Hospital to revisit ban on delivery room photos, video; Dukakis convinced BIDMC's Levy will land another high-profile job;

> Despite the cloud of controversy that may follow Beth Israel Deaconess CEO Paul Levy, who announced that he will leave his post, those who worked with him in the past are convinced that he will be able to bounce back and land top positions, the Boston Globe reports. "He is a remarkably effective guy,’" said former Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis, who tapped Levy to head public utilities for a stint in the late 1970s and again in the mid-1980s. "He seemed to be able to move from assignment to assignment and do the job without necessarily being an expert." Article

> St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland, Ill. plans to build a new hospital somewhere on a 72 acre site it acquired recently, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Article

> The imminent departure of a community's last doctor has residents in Wakaw, Saskatchewan wondering whether Wakaw Hospital will ever reopen as an in-patient hospital, the Star Phoenix reports. Article

> Joseph Stewart, president and CEO of Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo, Calif., has decided to leave his post, the San Francisco Business Times reports. Article

> In response to an online petition by two pregnant women, Hagerstown, Md.-based Meritus Medical Center leaders may reconsider its ban on delivery room pictures and video, the Herald-Mail reports. Article

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