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Subject: [CEO Report] Why Kaiser, Cleveland Clinic favor group medical appointments | Ascension Healthcare CEO: It's our job to remove systemic barriers to health | 12 exec resignations | La. children's hospital names 1st pediatrician-in-chief

June 6, 2018
1. Why Cleveland Clinic, Kaiser are touting group appointments for patients 

2. 12 latest hospital, health system executive resignations

3. Dr. Patricia Maryland: It's our responsibility to remove social barriers on the road to good health 
4. Learn what over 2,000 Americans had to share about their thoughts on connecting with payers, providers and life science companies, both currently and in the future.  

5. New Orleans' Children's Hospital appoints its 1st pediatrician-in-chief: 5 things to know  
6. Physician attire is important during care, more than half of patients say 

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Judge orders Maine to move forward with Medicaid expansion  
Viewpoint: Small hospitals should be hopeful and wary of national health systems  

10. Physicians claim Mississippi children's hospital had 'pervasive mold and cockroaches'  
11. Learn how health system executives supported their EDs through hurricanes Irma, Harvey and the Las Vegas Shooting.  

12. Bluestem Health CEO Brad Meyer: New hires may have more to teach you than you realize

13. Ascension's latest ad campaign touts online scheduling

14. 14 healthcare companies are the best-paying firms in their state  

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