Texas Health Resources adds two new management positions; CHS-owned hospital settles anti-trust dispute;

> Dallas-based Baylor Health Care System will close a Fort Worth hospital no later than May 4, the Fort Worth Star Telegram reported. It will consolidate services and transition the hospital's 170 employees into new jobs with as many as possible within the Baylor network. Article

> Texas Health Resources has restructured its management and added two new positions, chief operating officer and chief clinical officer, the organization announced Wednesday. However, reorganization eliminated some senior management positions. Statement

> In New Jersey, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is appealing the state's decision to allow Hackensack University Medical Center to reopen Pascack Valley Hospital, according to NorthJersey.com. The appeal notice claims the reopened hospital will lead to "significant loss of admissions" and a $15 million drop in revenue for Englewood. Article

> Community Health Systems-owned Regional Hospital of Jackson and West Tennessee Healthcare-owned Jackson-Madison County General Hospital have settled an anti-trust dispute, allowing new contracts that are open to insurers, the Jackson Sun reported. Article

> Kansas University Medical Center is concerned that an anti-abortion bill would jeopardize accreditation for its obstetrics/gynecology program, according to Lawrence Journal World. Article

And Finally... Daylight savings time means more cyberloafing at the office. Press release

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