Why is venture capital a best-kept secret in health care? What is venture capital’s role in the industry? Read Venture Beat’s articles on how we’re powering change.
AHIP on our Amazon-style innovations
Bringing tech innovation to health care isn't always easy, but we're invested. Read 2 articles by American ...
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Our digital health innovations
Learn about the specific investments we’re making and programs we’re launching now to simplify care and increase access for all.
Our family of organizations
What is Providence St. Joseph Health? We’re a family of organizations across seven western states that share a belief that health care is a human right. Learn more about us and where we serve.
As health care changes, systems need to broaden search to find disruptive CEOs
With health care changing rapidly, some hospitals and health systems realize their next leaders will need a different set of experiences and skills to successfully navigate that new world...
Listen to Aaron Martin discuss digital innovations in health care
Under a strong leadership, Providence St. Joseph Health is transforming health care for the future through digital innovation, genomics and scientific wellness, population health, and outreach to the
Wildflower Health acquires Providence St. Joseph Health tech venture: 5 things to know
Wildflower Health, a mobile health software company, acquired a women's health venture incubated by Providence St. Joseph Health...
Rod Hochman on four strategies to compete with disruptors and win
A close look at four strategic initiatives hospital and health system senior leaders are using to keep their organizations relevant, necessary, and innovative.
Providence St. Joseph Health launches telemedicine network
The virtual health system is one of the largest telemedicine networks in the United States delivering core services for acute stroke, mental health, direct-to-consumer and after-hours hospital...
Rod's Blog: Serving rural communities through technology
There are so many ways we can use technology to improve the quality of care and the health of our communities while also making services more convenient, affordable and accessible for everyone.
Read a series of six articles about how we are bringing tech innovation to health care and increasing access for all. Simplifying health, innovating at scale and more.
AHIP on our Amazon-style innovations
Bringing tech innovation to health care isn't always easy, but we're invested. Read 2 articles by American Health Insurance Plans about how we're making it happen.
Dr. Mishra talks to Kiro 7 about Express Care
Watch our interview with Kiro 7 about the Uberization of medicine and how Express Care at Home pairs new technology with the old-fashioned house call.
How we’re making health care more convenient
When you hear “Silicon Valley,” health care is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But, as it turns out, Providence St. Joseph is a lot more like a technology company than you might think
Infographic: Solving big health care problems
Providence St. Joseph Health’s digital team is on the tip of the spear for innovation in health care. The team operates more like a tech startup than part of a large health organization.
In-clinic, virtual or at-home: 3 ways to get care
See how we're helping pioneer the on-demand model for health care in the same way that others are creating new models for ground transportation, dining and entertainment.
Express Care - there's an app for that
We’re constantly innovating to provide care that’s both high-quality and convenient. One such product is Express Care. Express Care is all about getting health care when and how you want it...
Express Care can help beat the flu
This season’s flu outbreak is a doozy. If you think you may have it – or just a severe cold – you now have an alternative to the overcrowded emergency room.
Video: Providence Express Care at Home
With Providence Express Care at Home, you can have a doctor come to you. See how it works when Lisa Malambri finds herself sick with a toddler in tow...
Optimal Aging helps “June Cleaver wife” get her life back
At “81½ and holding,” Donna Hecker says she feels like she’s 60. Learning to square dance is near the top of her bucket list, but her first goal is to drive again and her eye is on the prize...
Optimal Aging pulls elderly patient out of isolation
Priscilla, a widow, had lived alone for almost 30 years when she had a heart attack. Her sons stepped in to help but life had changed permanently for their mother, once an outgoing woman who loved...
How telehealth saved a rural stroke patient