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> City-owned United Medical Center in Washington, D.C., will undergo a management shakeup after the D.C. Council approved a $12.7 million contract to Huron Consulting Group, The Washington Post reported. Huron employees will take over as the hospital's CEO and chief technology officer. Article

> Tennessee-based Erlanger Health System has sued the company hired to manage two of its community health centers, alleging the company breached its contract and opened a competing clinic, reported the Times Free Press. Article

> Nearly 100 patients have contacted police, fearing that a former gynecologist at Johns Hopkins Medical secretly videotaped and photographed them, The Baltimore Sun reported. Article

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> Feedback, whether peer, self-imposed or top-down, is key to strong leadership in healthcare. Blog Post

> Try these simpler ways to keep healthcare employees from wasting time on the web. Article

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