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February 25, 2019

Weekly review: The 9 best hospitals and health systems to work for, according to Fortune

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    The 9 best hospitals and health systems to work for, according to Fortune (Monday, Feb. 18)
    Fortune has named nine hospitals and health systems to its 2019 list of the "Best Companies to Work For," and eight are Advisory Board members. See the top-ranked provider organizations—and discover other companies in the health care industry that made the list.

    She had only 1,000 days to live. Here's why she didn't tell her children. (Tuesday, Feb. 19)
    When Jon Mehlman's wife Marla was given a "breast cancer death sentence," the couple made an "unusual, but loving" decision not to tell their three daughters about her diagnosis. Writing for The Atlantic, Mehlman describes how his wife's "sacrifice" gave his daughters stability and allowed them to "discover their own strengths."

    The top 25 women in health care, according to Modern Healthcare (Wednesday, Feb. 20)
    Modern Healthcare recently released its 2019 list of the 'Top 25 Women in Healthcare,' which honors female executives from different sectors of the health care industry.

    What's the Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan venture's game plan? Newly unsealed testimony offers tantalizing hints. (Thursday, Feb. 21)
    In recently unsealed court testimony, Jack Stoddard, the COO of the secretive venture, revealed new details about how Amazon, Berskhire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase hope to transform health care.

    Are your millennial staff jumping ship? Here are 4 ways IU Health keeps them on board. (Friday, Feb. 22)
    Millennials make up more than 41% of staff and 59% of new hires at IU Health in Indiana. Amanda Bates, IU Health's VP of human resources, outlines four strategies the health system uses to retain them, while Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar explains why normal engagement efforts aren't enough to prevent millennial turnover.

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