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Subject: [CEO Report] Theranos employees reportedly blacklisted from working at other firms | Average US CEO made $1M per month in 2018, WSJ finds | Up to 10,000 NYC nurses to strike | W.Va. hospital sues ex-EVP whistle-blower

March 20, 2019
1. WSJ: Average CEO in US made $1M per month in 2018  Full story
2. West Virginia hospital sues former EVP whistle-blower  

3. New York City workers from 3 health systems to strike April 2  
4. Bridging the gap: How regional communication networks bring value to your health system. Click here to register for the webinar.

5. Cardiologist's exit forces Indiana hospital to suspend heart transplant program  Full story
6. Pennsylvania hospital faces payroll issues for 14th time since August   
7. Learn how a high-performing pharmacy can help your organization's goals in this upcoming webinar

8. Christiana Care Health System appoints chief learning officer: 5 takeaways   

9. Update: 50 Northwestern Memorial Hospital employees fired for accessing Jussie Smollett's records   

10. Former Theranos employees report being blacklisted by other tech firms   

11. How health plans and providers can partner to deliver the quality care patients deserve. Click here to download the white paper.

12. Key nonmedical barriers to care that hospital leaders plan to address this year   

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