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    Kevin Mahoney, CEO of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, part of Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine, sat down with the Philadelphia Business Journal's John George on Feb. 5 during the publication's 2024 Economic Forecast event to discuss an array of topics. Among the topics was health systems and health insurers linking up or healthcare providers joining the insurance business.
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    Healthcare CFOs' tenures last an average of 4.7 years, according to a 2023 report from Crist Kolder Associates. Sid Sczygelski, meanwhile, has served as the CFO of Wausau, Wis.-based Aspirus more than six times that average.  
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    In 2024, leaders said they are focused on improving their adaptability and connection in order to build stronger teams.
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    Health equity is transitioning from an idea into tangible change as health system C-suites are investing in projects and initiatives to move the needle for patients.
  • 5 things to know about HATCo CEO Dr. Marc Harrison

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    In an interactive session at the Becker's 11th CEO + CFO Roundtable, Alex Kleinman, global leader of Genpact's healthcare business, discussed the application of analytics and AI in transforming population health and achieving cost savings and other clinical performance goals. Genpact, a professional services firm focused on delivering outcomes that transform business, serves various sectors, including healthcare.

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