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    Healthcare is evolving quickly and will require strong leadership to transform delivery models and access to care. But amid all the change, Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based AdventHealth CEO Terry Shaw encourages his team to hone the same essential skills he's sharpened throughout his career.
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    William Henrich, MD, president of UT Health San Antonio since 2009, has died, the institution confirmed in an announcement on its website. 
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  • Emergency Nurses Association welcomes 1st chief clinical officer

    The Emergency Nurses Association has appointed one of its long-time members, Bradley Goettl, DNP, as its inaugural chief clinical officer, the organization announced March 14.
  • Walmart leans into compassionate leadership

    Walmart is championing compassionate leadership practices among its store managers, mirroring a broader trend across corporate America, The New York Times reported March 12.
  • How Gen Z bosses lead

    Members of Generation Z are rapidly moving into leadership roles, bringing new ideas about what work can and should look like, The Wall Street Journal reported March 10. 
  • Hackensack Meridian Health CEO: US needs a mental health moonshot

    Robert Garrett, CEO of Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health, is calling for a "Mental Health Moonshot" to address the nation's behavioral health crisis, similar to commitments the country has put forward through the Cancer Moonshot. 
  • Physician who helped found Tennessee hospital dies at 87

    Robert Bone, MD, a physician who helped found a Tennessee hospital, died March 11 at 87.
  • Female, male CEOs take similar risks under pressure: Study

    There's a gendered assumption that women CEOs are more risk-averse than men, but recent research suggests that isn't always the case. 
  • The CEO job's unspoken honeymoon period

    One reason CEO turnover is so high: The job is rarely all it's cracked up to be, according to a recent episode of McKinsey & Co.'s podcast, "Inside the Strategy Room." 
  • Why this CEO hasn't taken a vacation in 20 years

    Executives across industries take varying amounts of vacations throughout their careers, and they have different perspectives on this topic. 
  • Providence leader solves staffing issue close to home

    To get ahead of staffing challenges, hospitals should look to their own communities, according to Carl Hinkson, senior director of ancillary services at Everett, Wash.-based Providence Health & Services.
  • What Mark Cuban learned from a $141K oversight

    Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban's generic drug company launched an online pharmacy in January 2022, and as he has spent more time in the healthcare industry, he has been vocal about lessons learned along the way. 
  • A CEO's 'unpopular' opinion

    Mark Keroack, MD, who began his career as an internal medicine and infectious disease specialist, has served as president and CEO of Springfield, Mass.-based Baystate Health since 2014.
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    Tenet Health, a for-profit hospital operator based in Dallas, is seeking leaders for numerous C-level executive positions within its hospitals. 
  • 10 thoughts on leadership from women in healthcare

    In honor of Women's History Month in March and International Women's Day on March 8, Becker's Hospital Review asked women in the healthcare industry to share their insights on leadership.
  • Biden's State of the Union: 13 healthcare takeaways

    During his State of the Union address March 7, President Joe Biden highlighted more than a dozen issues affecting healthcare leaders, from reproductive rights to prescription drug costs. 
  • The 'right time' for hospital execs to retire

    For Kootenai Health CEO Jon Ness, the right time to retire came down to the state of the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho-based health system. 
  • IU Health CEO urges systems to donate $50K each to gubernatorial candidate

    Dennis Murphy, president and CEO of Indianapolis-based IU Health, has penned a letter to two dozen other health system chiefs, asking them to pool money for a certain gubernatorial candidate. 

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