• Bragging at work has its benefits

    Nobody wants to be seen as a "bragger," but it is important to advocate for oneself and take credit on the job, The Wall Street Journal reported. 
  • 9 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Here are nine hospitals that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
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    Medical and law schools are withdrawing from U.S. News and World Report's popular ranking system, inspiring discourse around the lists' purpose — and relevance. 
  • President of Patient Care Heroes offers insight into healthcare's future

    Dr. Kellie Lease Stecher details how she sees hospitals and health systems growing in 10 years. 
  • 10 fastest-growing C-suite roles

    A number of new titles have claimed their seat at the executive table in recent years, according to LinkedIn. 
  • How social media can be a friend, not foe, to hospitals

    Social media can be a valuable tool for promoting hospitals and health systems but can harm their reputations in a matter of "seconds" if used in the wrong way, human resources and marketing chiefs told Becker's.
  • CEOs are taking their power back

    After catering to the desires of employees during the labor market squeeze, executives are regaining their authority, The Wall Street Journal reported Feb. 2 
  • 6 health systems shuffling leadership, operations

    Ongoing financial challenges, increased efficiency at the executive level and the need to move more quickly with strategic decisions are some of the key reasons health systems across the country are restructuring operations and leadership teams.
  • Black History Month spotlight: Thoughts on leadership from 7 healthcare execs

    In honor of Black History Month, which runs through the month of February, Becker's Hospital Review asked Black leaders in healthcare to share their insights on leadership.
  • How ChatGPT performs at 5 workplace tasks

    ChatGPT — a chatbot from Open AI that uses online data to produce conversational responses — is not the most effective executive assistant, The Washington Post reported Feb. 2. 
  • Tennessee hospital, CEO receive AHA's rural leadership award

    Bolivar (Tenn.) General Hospital and its CEO Ruby Kirby have received the American Hospital Association's Rural Hospital Leadership Team Award. 
  • 8 priorities hospitals want Congress to address in 2023

    On Feb. 2, the American Hospital Association released its advocacy agenda for 2023, which features the group's key priorities for Congress, the Biden administration, regulatory agencies and courts.
  • 34 most admired healthcare companies

    While tech companies Apple, Amazon and Microsoft took top spots on the 2023 "World's Most Admired Companies" list released by Fortune on Feb. 1, healthcare-related companies were also included.
  • 17 health system leaders named to Essential Women's Leadership Academy class

    America's Essential Hospitals has named 17 rising female hospital leaders from 13 health systems to its 2023 Essential Women's Leadership Academy class. 
  • House bill seeks to end CMS' COVID-19 vaccine rule for healthcare facilities

    The House passed a bill Jan. 31 that would invalidate the Biden administration's rule that requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 if they work in healthcare facilities that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding.
  • 'Hospital purgatory': Confidence in healthcare plunges as criticism grows louder and larger

    Payers, pharmacy benefit managers and drug manufacturers are no strangers to heavy criticism from the public and providers alike. Now another sector of the healthcare system has found itself increasingly caught in the crosshairs of constituents looking to point a finger for the rising cost of care: hospitals.
  • Providence's 10 healthcare trends to watch this year

    Providence, which has system offices in Renton, Wash., and Irvine, Calif., released its annual list of predictions Jan. 26 curated by the health system's senior executives. 
  • Dr. Megan Ranney to become next dean of Yale School of Public Health

    Megan Ranney, MD, has been selected to serve as the next dean of the Yale School of Public Health, effective July 1. She will join the New Haven, Conn.-based institution from Brown University in Providence, R.I., where she has spent nearly 20 years from medical resident to various leadership positions. 
  • Biden administration to end COVID-19 public health emergency in May

    The Biden administration has informed Congress it will end the COVID-19 national and public health emergencies May 11 — signaling an end to the pandemic's crisis era and an unwinding of federal flexibilities that reshaped the nation's healthcare system. 
  • 13 medical schools boycott US News rankings: Who, why and what's next

    Thirteen medical schools have withdrawn from U.S. News and World Report's rankings, beginning with Harvard Medical School on Jan. 17. 

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