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    New Bedford, Mass.-based Southcoast Health System informed approximately 50 employees Friday that their positions will be cut.  By Kelly Gooch -
  • 6 strategic imperatives for providers in at-risk environments

    Despite what may happen on the Hill, healthcare providers must continue to shift into value-based care business models to stay competitive in the years to come. A recent report from global professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal outlines several survival strategies for providers navigating this change.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • First responders beginning to offer more in-home care

    Emergency medical technicians have begun to forego transporting patients to the hospital when the situation allows for treatment in the patient's home, according to STAT News.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • 61% of Americans believe Trump is responsible for the ACA going forward

    Even though former President Barack Obama helped craft and pass the ACA, 61 percent of Americans say President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress are responsible for future outcomes of the legislation, according to a poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • Top 5 resume red flags

    As a hospital CEO, I’ve seen many resumes come across my desk -- from physicians to clerical staff – and the red flags remain the same regardless of the position.  By Kim Bassett -
  • 33 memorable quotes from the 2017 Becker's CEO + CFO Roundtable

                Thank you to our title sponsors at the Becker's Hospital Review 6th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable!   Roughly 1,300 healthcare leaders from across the country gathered in Chicago this week for the sixth annual Becker's CEO + CFO Roundtable. Executives from hospitals and health systems joined with payers, consultants and politicians to share many innovative ideas over more than 40 hours of panels, workshops and roundtables.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • Week in review: 10 biggest stories in healthcare

    Stay in the know with Becker's Hospital Review's weekly roundup of the nation's biggest healthcare news. Here's what you need to know this week.  By Alyssa Rege -
  • OhioHealth to cut 19 jobs as part of pediatric therapy program transition

    Columbus-based OhioHealth is cutting 19 jobs at its pediatric therapy location in Ontario, Ohio, according to the Mansfield News Journal.  By Kelly Gooch -
  • AMA votes to keep ICE officials out of hospitals

    The American Medical Association House of Delegates voted against allowing federal immigration officials in hospitals at its interim meeting in Honolulu.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • House reaches bipartisan agreement on Medicare extenders

    The House Ways and Means Committee reached a bipartisan agreement Wednesday to authorize funding for several ongoing Medicare initiatives that expired in September or were set to run out at the end of the year.  By Emily Rappleye -
  • 3 ways leaders can become paid speakers

    Paid speaking can be a lucrative and fulfilling endeavor for people who are leaders in their field, but it is often difficult to get your foot in the door for these public speaking engagements, according to the Harvard Business Review.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • Viewpoint: Training will not end workplace sexual harassment, but promoting women could

    Though many organizations turn to reporting systems and training programs to try and solve the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace, the only way to truly change this culture is to promote more women into leadership roles, researchers wrote in an op-ed for the Harvard Business Review.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • Creating strong physician leaders to mold healthcare's future

    Identifying potential physician leaders early and equipping them with the tools for success is crucial for every hospital looking to thrive moving forward.  By Mary Rechtoris -
  • Baltimore business leaders hold summit with hospital presidents

    The presidents of Johns Hopkins Hospital and the University of Maryland Medical Center — both of which are based in Baltimore — spoke to the Greater Baltimore Committee Wednesday about the uncertain future of healthcare, according to The Baltimore Sun.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • Pope Francis condemns healthcare inequality in developed nations

    Pope Francis brought attention to healthcare access disparities in developed nations during a Thursday speech to European members of the World Medical Association in Vatican City, according to Reuters.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • Experts express concern over possible premium hikes after mandate repeal

    The individual mandate repeal included in the proposed Republican tax bill has led many healthcare policy experts to worry about possible premium hikes, according to The Hill.  By Leo Vartorella -
  • Making People The Priority in Health Care

    Working in healthcare for nearly 15 years has been one of the joys of my life. From the EHR revolution to payment reform to the development of Accountable Care Organizations, for the first time we are seeing  what is possible when mission-driven people focus on solving important problems, and it makes me incredibly optimistic about the future. I have great respect for the clinicians, caregivers, hospital executives and the multitude of people that have pushed the ball forward faster than ever before.  By Vince Panozzo -
  • 3 Strategies for Building Better Senior Leadership Collaboration

    As any hospital leader knows, running a health system is no easy task. This blog post by Select International discusses research findings on this subject and gives evidence-based suggestions for improving leadership and collaboration.  By Staff -
  • Peter Geier, former COO of OSU Wexner Medical Center, dies at 60

    Peter Geier, former COO of Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center in Columbus and senior lecturer and executive in residence at the OSU Fisher College of Business, has died.  By Megan Knowles -
  • Peter Sands to lead Global Fund: 5 things to know

    Peter Sands, a former British banker, is the new executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.  By Kelly Gooch -

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