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Harvard Business Publishing (2002)
14 January 2003
9 pages
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On January 7, 2002, Paul Levy became CEO of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a troubled organization, in serious financial difficulty. This case describes the situation Levy inherited, his negotiations prior to taking the job, and his first six months as CEO.
Massachusetts, Health care services, 2002, USD790 million revenues, 4,500 employees
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