5 healthcare CFOs in the headlines

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Here are five healthcare industry CFOs who were in the news this past week.

1. Douglas Goldfarb, former CFO of Sebastopol, Calif.-based Sonoma West Medical Center, was in the news as he filed a lawsuit against SWMC alleging he was fired for reporting the chairman of the board's corrupt behavior.

2. David W. Froesel Jr., executive vice president, treasurer and CFO of PharMerica Corp., was in the news, as he announced plans to retire.

3. Plumas Hospital District CFO Caleb Johnson was in the news discussing how the Quincy, Calif.-based hospital improved revenue cycle performance.

4. Terri Mollica, former CFO of Birmingham (Ala.) Health Care, was in the news as she was sentenced to 17 years in prison.

5. Brentwood, Tenn.-based Quorum Health Corp. CFO Michael Culotta was in the news discussing the company's financial and operating results for the second quarter.

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