Sentara had previously declined an invitation to participate.
Though it took 20 emails and calls and a mobile billboard tour, a Sentara spokesperson finally provided answers about lifetime compensation.
Breaking: Sentara Spokesperson responds with definitive answers. Look for update coming soon.
A tipster alleges that Sentara’s CEO offered nonprofit Cone Health’s top execs lifetime compensation if they agreed to a $11.5B merger.
Committee members should commit to probing President Donald Trump and Senator Lindsey Graham for gross election interference in Georgia.
It seems to be an unusual arrangement for a nonprofit health care system – especially one based in Hampton Roads, Virginia, where health disparities with minority and low-income populations are among the greatest in the nation.