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Subject: [CEO Report] Dignity Health CEO Lloyd Dean on how his 'welfare family' childhood drove him to a career in healthcare | CEO faces opposition from entire Maine health system | Dimon: Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire venture to tackle tech first | Northwell to save $12M with in-house pharmacy for employees

August 1, 2018
1.  Entire Maine system votes no confidence in CEO  

Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire venture to start small, tackle tech first, Dimon says  

3. Dignity Health CEO Lloyd Dean on how 'welfare family' upbringing affected his views on healthcare  

4. The C-suite battle plan for cybersecurity attacks in healthcare.   
5. St. Alphonsus Health System CEO abruptly quits: 6 things to know 

6. Northwell moves pharmacy in-house for employees, expects $12M in cost savings 

7. Looking to get the most out of health IT while simultaneously improving clinician satisfaction? Download this e-book for 7 must-read articles on clinician engagement.  

8. Tenet's Massachusetts market CEO to transition into new role   

9. Brigham and Women's surgeon: Physicians aren't burning out, they're suffering from 'moral injury'  
10. Community Health Network first system in Indiana to recruit by text message   

11. Eighth Annual Spok Survey Reveals a Changing Healthcare Landscape for Mobile Strategies   

12. Washington Post: Wilkie to shake up high-ranking VA officials 
13. Highmark Health taps 1st-ever COO: 4 things to know   Full story

14. Female health IT leaders to know   

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