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Company Overview of Henry Ford Health System, Inc.
Henry Ford Health System, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation, provides various healthcare services in the United States. It offers services in the areas of addiction treatment, allergy and immunology, anesthesiology, autism and developmental disabilities, bariatric surgery center, behavioral health, cancer, center for integrative medicine, colon and rectal surgery, dermatology, diabetes, emergency, family medicine, gastroenterology, general surgery, genetics, heart and vascular, brain tumor, hospital medicine, infectious diseases, and internal medicine; and endocrinology and bone mineral disorders. The company also provides services in the areas of liver cancer, nephrology and hypertension, ...
1 Ford Place
Detroit, MI 48202-3450
Founded in 1915
Key Executives for Henry Ford Health System, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Trustee
President and Chief Operating Officer
Acting Chief Financial Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Henry Ford Health System, Inc. Key Developments
Henry Ford Health System Names Executive Changes
Feb 5 14
Henry Ford Health System has named James Connelly, currently senior vice president and CFO, as executive vice president and president and CEO of Health Alliance Plan, or HAP. Connelly previously served a dual role as HAP interim president and CEO and Henry Ford executive vice president and CFO prior to his HAP appointment. With Jim's transition, Joe Schmitt will become acting CFO of Henry Ford Health System. During the past 23 years, Joe has served as CFO of HAP and the Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network.
Henry Ford Hospital to Offer Electric Stimulation of the Brain
Nov 20 13
Henry Ford Hospital will be the first in Michigan to offer electric stimulation of the brain using a newly FDA-approved device for hard-to-treat epilepsy cases. Called the NeuroPace Responsive Neurostimulation (RNS) System, the device has been shown to provide significant relief to the thousands of epilepsy patients with intractable seizures for whom drugs and other treatments have not worked. The RNS System consists of a miniaturized, implanted computer which can detect seizures from electrodes implanted in or on the surface of the brain and deliver an electrical pulse to stop them. The RNS System has demonstrated safety and effectiveness in patients who average three or more disabling seizures per month over the three most recent months (with no fewer than two seizures a month). It has not been evaluated in patients with less-frequent seizures. It is estimated that approximately 400,000 people in the U.S. meet these criteria and may benefit from treatment with the RNS System. The RNS System has been evaluated in three clinical trials, including a prospective, randomized, double-blind and sham stimulation-controlled pivotal study. The pivotal study primary effectiveness endpoint was met by demonstrating a 37.9% reduction in seizure frequency in patients treated with responsive stimulation, compared to a 17.3% reduction in patients who were implanted with the device but were not receiving responsive stimulation during a three-month blinded period.
War Memorial Seeks Partners
Nov 18 13
War Memorial Hospital is considering offers to partner or merge with other healthcare organizations. Lifepoint Hospitals Inc. (NasdaqGS:LPNT), Henry Ford Health System, Inc., Munson Healthcare Inc., McLaren Health Care Corporation and University of Michigan Health System are among the potential buyers.
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