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Subject: [CEO Report] Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson: 'Nobody wants to talk about' mental health issues | Anesthesiologists launch ad campaign against Atrium Health | Wis. state board suspends license of nurse under investigation for NICU injuries | Ascension to sell Connecticut hospital

March 28, 2018
1.  Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson on mental health issues: 'Nobody wants to talk about it' 

2. University Hospitals: Fertility clinic storage tank failure likely the result of human error  

3. Anesthesiology group launches ad campaign decrying Atrium Health's decision to switch providers
4. Chronic pain management in the post-ACA world: How a multimodal analgesia model can fight opioid abuse 

5. The 56-second fix to reduce patient suffering: 5 questions with Press Ganey's CNO Christy Dempsey  Full story.

6. State board suspends license of Wisconsin nurse under investigation for NICU injuries

7. How top pediatric health systems are revolutionizing care via telehealth: psychiatry, scheduled visits, triage and beyond  

8. Ascension to sell Connecticut hospital to Hartford HealthCare 
9. Finger Lakes Health pays hackers' demand, recovering from ransomware attack   
10. Mon Health CEO resigns after 2-month leave of absence: 4 notes   
11. Find out what trends are driving consumerism in healthcare financial services  

12. UnitedHealth seeks damages from $1B+ Medicare lawsuit  

Study: Hospital data breaches tied to thousands of additional patient deaths

14. Anesthesiologists make $270k per year on average - How much do they make in your state?  

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