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Subject: [CEO Report] Acadia Healthcare fires CEO | Healthcare as a zero-sum game: 7 key points | How Novant Health CEO Carl Armato's Type 1 diabetes changed the lives of more than 6,000 patients | SC hospital closes + 93 other hospital closures

December 20, 2018
1. How Novant Health CEO Carl Armato's Type 1 diabetes changed the lives of more than 6,000 patients 
2. Healthcare as a zero-sum game: 7 key points  

3. South Carolina hospital closes after 63 years

4. Hospital and health system readers: Complete our 3rd Annual Consumer Telehealth Benchmark Survey for complimentary registration to Becker's Hospital Review 10th Annual Meeting in April 

5. CMS probes potential conflicts of interest for accrediting groups  Full story 

6. Major health systems, insurers have converted nearly half of business to value-based payments 
Holston Medical Group champions a patient-centered, data-driven approach to care. For insights into HMG's value-based approach, click here.

8. Maryland hospitals end merger talks   

Average cost per inpatient admission tops $22K  Full story

10. Acadia Healthcare fires CEO 

11. 120 executive moves in Q3 2018 to know. Click here to download the report. 

Conflict of interest issues unseat medical journal editor  Full story

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