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Subject: [CEO Report] Why CEOs shouldn't pick their successors | Most economists predict US recession by 2021 | Join 170+ execs at Becker's Health IT + Clinical Leadership + Pharmacy conference | AHA CEO Rick Pollack: 'Medicare for All' proposals may harm care

February 26, 2019
1. 31 latest hospital, health system executive moves  Full story
2. Viewpoint: CEOs shouldn't pick their replacements 

3. Partners interim CEO Dr. Anne Klibanski: Helping women succeed is important
4. 121 executive moves in Q4 2018. Click here to download the free white paper

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6. Most economists predict U.S. recession by 2021, survey finds  
7. The 10 best practices for maximizing complex out-of-network reimbursements. Click here to register for the upcoming webinar

8. Patient engagement in the social media era: Q&A with Jefferson Health's 1st social media chief  

9. AHA CEO Rick Pollack: 'Medicare for All' proposals may harm patient care  

10. Chaos in Theranos' final days: 6 takeaways   

11. 8 steps to help reduce alarm fatigue. Click here to download the white paper.

12. No action taken against license of ex-Vanderbilt nurse linked to fatal medication error    

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