CEO resigns from Atlanta-based St. Joseph's Health System; Washington hospitals join forces on supply distribution;

> West Penn Allegheny Health System reported an $89.9 million operating loss for the fiscal year ending June 30, citing declines in patient revenue and a $70.7 million asset write-down. Article

> Kirk Wilson has resigned as chief executive officer of St. Joseph's Health System in Atlanta, reports the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Article

> Four of Washington's largest healthcare providers have joined forces on supply distribution. Article

And finally ... I want candy. Article

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