• Single women at disadvantage for leadership at work

    Although working mothers have always known it is more challenging to ascend the leadership ranks at work, new studies suggest that single women also sit at a disadvantage, Bloomberg reported March 10.
  • Mayo Clinic, Kaiser's Care at Home Coalition urges lawmakers to extend waivers

    The Advanced Care at Home Coalition and more than 100 healthcare organizations and health systems have penned a letter to lawmakers, urging them to pass legislation to extend waivers enacted during the pandemic allowing for hospital care at home.
  • 4 hospital execs delaying retirement

    In February, several executives reported delays to their retirement, caused either by pandemic fluctuations, difficulty finding a successor or ensuring a smooth transition.
  • CVS Health board shrinks amid switch up

    The CVS Health board has shrunk to 11 members as David W. Dorman, the independent chair of the board of directors, and Tony L. White, director of the board, both retire, according to a March 10 news release. 
  • 4 figures showing the effect of female leaders

    Women's participation in the workforce was hit hard during the pandemic, affecting organizations across the nation and reducing female representation in leadership positions. When women at the top leave, everybody loses out, according to a March 8 report from the Harvard Business Review. 
  • AMN Healthcare CEO to retire

    Susan Salka, president and CEO of Coppell, Texas-based medical staffing firm AMN Healthcare, plans to retire by the end of 2022. 
  • House passes spending bill that cuts $15.6B in pandemic aid

    The House passed a $1.5 trillion federal spending package March 9 after pulling COVID-19 funding from the bill earlier that day, according to The New York Times.
  • New Jersey hospital CEO, former state health commissioner picked by Biden for VA role

    Shereef Elnahal, MD, president and CEO of University Hospital in Newark, N.J., and former commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Health, is President Joe Biden's pick for undersecretary for health for the Veterans Health Administration at the Veterans Affairs Department, the White House said March 9. 
  • Maryland health system board chair abruptly resigns

    James "Chip" DiPaula Jr. resigned March 9 as chairman of University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, according to The Baltimore Sun.
  • MyMichigan Health CEO Dr. Diane Postler-Slattery, husband die in plane crash

    Diane Postler-Slattery, PhD, president and CEO of Midland-based MyMichigan Health, and her husband, Don, died in a plane crash in northwest Florida on March 8, according to the health system.
  • New school to train healthcare leaders opens in Boston

    The MGH Institute of Health Professions, a graduate school founded by Boston-based Massachusetts General Hospital, is launching a healthcare leadership school and new academic programs.
  • Omega Healthcare Acquires Reventics, a Physician Focused CDI and RCM Company

    BOCA RATON, FL,  March 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Omega Healthcare, a leading healthcare management solutions partner supporting the broad healthcare ecosystem, today announced its acquisition of Reventics, a Denver, CO based company.
  • Rhode Island health and human services secretary resigning

    Womazetta Jones is leaving her role as Rhode Island Health and Human Services secretary, The Providence Journal reported March 7.
  • Washington hospital's interim CEO defends record amid scrutiny

    Michael Layfield, who was appointed interim CEO of Coupeville, Wash.-based WhidbeyHealth in late February, is trying to set the record straight on his career. 
  • 27 thoughts on leadership from women in healthcare

    In honor of International Women's Day on March 8, Becker's Hospital Review asked women in the healthcare industry to share their insights on leadership.
  • Lawmakers begin probe on Eric Lander's misconduct

    A month after President Joe Biden's top science adviser resigned amid allegations of misconduct, some lawmakers are beginning to investigate what occurred. 
  • 6 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Below are six hospitals that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  • Health experts urge against COVID-19 complacency: 12 calls to action from their new 136-page plan

    A team of 53 epidemiologists, pharmacologists, virologists, immunologists and policy experts published a 136-page report on the heels of the new COVID-19 preparedness plan released by the White House. Their plan shares similarities with that from the Biden administration but also differences, such as broadening the nation's response to include all major respiratory viruses. 
  • Dr. Hugh Long, who led New Orleans hospital board, dies in snowmobile accident

    Hugh Long, PhD, a longtime Tulane University professor who served on New Orleans-based Touro Infirmary hospital's governing board, died March 2 in a snowmobile accident in Yellowstone National Park, according to nola.com.
  • Healthcare access, employment among gender disparities that widened amid pandemic

    The pandemic intensified a range of preexisting gender disparities, widening the equality gap between men and women globally, according to a March 2 study published in The Lancet. 

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