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    Premier won the No. 1 spot on KLAS Research's ranking of overall healthcare management consulting firms.
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    The healthcare industry may be the most risk-heavy and compliance-intensive sector of the economy. With the potential for life-changing impact on patients and the need to manage sensitive patient data—the stakes don't get much higher.
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    Hospitals like the Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Hospital and Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai Medical Center are increasingly turning to donations from patients and their families to supplement their income streams from insurance programs and fundraising, The New York Times reports.
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    Fort Wayne, Ind.-based Lutheran Health Network Vice President and CEO Mike Poore revealed he is planning to give up his title as chief executive, The Journal Gazette reports.
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    Despite channeling billions of dollars into adopting digital health technology, healthcare has "fundamentally failed" to innovate, claims a viewpoint in The New England Journal of Medicine.
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    Louisville-based KentuckyOne Health and its parent company revealed plans Jan. 22 to rebrand its facilities in the eastern and western parts of the state.
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      Compared to last year, CEOs are more pessimistic about global economic growth in 2019 and are turning inward to focus on immediate business threats and skills gaps, according to PwC's 22nd Annual Global CEO Survey.
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    People are looking to CEOs to lead change, rather than waiting for the government to require it, according to the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer, an annual gauge of global opinion.
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