From: Becker's CFO Report <>
Subject: NY hospital loses $38M due to billing system malfunction | 16 hospital credit rating actions + 23 exec moves | Physician gets life in prison for selling opioids for cash | Stanford Health Care CFO's top tip for cost containment
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March 11, 2019
1. New York hospital unable to collect $38M due to billing system problems  Full story

2. Kansas physician gets life in prison for selling opioids for cash  Full story

3. 16 recent hospital, health system outlook and credit rating actions  Full story

4. Patient out-of-pocket spend reached $365B in 2017. What is your practice doing to improve collections? Click here to learn how to integrate consumerism into the billing process.

5. #WheresThePrice aims to keep hospitals honest on transparency   Full story

6. 23 latest hospital, health system executive moves   Full story

7. Rennova acquires Tennessee hospital   Full story

8. How to improve patient care with data analytics. Click here to download the white paper.  

9. Stanford Health Care CFO Linda Hoff on standardizing care to contain costs   Full story

10. 9 latest healthcare industry lawsuits   Full story

11. Clinical communication comes of age -- A new mobile maturity model to drive long-term value and ROI. Click here to register for the webinar. 

12.  Kaiser Permanente hospital used video call to tell patient he was dying  Full story


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