Charges against doc who 'maliciously' slammed hospital door dropped; Cedars-Sinai CEO's recipe for survival;

> Charges against a Fargo doctor who allegedly "maliciously" slammed a door at the Fargo VA Medical Center were dropped, the Plains Daily reports. Blurb

> After two years of cutting staff and streamlining operations, Dr. Richard Salluzzo, CEO of Cape Cod Healthcare, has stepped down, the Associated Press reports. Article

> Cedars-Sinai Health System CEO Thomas Priselac told the Los Angeles Times that he has survived 17 years in the position--far longer than the typical four or five years--with these simple rules: "Be accessible. Be honest. Be determined." Article

> Hospitals in Green Bay, Wis., have gotten high marks from bond credit rating agencies such as Moody's, Standard U& Poor's and Fitch Ratings, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Article

> St. Francis Hospital and Health Centers will start construction on a $20 million outpatient medical campus with an ER near Greenwood, in south suburban Indianapolis, the Associated Press reports. Article

And Finally... A tree saves the day. Article

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