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    Historically, extroverts have been promoted to leadership roles at higher rates than their peers. But in the post-pandemic C-suite, a new leadership style is taking hold — one better suited to introverts. 
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  • How advanced technologies can help hospitals recoup revenue amid escalating denials

    It’s time for provider organizations to embrace advanced technologies for revenue cycle management (RCM). With hospital cash reserves low, denials for claims and prior authorizations steadily rising, and burnout high, tools that lower administrative burden and costs, and allow RCM teams to apply their expertise to the greatest effect are essential.
  • The workforce challenges that are top of mind for hospital CEOs

    In January, the American College of Healthcare Executives released its annual survey of top issues confronting hospitals, and hospital CEOs ranked workforce challenges as their No. 1 concern in 2023. 
  • Cut CEO pay, not jobs, to boost customer loyalty: Study

    Companies that slash costs by reducing CEO pay rather than headcount might enjoy a "larger, more lucrative customer base," according to the University of Houston. 
  • Needle-moving innovations from 86 health system execs 

    Becker's asked C-suite executives from hospitals and health systems across the U.S. to share their organization's areas of growth for the next few years. 
  • HCA realigns C-level chains of command

    HCA Healthcare is changing reporting structures and hierarchies among its senior executives. 
  • 'DEI' becomes 'IED'

    The sentiments surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are changing — as are the words used to describe them, according to a recent report from The New York Times. 
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    The Apples, Microsofts and Amazons of the world are admired for many reasons, but one supersedes all: financial stability, according to Korn Ferry. 
  • Execs use many words to avoid one: Layoffs

    Rightsizing. Involuntary career events. Offboarding. There are lots of names for the same thing: Someone losing their job.
  • The fastest-growing C-suite job: Why it matters for healthcare

    The chief growth officer's presence has been, well, growing. 
  • CEOs can see the bright side again

    For the first time in two years, CEOs are more optimistic than pessimistic about what's ahead for the economy. 
  • Froedtert ThedaCare, now merged, debuts board

    The newly combined 18-hospital system in Wisconsin formed by Froedtert Health and ThedaCare has announced its board of directors. 
  • 8 C-suite roles to watch

    In the past year, more than 40 health systems have taken a closer look at their leadership teams — adding, subtracting, redesigning and combining roles to position their C-suites for the future. 
  • 'Be a game-changer': Insights on leadership for Black History Month

    In honor of Black History Month in February, Becker's Hospital Review asked what it means to be a Black leader in healthcare.
  • Penn Health CEO: 'Health systems should not be an insurance company'

    Kevin Mahoney, CEO of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, part of Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine, sat down with the Philadelphia Business Journal's John George on Feb. 5 during the publication's 2024 Economic Forecast event to discuss an array of topics. Among the topics was health systems and health insurers linking up or healthcare providers joining the insurance business.
  • A 30-year CFO's secrets to a long career

    Healthcare CFOs' tenures last an average of 4.7 years, according to a 2023 report from Crist Kolder Associates. Sid Sczygelski, meanwhile, has served as the CFO of Wausau, Wis.-based Aspirus more than six times that average.  
  • How 7 leaders are shifting their leadership strategies

    In 2024, leaders said they are focused on improving their adaptability and connection in order to build stronger teams.
  • Florida bill seeks to replace hospital district board

    If Florida's HB 739 is inked, much could change for the Titusville-based North Brevard County Hospital District.
  • Hospital C-suites get serious about health equity

    Health equity is transitioning from an idea into tangible change as health system C-suites are investing in projects and initiatives to move the needle for patients.

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