Regional News: WEST

January 2011
Modern Healthcare;1/10/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p17
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This section offers news briefs on the healthcare industry in the West as of January 2011. An order to arbitrate financial conflicts with the Sutter Health hospital in Sacramento has been issued by a judge to the Marin General Hospital in Greenbae, California. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger selected two officials to supervise the California Health Benefit Exchange, namely, Kim Belshe and Susan Kennedy. A new clinic in South Kona, Hawaii has been launched by Kaiser Permanente.


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