• The healthcare CEO nixing bosses

    Bayer CEO Bill Anderson is tossing out the corporate management playbook in favor of a looser structure with fewer rules — and fewer bosses, The Wall Street Journal reported March 22.
  • The rise of local influencers in health systems

    Healthcare has become increasingly complex with large national systems consolidating and technology making it easier to access care.
  • Why a gradual transition to CEO works for this 35-year leader

    Kevin England has held various roles in his 35 years with Memorial Health, a five-hospital health system in Central Illinois. He told Becker's this experience has prepared him for the next position: CEO. 
  • How to improve a 5-star, straight-A system: 3 things to know

    When Shlomit Schaal, MD, PhD, stepped into her role as executive vice president and chief physician executive of Houston Methodist, she wondered how she could improve a top-performing system.
  • What's on hospital CEOs' bookshelves

    Hospital and health system CEOs are working to tackle the challenges within their respective organizations and within the industry today, while also looking to prepare for the future. For some, this means reading up to prepare for the next three to 10 years.
  • CEO political beliefs could spur workers to quit: Survey

    Organizations could see more workers exit based on the CEO's political beliefs, according to a survey released March 12 from job search platform Indeed, conducted in partnership with the Harris Poll. 
  • The career backgrounds of 4 for-profit CEOs

    The CEOs at the helm of the nation's largest for-profit hospital operators bring a variety of backgrounds to their roles, and this includes other positions within their companies.
  • 5 C-suite roles talent leaders are watching

    Becker's recently connected with HR and talent executives to learn how their health systems are strengthening leadership pipelines. 
  • Health system C-suites crave 'smart risk takers' to lead next

    Health system executives are making strategic pivots in response to increasing costs, staffing shortages, emerging technology, competition for patients and a trend toward consumerism.
  • A vital committee that feels ineffective — even to its members

    Audit committees are under a lot of pressure with increasingly hefty workloads, yet many members feel that their operations could be improved, Fortune reported March 14. 
  • Has quiet quitting hurt healthcare leadership? 4 execs weigh in

    At health systems around the country, talent development is top of mind. But workers' ambitions aren't as clear-cut as they once were, which can complicate succession planning. 
  • The changing face of leadership: perspectives from 88 healthcare executives

    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. 
  • CEOs' outlook getting rosier

    CEOs are feeling significantly more optimistic about the future of the global economy.
  • The do's and don'ts after an abrupt exec resignation

    Turnover among hospital and health system CEOs and other executives is to be expected, and many times they involve planned retirements or advance notice of departures for new roles. However, there are also times when a leader abruptly exits their role.
  • Pip Care Appoints Louis A. Shapiro as New Chairman of the Board

    Pittsburgh, PA – March 19, 2024 – Pip Care, Inc. a company that optimizes the surgical journey for care teams and patients, has appointed Louis A. Shapiro, formerly the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), as the Chairman of the Board of Directors, effective immediately. Mr. Shapiro will bring nearly 40 years of experience leading, growing, and establishing organizations as best-in-class. 
  • Healthcare CEO exits marked by fresh faces, empty tanks

    Last year, hospital CEO turnover hit a record high, placing additional strain on many health systems' unstable foundations. 
  • Hospital CEOs' top behavioral health worries

    Behavioral health and addiction issues were among the three most pressing concerns for hospital CEOs in 2023, according to the American College of Healthcare Executives' annual survey of top issues confronting hospitals. 
  • Lawmakers continue tech theater as healthcare problems worsen

    As the most sweeping healthcare cyberattack of our time moves into its fourth week, senators are holding closed-door meetings this week about TikTok. 
  • Can improv play a role in healthcare? Yes, and more, 1 leader says

    Building a positive workplace culture can take many forms. Compensation, benefits, work-life balance and career advancements are traditional elements in that formula. Beyond that, the extensive list of tools at health systems' disposal includes book clubs to build camaraderie.
  • Frenemies' prevalence in healthcare

    "Frenemies" are more than a middle school menace. When friends are also competitors, how can healthcare leaders navigate their relationships with a level head? 

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