• HHS launches a website for reproductive care 

    HHS has launched a website, reproductiverights.gov, to help people understand their abortion rights and find access to contraception and abortion services, Politico reported June 29. 
  • Trinity Health combines ministries, restructures leadership in New York

    Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health is restructuring leadership in its New York region as it combines St. Peter's Health Partners in Albany and St. Joseph's Health in Syracuse into one regional ministry.
  • Michael Dowling: The lost art of compromise

    In nearly every facet of our lives, all of us are routinely put in the position of trying to settle disputes or disagreements, whether it be with our spouses or significant others, our children, our siblings, co-workers, neighbors, contractors — you name it. It's part of everyday life. Conflicts arise and we figure out how to resolve them.
  • HHS vows to enforce exceptions to abortion bans

    HHS has laid out its plans and assurances for how the agency will support both patients and providers seeking and providing abortions in states in which it is banned, according to a June 28 press release. 
  • Trust will be key to vaccinating youngest children in 'marathon' rollout, hospital CEOs say

    Now that children as young as 6 months old are able to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, hospitals and health systems are gearing up to address patient family concerns regarding those vaccines. 
  • Physician burnout: What organizations are doing to cope with the fire under their feet

    Physicians are overburdened with onerous administrative tasks that are eating into the time they would prefer to spend with patients. Not only are these excessive documentation requirements taking a toll on physicians, but they are also contributing to financial challenges for health systems.
  • Leadership & Management Healthcare leaders Q&A on how Human Understanding influences mission and culture

    NRC Health, the leading provider of in-depth customer insights in healthcare, recently interviewed several nationally recognized healthcare leaders on the critical role Human Understanding plays in healthcare to drive growth, personalize care, build trust, drive loyalty and equity, transform services, and exceed expectations.
  • Intermountain's Dan Liljenquist: 'Collaborating disruptively' key to advancing healthcare

    Dan Liljenquist combines his passions for public policy and healthcare as chief strategy officer of Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare. 
  • 5 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Below are five hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  • The Hospitals of Providence adjusts CEO roles

    The Hospitals of Providence, an eight-hospital health system based in El Paso, Texas, promoted two leaders to executive roles and expanded another leader's role as part of the transition, according to a June 21 news release shared with Becker's.
  • Retired workers are turning to 'returnships' and loving it

    Looking to combat ageism, boredom or just to enjoy themselves, some retirees are getting back into the workforce in part-time capacities in the form of "returnships", Bloomberg reported June 23. 
  • Almost half of all new entrepreneurs are women

    The proportion of new business owners that are women and people of color is on the rise, according to a June 23 survey published by human resources company Gusto.
  • 19 women making moves in healthcare 

    The following executive moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker's since June 17.
  • Tennessee hospital defends CEO selection process

    Blount Memorial Hospital's board has responded to concerns raised about the process used to select its new CEO. 
  • Biden names new science adviser 

    President Joe Biden has nominated Arati Prabhakar, PhD, to lead the Office of Science and Technology Policy, according to a June 21 White House press release. The nomination requires Senate confirmation.
  • Dr. Samantha Jacques of McLaren Health Care wins lifetime achievement award

    Samantha Jacques, PhD, has been awarded the 2022 John D. Hughes Iconoclast Award from the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation. 
  • 'This is part of pandemic recovery': 4 chief medical officers share their priorities for the year

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare industry is facing escalating challenges including workforce shortages and burnout. Amid these challenges, hospitals are prioritizing building their workforce, expanding patient care models and addressing health discrepancies. 
  • How 6 hospital CEOs got into healthcare

    The Becker's Hospital Review Corner Office series asks hospital and health system CEOs to share one thing that piqued their interest in healthcare.
  • How CEOs can become chief change officers 

    Preparing for potential threats to leadership, building trust with stakeholders and being flexible are all ways in which CEOs can lead their organizations through difficult times of adaptation and become chief change officers, The Harvard Business Review reported June 16.
  • Tennessee hospital shakes up C-suite

    Blount Memorial Hospital in Maryville, Tenn., has a new CEO and is making other changes to its executive team. 

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