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March 2020 Becker’s Hospital Review

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SAVE THE DATE SAVE THE DATE Becker's Hospital Review Becker's 6th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference October 13-16, 2020 Navy Pier | Chicago, Illinois 280+ Health IT and Revenue Cycle Expert Speakers from Hospitals and Health Systems To learn more & register, visit: IN THIS ISSUE: • Aggressive creditor forced hospital chain into bankruptcy, CEO says p. 10 • Optum helps boost UnitedHealth profit past $5B in Q4 p. 16 • Cleveland Clinic CEO: Being salaried without tenure helps us offer personalized care p. 23 • Moffitt Cancer Center's 1st chief digital innovation officer: Don't forget about the people behind the innovation p. 26 • Dr. David Feinberg says 'we're super proud' of Project Nightingale with Ascension p. 34 • What millennials' lunch breaks reveal about their expectations for medical appointments p. 40 • Pennsylvania hospital banned from reopening after racking up 40 citations p. 43 • Popular care program doesn't significantly cut readmission rates, study finds p. 45 BECKER'S HOSPITAL REVIEW March 2020 Vol. 2020 No. 3 EXECUTIVE EXCLUSIVES: John Mordach Rush University System for Health p. 50 Craig Samitt, MD Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota p. 51 Keith Gray, MD University of Tennessee Medical Center p. 52 Justin Mazzillo, MD University of Rochester Medical Center p. 53 Suresh Gunasekaran University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, University of Iowa Health Care p. 54 Paul Black & Michael Dowling Allscripts, Northwell Health p. 55 Justin Birmele AdventHealth Winter Park p. 57 Report: Providers predict Target, Amazon most likely to follow Walmart's standalone health clinic model p. 20 90+ STORIES FEATURED INSIDE THE ISSUE HOW UT AUSTIN'S HUMAN- CENTERED DESIGN PROGRAM WILL GIVE HEALTHCARE'S FUTURE CHANGEMAKERS A 'DIFFERENT KIND OF COURAGE' p. 28 SOCIAL ISOLATION AND LONELINESS ARE AMERICA'S NEXT PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE p. 47 Leadership strategies for women in healthcare p. 24 HOSPITALS, NOT PHYSICIANS, DRIVING UP HEALTHCARE COSTS FOR PRIVATELY INSURED, STUDY SHOWS p. 12

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