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Cindy Kent, the executive vice president and president of senior living communities at Brentwood-based Brookdale Senior Living, has resigned.

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Franklin-based behavioral health and addiction treatment provider Summit BHC has a new owner, with Patient Square Capital buying the 24-facility network of clinics from private equity firms based in San Francisco and New York. 

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Lafayette, Louisiana-based LHC Group Inc. has announced it will purchase a majority stake in Brookdale Health Care Services from the recently formed home health, hospice and outpatient therapy joint venture between HCA Healthcare and Brookdale Senior Living Inc.

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The directors of Diversicare Healthcare Services have voted to accept a roughly $70 million acquisition proposal from an entity controlled by a veteran health care entrepreneur based in New York.

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Among the new Franklin Innovation Center’s inaugural class of startups, a feminine hygiene startup is establishing a global supply chain of biodegradable menstrual products from the LeHew Mansion.

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Shares of Change Healthcare fell nearly 10 percent after hours Tuesday after a report said the U.S. Department of Justice is considering filing suit to halt the acquisition of the Nashville-based company by UnitedHealth Group.

Fast-growing physical therapy provider Results Physiotherapy has been acquired by a Birmingham competitor supported by an investor that also is backing Fast Pace Urgent Care.

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HCA Healthcare has named PepsiCo Inc.'s CFO to its board of directors. He will serve on the Nashville-based company’s audit and compliance committee and finance and investments committee.

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Ardent Health Services has tapped former Quorum Health executive Alfred Lumsdaine to serve as chief financial officer. 

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Venture investing firm Health Velocity Capital has added a former DaVita and Castlight Health executive to its team as a partner.

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Brentwood-based health care IT services firm HCTec has acquired a North Carolina peer, adding 90 specialized employees to a team that now numbers 500. 

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Franklin-based Clover Health has added a chief growth officer and chief strategy and development officer to its C-suite on the heels of a proposed service expansion that will put the company in 101 new counties.