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BECKER'S HOSPITAL REVIEW October 2017 l Vol. 2017 No. 10 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 200+ STORIES FEATURED Inside The Issue Executive Exclusives Rob Bloom CFO of Carthage Area Hospital p. 19 Edward Marx CIO of Cleveland Clinic p. 115 Brian Jacobs CMIO & CIO of Children's National Health System p. 126 Karen Lu CMO of MD Anderson p. 168 Warner Thomas President and CEO of Ochsner Health System p. 177 Lou Shapiro President and CEO of Hospital for Special Surgery p. 178 Michael Dowling President and CEO of Northwell Health p. 181 John Haupert President and CEO of Grady Health System p. 183 • 10 Best Hospitals to Work for, Ranked by Employees • 5 of the Biggest Issues Nurses Face Today • The End of 'No Comment' for CEOs When It Comes to Politics? • How Hospitals Can Use AI to Make Hiring Decisions • 22 Healthcare Bankruptcies so Far in 2017 • Why Patients Delay Medical Payments: 12 Findings • 8 Hospital, Health System Executives on Why They Chose Healthcare • Harvard Researcher: My Experience Price Shopping for Care Was Terrible Other Feature Stories: Will the Healthcare Bubble Burst? 19 Key Perspectives Industry leaders and policy experts provide their take on whether U.S. healthcare spending is sustainable, if more waste can be wrung out of the system and if patient access can continue to expand. Read more on page 73. Steal This Idea From Intermountain CEO Dr. A. Marc Harrison Find out how Dr. Harrison gets a snapshot of his 22-hospital system — including safety events, hospital- acquired infections, IT issues, workplace injuries, power outages, capacity constraints and pharmacy issues — by 10:15 a.m. every day at no cost. Read more on page 179.

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