From: Becker's CFO Report <>
Subject: Quorum sells Texas hospital | Sutter to pay $30M to resolve upcoding allegations | Investors: UHS can't dodge claims it held patients illegally | NY hospital deal jeopardized by insufficient funding
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April 15, 2019
1. Quorum divests Texas hospital  Full story

2. UHS can't dodge claims it held patients illegally, investors say  Full story

3. Memorial Sloan Kettering's annual revenue climbs to $4.9B  
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4. How St. Vincent Medical Center is working toward sustainability with an AI-powered RCM solution. Click here to register for the webinar.

5. Healthcare is worst-performing S&P 500 sector so far this year  Full story

6. Sutter Health enters $30M settlement over upcoding allegations  Full story

7. Ex-physician assistant gets prison time for role in $1B healthcare fraud scheme   Full story

8. Read this new case study describing the significant quality and financial improvements gained through the Scripps and Ingenious Med partnership.

9. 24 latest hospital, health system executive moves  Full story

10. New York hospital deal jeopardized by insufficient state funding  Full story

11. Improved Outcomes, Decreased Length of Stay, and Increased Hospital Profits- A Case Study in Surgicalist Staffing 

12. Pipeline Health accused of defying court order to keep Illinois hospital open  Full story


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