From: Becker's CFO Report <>
Subject: Centene to buy WellCare in $17B deal | Physicians sue Tenet, allege cost-cutting led to patient deaths | Fitch: Nonprofit hospital margins will stabilize this year | W.Va. hospital, CEO hit with kickback suit
TextView our profile on LinkedIn Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Find us on Google+ View our videos on YouTube
March 27, 2019
1. Physicians sue Tenet, Detroit Medical Center, allege cost-cutting led to patient deaths  Full story

2. Centene to buy WellCare in deal valued at $17.3B  Full story

3. Banner Health's annual operating income sinks 31%  Full story

4.  Average out-of-pocket costs for patients rose 54% in 10 years. A new study shows combining patient-focused services can simultaneously improve revenue by up to 10% and increase patient satisfaction. Get tips on streamlining your RCM

5. Kansas hospital takes step toward reopening after entering bankruptcy  Full story

6. Nonprofit hospitals will stabilize this year, Fitch predicts  
Full story

7. West Virginia hospital, CEO hit with kickback suit  Full story

8. Catch up on all the 2019 first quarter C-suite executive moves with this report

9. Highmark Health reports record revenue: 8 things to know  
Full story

10. Hospitals' finances improve but volume struggles persist: Kaufman Hall  Full story

11. Hospital CFOs' big challenge? Curing medical bill ills
Insights from industry leaders rethinking the patient financial experience  Learn more

12. NYC Health + Hospitals financial update: 7 takeaways  
Full story


Contact Us

Editorial Contact: 
Ayla Ellison
Managing Editor 
email Ayla

Sales, Marketing & Events:
Jessica Cole
President and CEO
Becker's Hospital Review
A Becker's Healthcare Publication
Becker's Hospital Review, 17 N. State, Suite 1800, Chicago, IL 60602
Sent by in collaboration with
Constant Contact