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BECKER'S HOSPITAL REVIEW April 2017 l Vol. 2017 No. 4 Becker's Hospital Review 6 th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable November 13-15, 2017 Westin Michigan Avenue | Chicago, Illinois 112 Great Health System Executives Speaking with 122 Speakers Total 67 CEOs and 26 CFOs from Great Hospitals and Health Systems Speaking To learn more & register, visit: http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/november-ceo-roundtable-conference/ SAVE THE DATE 65+ STORIES FEATURED Inside The Issue INSIDE: Becker's 8th Annual Meeting Brochure Executive Exclusives Richard Beach Assistant Vice President of Logistics and Materials Management at Intermountain Health Care p. 111 Chuck Lauer Former Publisher of Modern Healthcare p. 112 Michael Dowling President and CEO of Northwell Health p. 113 Pamela Arora Senior Vice President and CIO of Children's Health p. 114 Michelle Conger Chief Strategy Officer of OSF HealthCare System p. 116 • Mayo Clinic to Prioritize Privately Insured Patients • How Partners HealthCare's Errors Altered Medicare Payments Nationwide • 4 Things Leaders Can Learn About Resigning From MD Anderson President Dr. Ron DePinho • Swedish Health Services' CEO, Top Surgeon Resign After Investigation Into Medical Practices • Scripps CEO Chris Van Gorder Volunteers Up to 1,000 Hours a Year to This Demanding but Needed Work • The American Health Care Act: 8 Things to Know • The Growth of Predictive Analytics: 7 Thoughts and Observations • 23 Ideas to Boost Cybersecurity at Your Hospital in the Next 60 Minutes • Rude Surgeons May Also Be Most Hazardous: 5 Study Findings to Know • An 'Eye-Opening' Experience: Canadian Physician Shadows Nurse for a Day Other Feature Stories: These 150 healthcare organizations span the industry — from hospitals to revenue cycle companies to consulting firms and more — but they all have one thing in common: a dedication to workplace excellence. They are committed to diversity, support, employee satisfaction and culture, so staff members can focus their efforts on top-notch service for patients and customers. See the full story on page 92. 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare | 2017

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