Grantees rap Gates Foundation in survey…

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Grantees rap Gates Foundation in survey

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation says a survey it commissioned of over 1,500 groups it funded found overwhelmingly negative complaints about its inconsistent communications, lack of responsiveness, and unclear goals, strategies and decision-making processes, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported June 15 (see Gates Foundation story).

Hospital execs’ pay under scrutiny in New Hampshire

Hospital executives in New Hampshire are defending their compensation packages after the state’s attorney general said he would review salaries of hospital CEOs, HealthLeaders Media reported June 15 (see hospital salaries story).

Planned public-health school gets $20 million gift

The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation is giving $20 million to support efforts by Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis to open a school of public health, the Indianapolis Business Journal reported June 15 (see public-health-school gift story).

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