8 hospital CFOs in the headlines

Here are eight hospital and health system CFOs who were in the news this past week.

1. Carolinas HealthCare System CFO Greg Gombar was in the news discussing the Charlotte, N.C.-based health system's plan to spend $3 billion on capital projects as part of a six-year reinvestment plan.

2. Bill Griffin was in the news as he was named senior vice president and CFO of Memphis, Tenn.-based Baptist Memorial Health Care.

3. Bill Castle was in the news as he was named senior vice president of finance and CFO of Bad Axe, Mich.-based Huron Medical Center.

4. Palo Alto, Calif.-based Stanford Health Care CFO Daniel Morissette was in the news discussing some of his concerns for the year ahead.

5. Cincinnati-based The Christ Hospital Network CFO Chris Bergman was in the news discussing two major financial challenges for hospitals going into 2016.

6. Donald Longre, CFO of North Ottawa Community Health System in Grand Haven, Mich., was in the news discussing how his system is evaluating its service lines to determine how they fit into the future of healthcare.

7. Chuck Weiss, executive vice president and CFO of Sinai Health System in Chicago, was in the news discussing payer-provider partnerships.

8. Beverly Hospital CFO Larry Pugh was in the news discussing the Montebello, Calif.-based hospital's current financial condition and recent bond issuance.

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