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The Mayo study raises concerns about too much consolidation of influence in the boardroom, rather than with those whose expertise is at the bedside. (Photo: Shutterstock)

An annual ranking of the most influential people in health care has sharply tilted toward CEO’s in recent years, a new study said, as the number of academics and advocates on the list has decreased significantly.

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