All eight EMHS hospitals are again at the forefront of using information technology to improve health data security and patient engagement. That is according to the results of a 2015 survey published by the American Hospital Association.
EMHS maintains its investment-grade credit rating from Moody’s Investors Service even as the bond-rating agency downgraded the system’s debt to Baa2 from Baa1. In maintaining the investment-grade rating, Moody’s cited EMHS’ moderate amount of debt compared to its size, its strong footprint across the state of Maine, and the positive effects of Leadership Reinvented and other systemwide management and governance improvements.
At the request of Senator Susan Collins (RME) a leader from Beacon Health, a member of EMHS, is testifying before the United States Senate Committee on Aging, in Washington DC.
A report by Standard & Poor’s Rating Services affirms a BBB long-term rating, and notes that the outlook for EMHS is positive. The S&P report provides a current financial assessment of EMHS as well as a perspective of the organization’s future financial outlook.
The Rosscare Foundation and Dirigo Pines are pleased to announce the return of the Antique Appraisal Show, Saturday, April 25 from 10 am to 2 pm at Dirigo Pines Retirement Community in Orono. Now in its sixth year, this premiere event has become a much anticipated tradition to benefit EMHS LiveSAFE subscribers.