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Subject: [CEO Report] 400% drug price hike a 'moral requirement,' pharma CEO says | Michael Dowling: The 3 most undervalued aspects of care delivery | Why Harvard med school won't go tuition free | Dignity Health software allegedly denied nurses overtime pay

September 12, 2018
1. Michael Dowling: 3 most undervalued elements of care delivery 

2. Ochsner, Christus Health leaders say joint venture will focus on physician recruitment, telemedicine  

3. 20 latest hospital, health system executive moves  

4. For tips on addressing rising costs, declining reimbursements and improving the patient experience, register for this upcoming webinar.

5. Unlike NYU, Harvard med school won't go tuition-free -- here's why

6. Ex-New York hospital CEO's severance package focus of criminal probe

7. For insights and key takeaways from Teladoc's second annual State of Consumer Telehealth Benchmark Survey, download this e-book

8. Dignity Health's timekeeping software denies nurses overtime pay, lawsuit alleges  

9. 13% of Americans live in county with shortage of primary care physicians    

10. Memorial Sloan Kettering CMO failed to disclose conflicts of interest in major research journals 

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12. 400% price hike for generic drug a 'moral requirement,' Missouri pharma CEO says 

13. 7 healthcare leaders share the industry problem they would eliminate overnight   

14. Ex-Wash U med school leader indicted in $300K embezzlement case    

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