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Subject: [CEO Report] NY hospital reportedly pays CEO $660k to 'disappear' | Michael Dowling: Hospitals should cultivate future nurse leaders | 7 exec retirements | Study: Outsider CEOs may lead hospitals more effectively

May 9, 2018
1. New York Hospital reportedly pays CEO $660k to 'disappear' 

2. Michael Dowling: 7 reasons organizations should be cultivating future nurse leaders   

3. 7 latest hospital, health system executive retirements  
4. Achieve bundled payment success on Day 1 with the right strategic road map. Learn more during this upcoming webinar.   

5. Outsider CEOs may lead hospitals more effectively: 4 study findings   
6. Tenet, DMC temporarily suspend breakup with 300-member physician group, agree to extend contract

7. How system executives supported their local EDs through Harvey, Irma, and the Las Vegas shooting  

8. Trump wants to slash $15B in spending, including on CHIP  
9. NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins names his biggest healthcare pet peeve -- The EHR  
10. Analysis: US projected to face shortages of these 6 healthcare occupations by 2025   
11. Learn the best practices when working with the VA to effectively manage revenue.  

12. Florida hospital CEO postpones retirement  

Former CMS head Andy Slavitt's venture firm to back startups serving America's poorest  

14. 5 best, worst states for healthcare    

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