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Subject: [CEO Report] Sloan Kettering bars execs from joining pharma boards | 3 execs depart Baylor St. Luke's | Join 300+ hospital execs at Becker's 10th Annual Meeting | Tribe claims Wyo. health system boosted profits by 700%

January 15, 2019
1. Memorial Sloan Kettering bars top executives from pharma boards  Full story
2. 31 latest hospital, health system executive moves 

3. US military to eliminate 17,000+ medical jobs over next few years 
4. More than 70 CEOs and presidents stepped into new roles, retired or resigned during Q4 2018. Click here to learn more

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6. Michael Dowling: What to expect from 2019
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8. Wyoming health system overcharged tribe, boosted profits 700%, tribe claims 

9. Tuition-free NYU med school sees applications increase almost 50%   

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12.  3 executives leave Baylor St. Luke's; CHI Texas Division CEO to take the helm   

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