Douglas A. Hastings, Chair Emeritus of the Firm, in the firm’s Washington, DC, office, was featured in Business Journal News Network, in “Bassett Healthcare Network Appoints New Board Chairman,” by Eric Reinhardt.

Following is an excerpt:

The board of directors of Bassett Healthcare Network announced it has elected Douglas Hastings as its new chairman.

The board elected Hastings during Bassett’s annual meeting on July 16 in Cooperstown. Hastings succeeds Ralph Meyer who has completed his term as board chair. …

Hastings, a current board member and chair of the board’s quality oversight committee, is chair emeritus in the Washington, D.C. office of law firm Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. where he specialized in health-care law. …

“Bassett Healthcare has been committed to providing the people of this region with the care they need to live the healthiest lives possible for nearly 100 years,” Hastings said in the Bassett news release. “I am honored to serve as a steward of this vitally important organization and look forward to working with my fellow board members and all of our over 4,600 dedicated clinical and administrative personnel to advance the health of our communities together.”

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