Over the years, I have dealt with many hospital CEOs that I thought were criminals. In fact, I have dealt with some who were indicted, and, in at least one case, a CEO who later became a long-term “guest” in the Gray Bar Hotel.
But one of the best stories was from a 2018 piece in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel about Broward Health, the Florida state-run entity that is one of the nation’s largest health systems, appointing its criminally indicted interim CEO, Beverly Capasso, as its new permanent CEO after a search for a new leader.
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Mark F. Weiss