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Subject: [CEO Report] Value-based care designed to leave poor patients behind, NYP physician argues | 73% of healthcare leaders feel burned out | University Hospitals denies liability in freezer malfunction | Froedtert CEO: Not every patient needs primary care physician

July 5, 2018
1. Los Angeles hospital pays $550K to settle patient dumping cases  

2. Froedtert CEO Cathy Jacobson: Not every patient needs a primary care physician  

Woman cut to the bone in train accident begs passengers not to call an ambulance due to cost  
4. Hospital Executives: Thoughts on capturing the complete patient clinical story? Complete this survey and earn complimentary registration for Becker's Hospital Review 4th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference in September!  

5. University Hospitals denies liability for loss of 4,000 eggs, embryos  Full story

6. 73% of healthcare leaders feel burned out, survey finds

7. Learn how Eastside Health Network is achieving success and taking on greater risk in its value-based care contracts during this upcoming webinar.  
NewYork-Presbyterian physician: Value-based care could leave poor patients behind
9. Texas hospital to end inpatient care, ER services July 9 

10. Memorial Hermann hit with $1M retaliation suit by former employee  
11. Learn how innovative approaches to emergency psychiatric care can help hospitals enhance patient care, increase ED efficiency by minimizing boarding, and reduce patient wait times.

The number of self-employed healthcare providers is dropping

Johns Hopkins physician sprayed nurse with patient's bodily fluids, lawsuit claims  

3 major HIPAA fines so far in 2018  

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