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​.​​​

Current Newsletter Edition

Intermountain Issues, Initiatives, and Events

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Intermountain Healthcare Announces New Clinical Structure

Intermountain’s new clinical organization was announced in a series of meetings across the system on March 22 and 23. The purpose of the new structure: to provide a safer, more consistent, and affordable experience for our patients and communities wherever, whenever, and however they need us.

Intermountain Healthcare Launches Care Model for Seniors

‘Homespire’ will include private-pay home care options like non-medical services that are essential to daily living outside of a care facility. This new care model will be available in the Salt Lake Valley starting May 1 and will expand throughout Utah over the next year.
DXC technology

Intermountain Expands Its Partnership with DXC Technology

As part of the partnership, 98 Information Systems employees at Intermountain will transition to DXC as their employer effective June 3, 2018. Another 260 IS caregivers aren’t affected by the change. Intermountain has already been working with DXC on multiple projects since 2012.
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Primary Children’s Celebrates a Record Year for Liver Transplants

Primary Children’s Hospital patients and families joined the hospital’s Liver Transplant Program to celebrate a record-breaking 20 pediatric liver transplants completed in 2017, including the hospital's first split-liver transplant to benefit two Primary Children’s patients—an infant and a teen—at once.

Updates and Features

seth glickman

Intermountain Names Associate Chief Medical Officer for Community-Based Care

Seth Glickman, MD, MBA, and the Community-Based Care team will be responsible for optimizing patient outcomes and managing total cost of care through effective population health management and seamless integration across the entire care continuum.
rajesh shrestha

Associate Chief Operating Officer Named for Community-Based Care

Community-Based Care includes the Intermountain Medical Group practice management and primary care physicians, affiliated primary care practice groups, Homecare & Hospice, Senior Services, Population Health, LiVe Well Centers, and InstaCares.
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Community Gathers to Kick Off Hospital Fundraising Campaign

Hospital supporters gathered March 9 to kick off the fundraising campaign for the largest capital construction campaign in Washington County’s history: the expansion and consolidation project for Intermountain Dixie Regional Medical Center.


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Intermountain Precision Genomics Announces PRECISE Study

Researchers announce a long-term prospective study that has the potential to help physicians and researchers unlock genomic data. PRECISE is an approved study that allows for serial collection of fresh-tissue and blood specimens for research purposes.
raj srivastava

Intermountain-Stanford Researchers Showcase Innovation at Symposium

Intermountain Healthcare and Stanford Medicine researchers and senior leaders gathered in March to showcase how both organizations are working together to transform healthcare through innovative research. 

Awards and Recognition

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Intermountain Among Becker’s ‘Top Places to Work in Healthcare’

Organizations were selected for the list based on workforce-centric awards received, benefits offerings, wellness initiatives, and efforts to improve professional development, diversity and inclusion, work-life balance, and a sense of community and unity among employees.

Intermountain Foundation Honors Utahns for Improving Community’s Health

The annual event, presented by the Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation, raises funds to advance cardiovascular and pulmonary health through clinical research that leads to clinical application. Nearly 500 people attended, who helped raise more than $160,000 for cardiovascular and pulmonary research.

Trustees as Advocates and Ambassadors

mike miller

Meet Fellow Trustee Mike Miller

We regularly spotlight a trustee serving on an Intermountain board.

Intermountain in the News

james seidelman

Op-ed: Healthcare Organizations Must Skate to Where the Puck Is Going to Be

James “Cid” Seidelman, Intermountain Board Chair for Salt Lake Valley Hospitals (formerly called the Central Region), wrote an op-ed in the Thursday, April 12, issue of the Deseret News entitled “Healthcare Organizations Must Skate to Where the Puck Is Going to Be.”
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What the World Is Saying About Us

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