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  • Unmarried women no longer lag behind in retirement savings

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  • 98% of US CEOs expect 'short and shallow' recession

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  • 8 CEOs' paths to healthcare

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    A new study from UC Davis Health has quantified the benefits of telehealth in terms of patients' cost savings and healthcare's carbon footprint. 
  • Driver may have intentionally crashed car into Emory Hillandale ED, police say

    The driver who crashed his car into Lithonia, Ga.-based Emory Hillandale Hospital's emergency department may have done so on purpose, according to a Feb. 11 FOX5 report. 
  • Florida city to rename street in honor of hospital CEO killed last year

    The city commission in Coral Gables, Fla., voted Jan. 10 to rename a portion of Santander Avenue in honor of Coral Gables Hospital CEO Cristina Jimenez, who police said was killed by her husband in a murder-suicide last November, a city spokesperson confirmed to Becker's.
  • Brightwork Health IT Appoints Eliza Corrigan as Chief Sales Officer

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  • 6 top issues for healthcare executives in 2023, per PwC

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  • Joint Commission adds New York hospital CEO to board

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  • 11 states introduce bills targeting transgender healthcare

    As legislative sessions begin in early 2023, lawmakers in 11 states have introduced more than two dozen bills to restrict access to transgender and gender-nonconforming healthcare, USA Today reported Jan. 9. 
  • Roads to resolution: The communication tools COOs lean on to handle disagreements

    While hospital and health system CEOs are often the ultimate decision-makers at their organizations, collaboration with other C-suite members is key to successful and strategic choices. But executives do not always agree on everything.
  • Viewpoint: Protect the safety net by designating essential hospitals

    More than two decades ago, the Institute of Medicine called the nation's healthcare safety net "intact but endangered" and cited multiple factors contributing to its uncertain future, from a rising number of uninsured to a precarious fiscal environment.
  • Deploying Technology to Support the New Normal

    In the post pandemic world, both employees and employers are redefining the new normal.  The pandemic forced employers to swiftly embrace digital tools that support remote work.  After two years of working from home, employees are demanding greater flexibility in how, when, and where they work.  

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