Henry Ford Health System CEO set to retire; NJ legislature passes caregiver bill;

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> Detroit-based Henry Ford Health System CEO Nancy Schlichting will retire in Dec. 2016, Becker's Hospital Review reports. Article

> The New Jersey State legislature passed a bill this week that requires hospitals to provide caregivers with detailed instructions and training on how to carry out their responsibilities, according to NJ.com. Article

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>  More Americans are angry at the way their healthcare is delivered and the high cost of care, according to Consumer Reports. Article

> The protracted war between hospitals and recovery audit contractors over how to handle short-stay payment appeals took a new turn as the American Hospital Association demanded a new concession in a recent settlement offer over RAC clawbacks. Article

>  Are publicly-traded healthcare firms less likely to take on debt when their CEOs receive compensation through stock options? Article

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