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Subject: Abrupt closure of 2 Kan. hospitals sparks AG investigation | Trinity Health posts $301M loss | 7 hospital mergers called off in past year | CEO Peter Banko on Centura Health's plan to double revenue by 2025
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March 14, 2019
1. Attorney general investigating 2 Kansas hospitals that abruptly closed  Full story

2. Trinity Health posts $301M loss in first half of fiscal year 
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3. 7 hospital mergers called off in past year  Full story

4. How to gain true visibility into your organization's expenses. Click here to register for the webinar. 

5. Join keynotes Terry Bradshaw and Bobbi Brown + industry experts Kevin Pho, MD, Chris DeRienzo, MD, Rebecca Kaul and Venkat Mocherla at Becker's Health IT + Clinical Leadership + Pharmacy conference, May 2-4 in Chicago. Register here. For exhibiting and sponsor opportunities, e-mail Jessica Cole at

6. CEO Peter Banko on Centura Health's plan to double revenue by 2025  Full story

7. Private equity pushes into healthcare: 11 latest deals   Full story

8. Lean principles can help hospitals and health systems make dramatic improvements in emergency department performance, resulting in higher quality care and enhanced patient satisfaction (CLICK HERE).

9. Quorum shares close below $2 for first time  Full story

10. Trump's budget earmarks $20M for golf star Jack Nicklaus' hospital venture  Full story

11. The evolution of healthcare communication -- The rise of mobile platforms. Click here to register for the upcoming webinar. 

12. Nonprofit hospital can provide free in-home care despite anti-kickback rules, OIG says  Full story


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