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    Denver Health has faced its fair share of the common financial challenges affecting health systems. It has been supported by both good relationships with other health systems and from state legislators as it fights to recover from a $32 million operating loss in 2022.
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  • How hospital CEOs are committing to healthcare affordability as costs go up

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    Jaewon Ryu, MD, CEO of Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health, is set to become the CEO of the newly formed Risant Health when Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente's acquisition of the health system is expected to close next year. 
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    Jacquelyn Byrd, DNP, Southern Regional Medical Center in Riverdale, Ga., has been selected as the executive director of nursing to lead and help execute operations alongside the medical center's chief nursing officer, Janie Hinton, RN.
  • Pennsylvania hospital CEOs at odds over nurse staffing legislation

    Two Bethlehem, Pa.-based St. Luke’s University Health Network leaders slammed the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Act in a July 10 op-ed in The Morning Call. 
  • AAPA taps former Rush leader as inaugural chief medical officer

    Jennifer Orozco, DMSc, PA-C, has been selected to serve as the American Academy of Physician Associates' first chief medical officer. 
  • A UPMC nurse's rapid rise to leadership

    Ashley Iannazzo, DNP, RN, has experienced various changes during her career trajectory. Most recently, she went from one direct report three years ago to overseeing about 700 employees as senior director of clinical operations at the UPMC Center for Nursing Excellence and UPMC Travel Staffing senior nurse leader. 
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    U.S. Navy Capt. Melissa Austin, MD, was sworn in as the new director of Bethesda, Md.-based Walter Reed National Military Medical Center July 5.
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    In a break from most hospitals' stance on mandating staffing standards, Penn Medicine is urging state legislators to pass a bill that would require hospitals to follow minimum nurse-to-patient ratios. 
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    "We've all had to make tough decisions," wrote Terry Shaw, president and CEO of AdventHealth in a July 6 LinkedIn post. "Sometimes we might even look back and wonder whether we did the right thing." 
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  • The rise of the contract executive

    Contract executives — also known as "CXOs" — are gaining popularity as an alternative to permanent leadership appointments, according to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal.
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    Stephen Ferrara, DNP, has been selected as the new president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
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    U.S. healthcare entities are required to track all non-monetary compensation (i.e., gifts) to affiliated providers and ensure that the total value of these gifts does not exceed the annual limit provided by the Department of Health and Human Services. However, hospitals and health systems often lack controlled, enterprise-level mechanisms for capturing this data — instead, they are tracking it throughout the year in disparate spreadsheets with limited oversight, few controls and a heavy reliance on individual reporting.
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