford Hospital and Clinics this past week for health maintenance organization (HMO) and preferred provider organization (PPO) rates. Negotiations concluded Thursday to meet a deadline just after midnight on Friday morning, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
During a public hearing Tuesday, the Redwood City Planning Commission set April and May deadlines for further study of the Stanford-proposed Redwood City office building development.
Stanford Hospital & Clinics has partnered with several Bay Area medical practices to form the University HealthCare Alliance (UHA), a not-for-profit medical foundation that manages medical groups.
The Stanford Management Company (SMC) has continued to re-align its portfolio in response to losses sustained during the recent recession, according to SMC president and chief executive John Powers.
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital recently announced the finalization of a new health insurance provider agreement with Blue Shield of California. The terms of the agreement were put into effect on Oct. 20. As a result of the new agreement, Blue Shield of California will list Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital as an in-network provider for its patients. The agreement ends negotiations that have been ongoing since the end of August.
Patients and healthcare providers are lingering in a state of uncertainty as negotiations between Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield continue.
Stanford Hospital & Clinics (SHC) announced that it is making identity protection resources available to the 20,000 patients whose personal files were posted online for nearly one year on a student tutorial forum. The information was first posted last August.