Ronald Hollander submitted his resignation as president and chief executive officer of the Massachusetts Hospital Association following a closed-door executive session of the board of trustees. Hollander, 56, who will leave at the end of the month, worked at the association for 25 years, including nearly 12 years in the top spot. In a written statement, Hollander said he was proud of the accomplishments during his tenure. He said he plans to seek new opportunities to work for a mission-driven enterprise. I will maintain my core interest in public policy that improves lives and communities. He thanked the MHA board for the opportunity to serve as CEO and wished the board luck in its search for the associations next leader. -- by Cinda Becker
Mass. hospital group CEO resigns
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