From: Becker's Hospital Review <>
Subject: [CEO Report] CHS to sell NJ hospital | Quorum to divest, close more hospitals as net loss doubles | GE saves millions with TriHealth maternity bundles | 11 CEO moves, 5 takeaways from the midterms and what 15 CMIOs are focusing on in 2019

November 8, 2018
1. 11 latest hospital, health system CEO moves
2. Quorum Health sees net loss double, plans to divest or close more hospitals

3. PwC's 5 takeaways for healthcare leaders from the 2018 midterms  

4. Assuming risk with attributed patient populations in your healthcare community can help fire off a new revenue stream. Understand the steps for managing attributed patient populations, simulate risk scenarios and evaluate organizational readiness. Download the white paper.
5. Join 10 terrific hospital and health system executive keynotes + Katie Couric and former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton at Becker's 10th Annual Hospital Review Meeting. Register here. For exhibiting and sponsor opportunities, e-mail Jessica Cole at
6. Humana's Q3 net income climbs to $644M 
7. For insights into how a five-hospital health system built a unified patient record after a merger, read this white paper

8. What 15 CMIOs are focusing on in 2019 + how they plan to achieve their goals   

9. GE has saved $2M with TriHealth maternity bundled payment program since 2016   

10. Rush Health explores video visits to meet new patient needs: 5 Qs with Abigail Boyer, director of clinical outcomes and population health  

11. To learn how the University of Utah Health reduced the risks and costs of patient misidentification, download this white paper.

12. CHS agrees to sell New Jersey hospital facing closure

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