July 2011
Modern Healthcare;7/11/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 28, pT2
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The article presents brief profiles of the top 25 women in the U.S. healthcare sector in 2011. Audrey Andres, senior vice president and chief compliance officer for Tenet Healthcare Corp., handles ethics and compliance programs. Other notable women in the healthcare sector include UnitedHealth Group executive vice president Gail Boudreaux, Institute for Healthcare improvement chief executive officer (CEO) Maureen Bisognano and Wellpoint president and CEO Angela Braly.


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