• Viewpoint: 5 Trump administration healthcare initiatives that should stick around

    As President Joe Biden works to reverse policies enacted by the Trump administration, there are some healthcare initiatives implemented during that time that are worth preserving, Elisabeth Rosenthal, MD, former emergency room physician and editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News, wrote in a March 11 column published in The New York Times.
  • Mount Sinai exec: What we learned about setting up COVID-19 vaccination sites

    Mount Sinai Morningside Hospital employed lean management techniques to design its vaccination site, according to a March 12 article published in Harvard Business Review.
  • Mercy Health-Youngstown to open COVID-19 memorial

    Mercy Health–Youngstown (Ohio) and the health system's philanthropic arm, Mercy Health Foundation–Mahoning Valley, said they plan to establish a permanent COVID-19 memorial at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital.  
  • Where confirmations stand for Biden's HHS, surgeon general picks

    President Joe Biden's picks for HHS secretary, assistant secretary for health at HHS and surgeon general continue to go through the nomination process. 
  • What 5,050 CEOs told PwC they're expecting in 2021

    CEOs are increasingly feeling very confident about economic growth as organizations recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, a PricewaterhouseCoopers report found.
  • Business leaders can now get a certificate of public health through Harvard

    Business leaders will be able to get a certificate in public health and business leadership through Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
  • Tampa General CEO John Couris: No days off

    Sitting in Raymond James Stadium with my son, Ben, watching Tom Brady lead the Bucs to a Super Bowl victory felt like a full-circle moment for me. A lifelong Pats fan and Boston native, and now a proud Tampa resident and Bucs fan, I felt an overwhelming sense of joy and pride as I reflected over the 20 years of football moments that Ben and I have shared. 
  • 6 ways Hennepin's chief health equity officer is improving healthcare equity in her 1st month

    In Nneka Sederstrom's first month as chief health equity officer at Hennepin Healthcare, her team has worked to vaccinate thousands of members of underserved communities and are serious about closing holes in access to healthcare, she told Becker's. Here are six ways a hospital determined to achieve equity can follow Dr. Sederstrom's lead and improve healthcare access.
  • Former Brigham Health President Dr. Betsy Nabel rejoins Moderna's board

    Betsy Nabel, MD, the former president of Brigham Health in Boston, rejoined Moderna's board, effective March 10. 
  • Hospital philanthropist Carl Shapiro dead at 108

    Carl Shapiro, an expansive philanthropist who supported many hospitals and universities, died March 7 at the age of 108. 
  • 10 hospitals hiring CEOs

    Below are 10 hospitals and health systems that posted job listings seeking CEOs during the last few weeks.
  • 5 must-reads for healthcare leaders this week

    Healthcare leaders often balance the responsibility of implementing strategies to return to the office or hiring a candidate to fill a vital role. Here are five articles on ways to address common managerial challenges, guided by research and experts.
  • 5 things CEOs should know about the cloud

    Cloud computing has expanded during the pandemic so healthcare organizations can enable remote work and expand telehealth, but a 2020 Accenture study found just 37 percent of C-suite executives felt they fully achieved the outcomes they expected from their cloud initiatives. 
  • Biden senior coronavirus adviser to leave White House by June

    Andy Slavitt, a senior adviser on President Joe Biden's coronavirus response team, plans to leave the White House by June, Politico Pulse reported March 10.
  • Focusing on awareness, access and trust to help communities overcome hesitancy toward the COVID-19 vaccines

    In a recent article, Dr. Joseph Cacchione, Executive Vice President of Clinical & Network Services, Ascension, reviews what Ascension is doing to help increase access to the COVID-19 vaccine and address vaccine hesitancy across various populations.
  • How competing Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals CEOs view partnership post-pandemic

    Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals severed a historical rivalry when they began collaborating shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic. Both CEOs discussed four ways a partnership can benefit both healthcare systems post-pandemic during a March 9 radio segment on Radio Advisory.
  • Former FDA commissioners urge Biden to nominate permanent agency chief

    Six former FDA commissioners are calling on President Joe Biden to nominate the next permanent head of the agency amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • COVID-19 could forecast 'managerial blues,' study suggests

    Being promoted to a management position is supposed to be a positive step in someone's career. However, some managers feel their new position is less meaningful than their last one, causing them to eventually step down. Organizations can predict who is feeling this way about their job, according to a March 9 article published in Harvard Business Review.
  • Providence chief legal counsel dies

    A. Verona Dorch, executive vice president and chief legal counsel of Renton, Wash.-based Providence, has died at age 53.
  • Former Kentucky hospital CEO Hank Wagner dead at 78; 'put Jewish Hospital on the world map'

    Hank Wagner, former president and CEO of Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Ky., has died at age 78, according to his obituary published on Legacy.com.

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