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Were you thinking of taking that luxe bus down to L.A.? Not anymore

Cabin wants to start a large-scale bus service that focuses on a first-class customer experience. It's starting with Los Angeles and San Francisco service at $115, but good luck getting a ticket. [Read entire story]

Exclusive: Meet the billionaire behind Marin General’s largest donation ever

A Marin local who made his fortune in oil gave Marin General its largest donation of $21 million, and he is hoping his name will inspire some followers. [Read entire story]

Former UnitedHealth, Stanford exec takes over as One Medical Group CEO

After 10 years heading One Medical Group, Dr. Tom Lee is stepping down as CEO. A former Stanford and UCLA health exec takes over in August. [Read entire story]

Former UnitedHealth, Stanford exec takes over as One Medical Group CEO

After 10 years heading One Medical Group, Dr. Tom Lee is stepping down as CEO. A former Stanford and UCLA health exec takes over in August. [Read entire story]

Why the Powell Street station is BART’s biggest problem

Ridership is falling fast at one of BART's busiest downtown stations. BART plans to fix the station, but the $93 million project is hitting snags. [Read entire story]

UCSF joins local urgent care clinics to expand system

In the latest fight over retail space and patients, UCSF is joining with a urgent care company to take on its competitors in the region. [Read entire story]

UCSF joins local urgent care clinics to expand system

In the latest fight over retail space and patients, UCSF is joining with a urgent care company to take on its competitors in the region. [Read entire story]

Why Kaiser added tech execs to its med school board

Kaiser Permanente is opening its medical school in two years, and it has tapped Silicon Valley tech leaders to join its board of directors. [Read entire story]

Why Kaiser added tech execs to its med school board

Kaiser Permanente has selected 13 board members for its new medical school in Pasadena. The roster includes Kaiser medical executives and Silicon Valley technology leaders, including Anne Wojcicki, CEO of 23andMe, and [Read entire story]

University of California sees growth in admission offers, but not for California students

The University of California system saw a slight increase in overall freshman admissions for the fall of 2017, but admissions of Californians declined across the system, the system said Thursday. While offers to [Read entire story]

Why Sutter Health won’t be laying off these employees after all

Sutter Health's San Francisco hospital was going to lay off 72 workers and close down two units, but the union and system have reached an agreement to give people their jobs back. [Read entire story]

Why Sutter Health won’t be laying off these employees after all

Sutter Health's San Francisco hospital was going to lay off 72 workers and close down two units, but the union and system have reached an agreement to give people their jobs back. [Read entire story]

Marin General gets anonymous donation of $10M for new hospital campus

The Marin General Hospital Foundation this week received a $10 million gift from an anonymous local family. The Marin-based family foundation has given to other health care organizations but is a first-time donor to [Read entire story]

BART wants you to use a Clipper card — and here’s how much you’ll pay if you don’t

Bay Area Rapid Transit will add a surcharge to passengers using paper tickets starting in 2018. One-third of riders use paper tickets, so BART hopes the 50-cent surcharge per trip will get them to switch to Clipper [Read entire story]

S.F. health company lays off 20 as it aims for profitability

San Francisco digital health company Omada Health has cut 20 people, about 10 percent of its workforce, as it raised another $50 million in funding this month. Founded in 2011, the company developed a diabetes [Read entire story]

North Bay SMART train hits another delay with no opening date set

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit is entering the final testing stage to open its passenger trains, but despite promises of a soft opening, no date has been set. [Read entire story]

Sutter Health dives into retail locations with first SoMa clinic, 4 others coming this year

Neighborhood health clinics are on the rise as patients look past big hospitals for care. Nonprofit giant Sutter Health opened three walk-in clinics last year in Sacramento and is bringing the model to San Francisco. [Read entire story]

Billionaire Koch brother donates $10M to Stanford children’s hospital to back allergy research

Koch Industries executive David Koch and his wife have donated $10 million to advance allergy research at Stanford. The funding will allow researchers to grow the team at its new campus and run more clinical trials. [Read entire story]

Sutter Health plans closure of St. Luke’s nursing unit, laying off 72 workers

Sutter Health California Pacific Medical Center sent a letter to employees at St. Luke’s campus last week saying they would close the skilled nursing and sub-acute units in October. Some 44 patients will be affected [Read entire story]

Dignity Health, Catholic Health Initiatives merger talks enter ‘final stages’

Together, the two nonprofit health systems would have a combined revenue of more than $28 billion and cover 28 states with their hospitals and clinics. [Read entire story]