Boston hospital suffers setback
Boston Globe, January 16, 2008
The decision by Christopher T. Olivia, MD, to take the chief executive position at West Penn Allegheny Health System of Pittsburgh has delivered a setback to Boston's Caritas Christi Health Care System. Olivia was the top candidate to take over the troubled six-hospital Caritas Christi. In a statement, James J. Karam, chairman of Caritas Christi's board of governors, said the chain would select a chief executive "in the coming weeks."
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