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Subject: [CEO Report] Why the Walmart-Humana deal scares hospitals | 25 exec moves | Join Cubs President Theo Epstein, 100 other speakers at Becker's Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable | Michael Dowling: Are hospitals obsolete? | 7 healthcare layoffs in March

April 3, 2018
1. 25 latest hospital, health system executive moves  

2. A Walmart-Humana giant scares hospitals: 5 reasons why 

3. Michael Dowling: Are hospitals obsolete? No, they are evolving  
4. 3 core concepts for improving patient access without adding clinic hours 

5. Join President of the Chicago Cubs Theo Epstein, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and 78 CEO + 22 CFO speakers from hospitals and health systems at Becker's 7th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable. Register here. | Join great discussions on cybersecurity, telehealth, mobile health, revenue cycle optimization and more at Becker's 4th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference. Register here. For exhibiting and sponsor opportunities, e-mail Jessica Cole at

6. Advocate, Aurora Health complete merger to form 10th largest system

7. A new model for healthcare: Why cloud for payer provider   

8. Lawsuit alleges DC hospital's ongoing sewage leaks, infection control issues contributed to patient's death  
9. 7 healthcare layoffs in March  
10. Epic proposes service dogs to ease go-live stress in April Fools' Day prank   
11. The right imaging strategy should improve care and cut costs. Learn how to optimize enterprise imaging in this white paper   

12. California files antitrust suit against Sutter Health: 5 things to know   

How culture affects CEO performance: 4 insights 

14. 10 cities with longest, shortest patient wait times   

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