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Becker's Hospital Review December 2015

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BECKER'S HOSPITAL REVIEW December 2015 l Vol. 2015 No. 12 Executive Exclusives Dan Wolterman CEO of Memorial Her- mann Health System p. 67 Michael Schatzlein, MD Senior Vice President and Group Operating Executive of Ascension Health p. 68 Chuck Lauer Former Publisher of Modern Healthcare, Au- thor, Public Speaker and Career Coach p. 71 Rod Hochman, MD President and CEO of Providence Health & Services p. 74 Becker's Hospital Review 7 th Annual Meeting April 27-30, 2016 Hyatt Regency | Chicago, Illinois 88 Leading Hospital & Health System CEO, CFO & CIO Speakers 208 Great Health System Executives Speaking 280 Speakers Total Speaking on 5 Tracks & 74 Sessions To learn more & register, visit SAVE THE DATE Who would you nominate as healthcare's person of the year for 2015? What event from this past year fascinated you most? We asked these questions to 20 CEOs in the healthcare industry, including seasoned leaders from New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System, Chicago-based Presence Medical Group, Louisville-based KentuckyOne Health and the Mas- sachusetts Hospital Association. e people selected as worthy of recognition run the gamut. CEOs named governors, federal officials, authors, emergency medical workers, politicians, Supreme Court justices, and fellow CEOs at other hospitals or health systems. ey were happy to explain their choices. See the full story on page 14. Deals are practically struck daily be- tween hospitals, health systems and other players in the healthcare space. We took a look at the mergers, acquisitions, joint ven- tures and spinoffs that took place in 2015, choosing 10 of the most memorable. Read on to learn about the select buyers, sellers and partners, and what makes their agree- ments stand out. See the full story on page 23. 17 Winners and Losers Under the ACA And 10 More Thoughts and Observations on the ACA So Far As we look at the evolution of the Afford- able Care Act there are clearly some positives and some negatives. By and large, we believe the ACA is not going away aer he next elec- tion or for a long time. us, we thought we would take a moment to reflecton a few ob- servations on the ACA. Some of the observa- tions are new, some are not. See the full story on page 8. 20 CEOs Name Healthcare's Person of the Year 10 of the Most Interesting Healthcare Transactions

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