Intermountain Healthcare publishes Intermountain Trustee, a monthly newsletter that keeps trustees up to date on issues affecting Intermountain and those we serve. All editions of the newsletter that have been published in the last year can be viewed in the Newsletter Archive​.​​​

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Intermountain Initiatives

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Precision Genomics announces advancements in personalized cancer care

Intermountain Precision Genomics continues to expand cancer testing through advancements to TheraMap, a test for advanced-stage cancer patients. TheraMap uses state-of-the-art genomic technology to analyze and interpret what changes, or gene mutations, are present in a patient’s tumor DNA.

Updates and Features


More details about Primary Children’s Lehi campus announced

The planned 38-acre campus in Lehi will feature five floors, 66 beds, a three-story medical office building, and 468,000 total square feet. Lisa Paletta, RN, will be the administrator of the Lehi campus.

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What fully expanded Medicaid means for Intermountain, SelectHealth

The Utah Department of Health announced plans ­­­­to implement full Medicaid expansion in 2020. That means adults with household incomes up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level—$17,236 a year for an individual or $35,535 for a family of four—are now eligible for Medicaid coverage.

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Intermountain CEO discusses One Intermountain, value-based care, firearm safety

Three recent publications—an interview with NEJM Catalyst and two op-eds published in Modern Healthcare and The Salt Lake Tribune—share the perspective of Intermountain President and CEO Dr. Marc Harrison on topics including One Intermountain, value-based care, and firearm safety.

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Caregivers drive 3 million fewer miles in 2019

An Intermountain initiative last year helped caregivers drive 3 million fewer miles by expanding the use of telework, public transit, and other methods.


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Trustee spotlight: Lynn Ames a ‘tremendous leader’

After 30 years of service for Intermountain Healthcare, Lynn J. Ames is resigning from his current role as chair and member of the Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation Board.

Events and Recognition

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Marc Probst named 2019 CIO of the year

Marc Probst, Intermountain’s vice president and chief information officer, honored by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).


Riverton Hospital administrator honored

Riverton Hospital administrator Todd Neubert named Business Man of the Year by Riverton City and the South Valley Chamber. The recognition is part of the Business Peak Awards, a trio of honors recognizing outstanding business results and innovation.

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Intermountain in the news

Read summaries of recent news stories about Intermountain in the national and international media.