Christ Hospital in Cincinnati reaches surgery deal with Optum; HBR explores the notion of age limits for leaders;

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HBR explores whether it makes sense to force CEOs to retire at a certain age. Article

> Eastern Maine hospital leaders are worried that energy bills will go up if the state legislature votes to take away funding for a regional energy efficiency program, WLBZ2 reports. Article

> Cincinnati's Christ Hospital and Optum, a division of UnitedHealthGroup, reached an agreement that will give companies within the Optum network the option to choose the hospital's joint and spine center for certain surgeries and the costs will be fully covered, according to the Cincinnati Business Courier. Article

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> Healthcare organizations must close the "knowledge gap" among the various staff members involved with medical devices to improve their cybersecurity preparedness, according to Stephen Grimes of consulting firm Strategic Healthcare Technology Associates. Article

> Magnolia Health Corporation, based in Tulare, California, is notifying patients that a person impersonating the company's CEO used his email address to gain access to personal information of employees. Article

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