Albert John, U.S. surgeon, 1858-1925. See: Ochsner clamp, Ochsner method.
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The joint operating agreement (JOA) with Ochsner Clinic Foundation (Ochsner; rated 'A-'/Stable Outlook) has helped grow the volumes through clinical coordination and physician recruitment, including in key service lines, such as neurology, pediatrics, and cardiology.
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According to Ochsner (OX-ner) Health System and McComb-based Southwest Health System, the tie-up is patient-centered, and each system will keep its own assets and employees.
He also has held executive positions with United Behavioral Health in San Francisco, California; Ochsner Foundation Hospital and Clinics and Ochsner Medical Institutions in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and in the U.
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2 million Ochsner Clinic Federal Credit Union in New Orleans, pleaded guilty to theft of bank funds in March.
He joined the Ochsner Clinic in 1961 and spent his entire career there.
com)-- The decision to centralize care coordination after reaching a tipping point of patients for which they are at financial risk for medical management has netted substantial financial and clinical gains for Ochsner Health System.
According to the Daily Mail, Baker said that she met Oswald in 1963 during her internship under Dr Alton Ochsner, the former president of the American Cancer Society and they became involved.
Warner Thomas, president and chief operating officer of Ochsner Health System, became the system's president and chief executive officer on Sept.