Massachusetts targets healthcare officials' pay
Massachusetts officials unveiled plans to tighten their oversight of pay and other practices at nonprofit healthcare companies in Massachusetts. The initiative was outlined by Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley's office, which regulates nonprofit and charitable health organizations, in a memo to the state's major health insurers and a trade group representing hospitals.
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