From: Becker's CFO Report <>
Subject: Tenet's annual net loss balloons to $192M | Louisiana hospital closes 16 clinics | 5 latest CFO moves | Financial updates from Kaiser, Mayo Clinic, UMass Memorial & 5 other systems
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Feb. 28, 2017
1. Tenet's net loss balloons to $192M in 2016   Full story

2. Louisiana hospital closes 16 clinics  Full story

3. 5 latest CFO moves in hospitals, health systems  Full story

4. Whitepaper: How Covenant Health boosted clinician productivity 20% and saved $800,000: Lessons from its successful deployment of hyperconverged virtual desktop infrastructure.  Learn more

5. Owner of medical supply company gets 27 years for fraud  
Full story

6. 16 recent hospital transactions and partnerships  Full story

7. Webinar: How Centura Health worked together to better predict, trend and analyze product utilization information at every touchpoint throughout their supply chain. Learn more in this upcoming webinar.  Register here

8. Financial updates from Kaiser, Mayo Clinic, UMass Memorial & 5 other systems  Full story

9. Connecticut hospitals claim they face hidden tax hike under governor's budget   Full story

10. 6 latest healthcare industry lawsuits, settlements  Full story

11. Value doesn't have to conflict with volume: 3 thoughts from Navvis CEO Mike Farris  Full story

12. Mayo Clinic unveils $65M surgical expansion in Mankato  
Full story

13. Hospitals helping hospitals: Dr. Peter Pronovost on how peer-to-peer assessments can improve patient care   Full story

14. There's gold in the zero balance review  Full story
15. These 10 people are helping create the hospital of the future  Full story

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