Hospital board ousts chairman who behaved poorly; Banker gives Sanford Health $100 million to fight breast cancer;

> Andrew Wilson resigned as president and CEO from Bismark, N.D.-based St. Alexius Medical Center on Monday, ValleyNewsLive reports. Blurb

> Clarian Health is now officially known as Indiana University Health, the Indianapolis Star reports. Article

> Harvard Pilgrim and Tufts Health Plan, the second and third largest health insurers in Massachusetts, are in merger talks, the Boston Business Journal reports. Article

> The Florida-based Fishermen's Hospital board of trustees booted chairman and former Key Colony Beach mayor Clyde Burnett, the Keynoter reports. His ouster came six days after agreeing to settle claims that he harassed a city clerk. Article

> Retired banker T. Denny Sanford gave Sanford Health $100 million to create a national institute that will fight breast cancer, the Associated Press reports. Article

And Finally... Not exactly a garden snake. Article

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