• CEO resignations hit record high

    Dozens of hospital CEOs have resigned this year as a record number of chiefs across all industries have exited their roles, according to a May 18 Challenger, Gray & Christmas report. 
  • CEO confidence in economy tanks

    CEOs in the U.S. are pessimistic about the economic environment and industry-specific challenges as a measure of their confidence, determined by The Conference Board, has fallen sharply between the first and second quarter of 2022. 
  • 3 strategies to lead short-staffed teams 

    From getting rid of menial tasks to re-focusing energy, there are several ways leaders can help ease the burden for teams that are understaffed and overworked, according to a May 17 Harvard Business Review article.
  • States aren't spending millions in federal funding earmarked for health disparities

    Despite the pandemic revealing the deep roots of health disparities in the U.S., many state and county health agencies haven't used their federal funding to fight the issue, citing bureaucratic delays and issues setting up programs, Kaiser Health News reported May 16.
  • Changing how nurses get paid: An overlooked tool in employee retention

    As the U.S. experiences a crisis in nursing employment, IntelyCare offers per diem nurses a compelling solution.
  • There is No One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Upskilling in Healthcare: 3 Things Leaders Need to Consider

    The healthcare industry continues to face unprecedented workforce challenges, including clinician burnout, turnover, a depleted leadership pipeline, and a host of others triggered by policy changes, cost cutting, and digital transformation. With each challenge, we’ve seen new skill gaps emerge — from clinicians asked to take on new responsibilities, to administrators covering multiple roles, to entirely new needs that systems were never built to address — and yet workers are rarely given the tools, training, or support to meet these new needs.
  • From vulnerable to valued: 4 insights on connecting patients, providers, and payers with behavioral health care coordination

    The U.S. is experiencing a behavioral health crisis.
  • COVID-19 public health emergency set to be extended

    HHS is set to extend the COVID-19 public health emergency past mid-July, Bloomberg reported May 16.
  • Interim leadership in healthcare: Pros and cons

    At hospitals and health systems, interim leadership is brought in when an executive position becomes vacant, whether that be through a resignation, promotion or other means. 
  • 3 health system CEOs reveal retirement plans

    Whether it be wine tasting, family time or coaching high school teams, these soon-to-be retired healthcare industry leaders have a lot to look forward to after many years of hard work. 
  • How the best CEOs are approaching digital transformation

    To successfully execute a digital transformation, CEOs need to focus time and energy on the venture, clarifying its goals and process, according to a May 12 McKinsey podcast. 
  • 4 healthcare leaders on how healthcare will change

    From data analytics and wearables to a push for health equity, top healthcare leaders identified key trends and growth avenues for healthcare in Fortune May 13.
  • 10 healthcare CEOs among 100 highest paid, as CEO pay hits new record high

    CEO salaries of the biggest corporations have hit record highs in 2021 for the sixth year in a row, with the annual average pay sitting at $14.7 million. Among the 100 highest paid CEOs of U.S companies were 10 healthcare leaders, according to a May 15 Wall Street Journal article.
  • 5 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Below are five hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  • Hospitals await HHS move on public health emergency today

    HHS pledged to provide 60 days' notice if it opts to end the COVID-19 public health emergency, leaving healthcare providers awaiting word on Monday.
  • Female execs share tips to balance motherhood, careers

    Several female executives shared tips to successfully balance influential careers and the daily demands of motherhood during the 44th annual Outstanding Mother Awards May 5. 
  • Women of color feel they have to 'self-edit' at work

    Women, and especially women of color, often feel they have to monitor themselves in work environments, constantly self-editing to ensure they don't leave a negative impression, writes Joan Williams, a professor at UC Hastings College of Law in San Francisco, in the Harvard Business Review. 
  • Mayor's letter prompts HCA Healthcare CEO to visit North Carolina hospital

    The formation of a community advisory group was among the issues discussed when HCA Healthcare CEO Samuel Hazen met with local leaders over complaints and concerns at Transylvania Regional Hospital in Brevard, N.C., ABC affiliate WLOS reported.  
  • 6 women making moves in healthcare

    The following executive moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker's since May 6.
  • Ingenovis Health Acquires VISTA Staffing Solutions

    Ingenovis Health, Inc., a leading healthcare workforce solutions company backed by private investment firms Cornell Capital and Trilantic North America, today announced that it has acquired VISTA Staffing Solutions ("VISTA") from Envision Physician Services. VISTA is a leading locum tenens healthcare staffing company with an extensive network of physicians and advanced practitioners nationwide serving hospitals, clinics, medical practices, and government agencies.

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