• Why Allegheny's CEO took on a new title

    Cynthia Hundorfean has served as president and CEO of Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network since February 2016. But she is taking on a new enterprise role once the new year arrives: chief living health development officer. 
  • 'Vast conspiracy': Missouri hospital board, executives speak out on controversial reshuffling

    Memphis, Mo.-based Scotland County Hospital District suddenly ousted its CEO and CFO on Aug. 16, sparking questions and fueling controversy. Three months later, former executives and board members — and one state senator — shared their perspectives on what happened, according to a Nov. 14 report from the Missouri Independent. 
  • Montana Hospital Association CEO exits

    Rich Rasmussen is no longer president and CEO of the Montana Hospital Association, the Independent Record reported Nov. 15.
  • Mount Sinai names dean of women's health

    New York City-based Mount Sinai has appointed Michal Elovitz, MD, to serve as dean for women's health research at the Icahn School of Medicine, effective March 1. She will also serve as director of the center for the advancement of female biology, according to a Nov. 15 news release sent to Becker's. 
  • Effective denials management strategies to drive growth

    Over the last three years, most health systems have seen increases in denials. At the same time, it's becoming harder to get denials overturned and the time frames to appeal are getting shorter.
  • New Renown CEO to staff: Short stints not his style

    Brian Erling, MD, the new president and CEO of Reno, Nev.-based Renown Health, said he is excited to keep business local — both the health system's and his own. 
  • William Petasnick, former Froedtert CEO, dies at 76

    William "Bill" Petasnick, former president and CEO of Milwaukee-based Froedtert Health, died Nov. 8 at age 76, according to his obituary.
  • Why CEO Dr. John Brumsted has forgone marketing calls

    John Brumsted, MD, is looking back at his decadeslong career — including never making a marketing call — as he prepares to retire as president and CEO of the University of Vermont Health Network.
  • It's an age of incivility: How business leaders can help

    It's a trend that many people have noticed recently — front-line employees across industries, including healthcare, are facing increased rants, insults and rudeness. This raises the question: What can business leaders do to improve the situation?
  • 7 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Here are seven hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  • Broward Health CEO named to DeSantis' transition team

    Newly reelected Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is forming a transition team as he begins his second term in office, with the CEO of Broward Health serving as one of its chairs. 
  • The leadership blindspots that let workplace bullying persist

    Creating a safe, healthy workplace where employees can thrive is top of mind for leaders, especially amid the "Great Resignation." Still, data shows about 30 percent of Americans are bullied at work. That's because many organizations do not implement strategies that address the full scope of inappropriate behaviors, three experts wrote in a Nov. 10 article for Harvard Business Review.
  • The best advice 4 COOs from top hospitals have received

    Chief operating officers from four of U.S. News & World Report's best hospitals and their umbrella health systems recently shared with Becker's Hospital Review the best advice they've received. 
  • Male leaders get more credit for curiosity than female colleagues, study finds

    Employees are more likely to spring into action when a male leader expresses curiosity than when a female one does, The Wall Street Journal reported Nov. 8. 
  • How healthcare measures stacked up in the midterm election

    Voters nationwide headed to the midterm polls Nov. 8. Here are results in states with healthcare referendums on the ballot. Some results were too close to call as of Nov. 9. 
  • FDA commissioner tests positive for COVID-19

    FDA Commissioner Robert Califf, MD, tested positive for COVID-19 over the first weekend of November and is experiencing mild symptoms. 
  • Meet 1 Washington hospital's 4-legged security officer

    Puyallup, Wash.-based MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital added a K-9 officer to its security team, The News Tribune reported Nov. 7.
  • The pitfalls of the 'glass cliff' for women of color in leadership

    When women of color are selected for high-level leadership positions, hidden expectations are often placed upon them — and they tend to be unrealistic, according to a Nov. 6 article published in Fortune. 
  • 4 health measures on the Nov. 8 ballot

    Voters nationwide are heading to the midterm polls Nov. 8. Several states have healthcare referendums on the ballot.
  • 6 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Here are six hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.

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