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Subject: [CEO Report] Why ex-Ascension hospital decided to break away | UPMC appoints president of women's hospital | Why Walmart is adopting this insurer tactic | Hospitals are the biggest employers in these 13 states

November 15, 2018
1. Why an ex-Ascension hospital in Chicago decided to break away  
2. 9 latest hospital, health system CEO moves 

Michigan health system CEO resigns amid financial troubles, failed merger

4. Leading hospital and health system CFOs are responding to external financial pressures with internal reassessments of their organization's cost structure. Read more.
5. Join Katie Couric, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton + over 300 terrific hospital executive speakers at Becker's Hospital Review 10th Annual Meeting, April 1-4, 2019. Register here. For exhibiting and sponsor opportunities, e-mail Jessica Cole at
6. Why Walmart, Home Depot are adopting this insurer tactic 
Click here to learn how Connecticut Children's Medical Center improved ED performance amid rising patient volumes.

8. UPMC selects new president for Magee-Womens Hospital: 4 notes     

9.Georgia approves $1.5B Children's Healthcare of Atlanta hospital: 3 notes  

10. HHS declares California wildfires a public health emergency    

11. Many healthcare leaders neglect their greatest savings opportunity: clinical assets. Download this white paper to learn how to move up the clinical asset maturity curve. 

Hospitals are the biggest employers in these 13 states

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