Hospital C-section rates vary nationwide; Judge orders Broward Health to reinstate chairman;

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> For the third time in seven years, West Tennessee Healthcare must appoint a new CEO after Bobby Arnold's resignation, according to the Jackson Sun. Article

> A Consumer Reports analysis found wide variation in U.S. hospitals' C-section rates for low-risk deliveries, even within individual communities, with rates higher than national targets for most hospitals. Report

> A judge ordered Broward Health to reinstate David Di Pietro as chairman of the board, according to the Sun Sentinel. Article

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> Just as you'll never be able to rid your body of all viruses and bacteria, healthcare organizations must learn to live with the reality of malware and cyberattacks, Kevin Fu tells HealthcareInfoSecurity.com. Article

> A California health system that has only one full-time neurologist is getting help from a new robot that can connect team members with specialists 24/7. Article

And Finally… Slow and steady wins the case. Article

 

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