As a leader in the industry, UHS is often featured in news outlets across the country. Here are a few articles featuring UHS leaders.
Forbes: Alan B. Miller America’s 2nd Longest Tenured Fortune 500 CEO
December 2020 — About a decade ago I first met Alan B. Miller when I was interviewing him for my radio show. Alan had in his heart one major desire — to elevate America and its citizens. While he is humble, he is a true American hero at the forefront of behavioral health. In 1979, he founded Universal Health Services with just six employees and has been CEO for 42 years — only one Fortune 500 CEO has led longer, and that's Warren Buffett.
Fox Business Claman Countdown: Interview With UHS CEO Marc Miller on Covid-19 Surge, Vaccines Underway and Delivering Patient Care
December 2020 — Marc D. Miller chats on-air live with Liz Claman, Claman Countdown, about the new vaccines being distributed across the U.S., and how our frontline workers are handling the surge.
Health Leaders: Universal Health Services Inc. Has Picked Mark Friedlander, MD, MBA, to Lead the Sprawling Health System's Behavioral Health Services
December 2020 — The key to success in behavioral health leadership is to articulate a clear strategic vision, new behavioral health CMO Dr. Mark Friedlander says.
Becker’s Hospital Review: Top Priorities for CIOs as COVID-19 Spikes
December 2020 — The top priorities for healthcare CIOs continue to evolve as COVID-19 spikes across the U.S. King of Prussia, Pa.-based Universal Health Services is also preparing for the vaccine, which will require two doses. UHS has hundreds of facilities across the U.S. and is focused on evaluating and planning for each state's allocation and reporting requirements.
Behavioral Health Business: Incoming UHS CEO Plots Course for Continued Expansion of Behavioral Offerings
November 2020 — In January 2021, UHS will welcome its first new CEO in more than 40 years. Alan Miller has been at the helm of the company since he founded it back in 1979. But in 2021, Miller will step down, retaining only his title as executive chairman of the board of directors and certain management responsibilities. Meanwhile, his son Marc D. Miller, current president of UHS, will take over as CEO.