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Company Overview of North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc.
North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc. provides healthcare services to patients and communities in Long Island and New York. The company operates a health system that includes tertiary hospitals, specialty care hospitals, community hospitals, affiliate hospitals, centers of innovation, urgent care and immediate care centers, ambulatory care centers, long-term care facilities, skilled nursing facilities, progressive care centers, affiliate rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, and assisted living and independent living centers; and hospice care network, post-acute services, clinical laboratory, diagnostic imaging, acute inpatient rehabilitation, su...
200 Community Drive
Great Neck, NY 11021
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc.
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc. Key Developments
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Announces Executive Changes
May 10 13
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System has named Dr. David Battinelli chief medical officer and Dr. Andrew Yacht chief academic officer. Battinelli, who served as chief academic officer for six years, succeeds Dr. Jeremy Boal as senior vice president and chief medical officer. As dean of education, Battinelli also has played a key role in launching the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. Battinelli joined North Shore-LIJ in 2007 from Boston Medical Center, where he was vice chairman for education, program director of its internal medicine residency program and professor of medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. Yacht previously served as associate dean of graduate medical education and institutional officer at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. Prior to that, he was vice chairman of medicine, program director of the internal medicine program and chief of the section of general internal medicine at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn.
FRANK & BIANCO LLP Files Class Action Lawsuit Against North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc
Apr 8 13
FRANK & BIANCO LLP has filed a class action complaint in the Supreme Court of New York, New York County, captioned Weinberg v. North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc., Case No. 153122/2013. The lawsuit is filed on behalf of persons who were medical residents, including fellows in training programs at North Shore-LIJ Health System and its member hospitals from January 1, 1995, through and including March 31, 2005. The lawsuit alleges that North Shore-LIJ failed to adequately notify Medical Residents of the availability of a refund of Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes that North Shore-LIJ improperly withheld from Medical Residents during the Class Period.
MinuteClinic, Inc. Signs Clinical Affiliation with North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc. for Present and Future Retail Locations
Feb 27 13
MinuteClinic, Inc. and North Shore – Long Island Jewish Health System, Inc. have signed a clinical collaboration to enhance access to high-quality health care services in Nassau and Suffolk counties and the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Under the agreement, North Shore-LIJ physicians will serve as medical directors for MinuteClinic walk-in medical clinics open seven days a week inside two CVS/pharmacy stores in Bellport and Syosset, Long Island, and one on Staten Island (Hylan Boulevard). The agreement also includes plans for future clinics in the region as part of a national expansion that includes 150 new clinics in 2013 to reach a total of 1,500 clinics in the U.S. by 2017. In addition, MinuteClinic and North Shore-LIJ will collaborate on patient education and disease management initiatives and will inform patients of the services each offer. North Shore-LIJ facilities and their affiliated physicians will accept patients who need a level of care that is not provided at MinuteClinic services. Signage at MinuteClinic locations will inform patients that each site has an affiliation with North Shore-LIJ, which includes 16 hospitals, a network of nearly 400 outpatient physician practices, and more than 9,400 affiliated physicians throughout New York City and Long Island. MinuteClinic and North Shore-LIJ will begin to work toward fully integrating electronic medical record systems to streamline communication around all aspects of each individual's care. With patient permission, MinuteClinic will electronically share medical histories and visit summaries with other North Shore-LIJ facilities and physicians. In the meantime, MinuteClinic will continue its standard practice of sending patient visit summaries to primary care providers via fax or mail, typically within 24 hours, with patient consent.
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