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February 20, 2018

Weekly review: Fortune names 10 hospitals, health systems as 'Best Companies to Work For'

Daily Briefing

    Your staff is underperforming. Now what? (Monday, Feb. 12)

    Some of your underperforming "C players" simply need to be managed out of your team—but others can be converted into "B" or even "A" performers, Jay Conger and Allan Church write for the Harvard Business Review. Here's how to tell the difference.

    Trump budget calls for $554B in Medicare cuts over 10 years, 'transition' away from ACA (Tuesday, Feb. 13)

    President Trump's fiscal year 2019 budget proposal requests $95.4 billion in discretionary HHS funding for fiscal year (FY) 2019—with some federal health care agencies seeing budget increases and others seeing budget cuts when compared with FY 2017.

    Amazon wants to be a big hospital supplier—and is starting with a large Midwestern health system (Wednesday, Feb. 14)

    Amazon wants to expand its medical supplies business and offer health systems a new, simplified purchasing model—but first, the company must convince hospitals to try out the new system, Melanie Evans and Laura Stevens write for the Wall Street Journal.

    Fortune names 10 hospitals, health systems as 'Best Companies to Work For' (Thursday, Feb. 15)

    Fortune has named 10 hospitals and health systems to its 2018 list of the "100 Best Companies to Work For," and all 10 are Advisory Board members.

    The 10 healthiest—and unhealthiest—cities in America, according to WalletHub (Friday, Feb. 16)

    All but two of the 10 healthiest cities in the United States are on the West Coast, and three of the top cities are in California, according to an analysis by WalletHub.

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