Here are five healthcare industry CFOs who were recently in the news. 1. Marty Bakos was in the news as she was named CFO of Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, Ariz., part of Franklin, Tenn.-based Iasis Healthcare. 2. Kevin Higdon was in the news as he was named CFO of Mishawaka, Ind.-based Saint Joseph Health System. 3. Kurt Wrobel, Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health Plan's CFO and chief actuary, was in the news discussing why the health plan stays on the ACA exchange. 4.
The Federal Communications Commission has proposed a record $120 million fine against a Miami man who the FCC says violated telecommunications laws by making more than 96 million falsified robocalls. The FCC claims Adrian Ambramovich, through his companies, used a tactic known as "neighbor spoofing," which tricks people into answering phone calls by falsifying caller ID information to make it appear calls are from local numbers, according to the report.
The following hospital and health system CFO moves were reported by Becker's Hospital Review since June 15. 4. Chad Eckes left his position as CFO of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C.5. Effective June 30, Scott Hamlin will no longer serve as CFO of The Christ Hospital Health Network in Cincinnati.
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Selecting a term
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