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  1. Becker's 10th Annual Meeting Speaker Series: 3 Questions with Janice Benggio, Senior PMO Analyst, Broward Health

    Janice Benggio, MBA, PMP, CPMSM, CPCS, CPHRM, serves as Senior PMO Analyst, IT of Broward Health.
  2. Controversial study on genetically modified mosquitoes for malaria enters next phase

    Scientists in Italy are performing large-scale releases of genetically modified mosquitoes in a high-security research lab as part of a controversial study examining whether the modified insects can eradicate the spread of infectious diseases like malaria, reports NPR.
  3. Johns Hopkins All Children's deaths spur bill calling for more oversight

    Florida Senate Health Policy Chairwoman Gayle Harrell, R-Stuart, filed a bill that would boost oversight of pediatric heart surgery programs in the state, reports the Tampa Bay Times.

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  1. City wants control of Oklahoma hospital after employees left unpaid

    The city of Prague, Okla., took the owners of Prague Community Hospital to court this week to gain control of the facility, which has consistently paid employees late and relied on donations for food and supplies, according to CBS affiliate News 9.
  2. 15 latest hospital, health system CEO moves

    Becker's Hospital Review reported the following hospital and health system CEO moves in the last week.
  3. Amita Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale CEO abruptly resigns: 4 notes

    Amita Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale (Ill.) President and CEO Steve Province suddenly resigned Feb. 14, according to a Crain's Chicago Business report.
  4. Cambridge Health Alliance CEO to retire in July

    Patrick Wardell, CEO of Cambridge (Mass.) Health Alliance, is planning to retire in July, according to a Cambridge Day report.

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  1. Patient recruiter pleads guilty to $1.2M kickback scheme

    A patient recruiter in Michigan pleaded guilty to participating in a kickback scheme that led to about $1.2 million in fraudulent Medicare claims, according to the Department of Justice.
  2. Premiums, out-of-pocket costs top priorities for Medicare beneficiaries

    Medicare beneficiaries listed premiums and out-of-pocket medical expenses as their top two considerations when choosing a health plan, according to a survey from eHealth, an enrollment website.
  3. 300+ patients cannot access medical records from shuttered Arizona hospitals

    A dispute between the creditors of two bankrupt hospitals — Florence (Ariz.) Hospital at Anthem and Gilbert (Ariz.) Hospital — has prevented more than 300 patients from accessing their medical records, according to a report from The Arizona Republic.
  4. Supplies of bladder cancer drug are dwindling

    Supplies of BCG, a critical immunotherapy drug that treats bladder cancer, are dwindling, according to a STAT news report.

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  1. Illinois can't stop hospital from closing: 6 things to know

    Illinois isn't able to do much to stop the planned closure of a Chicago area hospital, despite disapproval from the community, according to a Chicago Tribune report.
  2. CVS Health reports net loss of $421M in Q4, releases 2019 guidance

    CVS Health reported a net loss of $421 million in the fourth quarter of 2018, down from a profit of $3.29 billion the same period a year earlier.
  3. 10 states with the most rural hospitals at high financial risk

    Mississippi is the state with the most rural hospitals at high financial risk, according to a new analysis from management consultancy firm Navigant.
  4. 40 physicians leaving Novant in March, 2 months sooner than expected

    A group of physicians that planned to leave Winston-Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health will now do so two months earlier than expected, according to the Charlotte Observer.
  5. Fortune's 'Best Companies to Work For' 2019 names 10 hospitals

    Fortune and people analytics firm Great Places to Work released their annual list of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" on Feb. 20.
  6. Washington hospital will lay off staff, freeze wages to stay afloat

    Garfield County Hospital in Pomeroy, Wash., needs to eliminate at least $125,000 in monthly expenses to keep its doors open, officials said in a Feb. 19 news release.
  7. Quorum Health shares hit all-time low

    Shares of Brentwood, Tenn.-based Quorum Health closed Feb. 19 at $2.58, their lowest closing price ever, and traded as low as $2.52 throughout the day.
  8. 1 in 5 rural hospitals at high risk of closing, analysis finds

    Twenty-one percent of U.S. rural hospitals are at high risk of closing unless their finances improve, according to an analysis from management consultancy firm Navigant.
  9. Summa Health's chief anesthesiologist wants to eliminate opiates from surgeries

    In response to the opioid crisis, Akron, Ohio-based Summa Health is drastically reducing the use of opioids in surgeries, according to News 5 Cleveland.

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