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  • Harvard's Dr. Alexa Kimball talks mentorship, balancing roles and toppling barriers women face

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  • Celebrating National Rural Health Day

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  • Why CEOs prefer these interactions in person

    For hospitals and health systems, communication with employees is crucial, especially amid today's workforce, financial and operational challenges. Although the pandemic has increased dependence on electronic and virtual communication, hospital and health system leaders continue to place high value on face-to-face conversations.
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    The executives featured in this article are all speaking at the Becker's Healthcare 13th Annual Meeting April 3-6, 2023, at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago.
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    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

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  • Why CEO Dr. John Brumsted has forgone marketing calls

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