How much should leaders of charities be paid?
Move comes a week after Memorial rival wins state approval to relocate.
Institute of Medicine selects Lipstein as part of 2014 class.
JoAnn Shaw asked Pat Mohrman, a friend from BJC HealthCare, to co-chair ConKerr Cancer – A Case for Smiles, a project making pillowcases for kids battling life-changing illness in St. Louis. They made a deal.
In his interview of Dec. 29, BJC's CEO Steven Lipstein was rather coy when asked about his salary. His latest reported compensation package was $3.3 million in 2011. Mr. Lipstein acted like he had no control over the compensation given him, as though it was being involuntarily thrust upon hi…
Upon being named Post-Dispatch 2013 Citizen of the Year, Steven Lipstein, the CEO of BJC, stated that during a postgraduate fellowship he was inspired by the dedication of three nurses. It's too bad that inspiration isn't reflected in the value he places on patient care providers at BJC.
Tuesday Sept. 27, 2011 - Clayton - William Danforth, chair of the Coalition for Plant and Life Sciences, Donn Rubin, president and CEO of BioSTL, and John McDonnell, BioSTL founding chairman speak to supporters and well-wishers at a reception celebrating a commitment of $30 million from BJC,…
I am a physician in a unique position. By virtue of a relationship with BJC, I see any and every cancer patient referred to me and have no personal gain or loss from their care based on the quality or lack of their insurance, or the expense of their treatments. I know well that large hospita…
The carrot cake at Tower Restaurant, as served by lead baker of Barnes-Jewish Hospital Eligiah Wadley, is a special request photographed on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013. Tower is located atop Queeny Tower at Barnes-Jewish Hospital on the the 17th floor. Photo by Christian Gooden, email@example.com
Nurse's complaint, which seeks class-action status, claims hours were improperly rounded down, resulting in lost pay.
Anthem confirms it won't include the biggest health care provider in its health exchange plans.
BJC provides ways for children to express their feelings and fears through activities.
Cuts blamed on reimbursement changes and 'family budget constraints.'
The June 2 Post-Dispatch prominently featured an article detailing the compensation and benefits of St. Louis area health care leaders. The article included errors and misrepresentations regarding “perks” for the president and CEO of BJC HealthCare. At BJC, the CEO receives a base salary and…
Dr. Harley J. Hammerman's thoughtful piece "Why are medical charges so high, Mr. Lipstein?" (Feb. 5) ignores a critical distinction between his company, Metro Imaging, and BJC Healthcare. Metro Imaging is a for-profit entity, which means that it pays property tax, sales tax, state and local …
An aerial view of Barnes-Jewish Hospital in the Central West End of St. Louis on March 11, 2011. Photo by Christian Gooden, firstname.lastname@example.org
An aerial view of Barnes-Jewish Hospital complex in the Central West End on March 11, 2011. Photo by Christian Gooden, email@example.com
A consortium of three St. Louis construction companies won a billion-dollar job to expand and renovate BJC HealthCare's Central West End campus over the next decade, the hospital company announced Friday.
In the fall of 2010, Dr. Ted Rummel was performing orthopedic surgery at Progress West HealthCare Center in O'Fallon.