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Subject: [CEO Report] CEO, CFO of CHS hospital abruptly resign | Molina posts $201M profit | Why US nurses are suffering 'work hangovers' | Okla. hospital's Medicare funding at risk

February 14, 2019
1. CEO, CFO of CHS hospital in Florida unexpectedly resign  Full story
11 latest hospital, health system CEO moves  

3. Optum's trade secrets appeal to be fast-tracked 
4. Virtual care solutions in action -- Rise of the virtual nurse. Click here to register for the webinar

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6. Molina posts $201M profit: 4 things to know  
7. EHRs are here to stay: Here's how to ensure your clinical workforce makes the most of them. Learn more.

8. Why U.S. nurses are suffering 'work hangovers'   

9. Ex-Mayo Clinic CEO Dr. John Noseworthy joins UnitedHealth Group's board    

10. Your hospital may benefit from a chief purpose officer -- here's why

11. Actionable data: How to capture fee-for-service revenue while supporting value-based initiatives. Click here to register for the upcoming webinar.

12. Oklahoma hospital's Medicare funding at risk after state rejects correction plan   

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