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    Community Health Systems, a for-profit hospital operator based in Franklin, Tenn., is seeking leaders for numerous C-suite roles at its facilities. 
  • Bringing national expertise back home to patients

    Health care providers can only treat patients if we can reach them. 
  • Dr. Rod Hochman's challenge to the next generation of leaders

    As his retirement approaches, Rod Hochman, MD, president and CEO of Renton, Wash.-based Providence, is sharing his insights with the next generation of leaders at the health system.
  • 12 C-level job openings with HCA

    The largest hospital operator in the country is seeking leaders for numerous roles at the top of its facilities. 
  • Break through burnout with partnerships, Premier Health CMO says

    Burnout. It's a topic that has been heavily discussed across the healthcare industry over the last few years and is a challenge that is still prevalent with providers today. To combat this, Roberto Colón, MD, vice president of medical affairs, chief medical officer at Dayton, Ohio-based Premier Health, is urging healthcare organizations to lean on partnerships.
  • A Partner for Change: Utilizing AI and Change Management to Address Inpatient Nursing Shortages

    The delicate dynamics of inpatient operations are exacerbated by staffing related challenges including nursing shortages that have profoundly impacted healthcare organizations, resulting in higher nurse-to-patient ratios, increased reliance on premium pay strategies, and the need to close beds due to inadequate staffing, all of which impact patient care quality and staff satisfaction.
  • 4 healthcare takeaways from the presidential debate

    President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump spent a small portion of their 90-minute presidential debate June 27 highlighting issues affecting healthcare leaders, from prescription drug costs to the opioid crisis. 
  • The Surgeon General is right: Gun violence is a public health crisis, health systems can lead the change

    On June 25, the U.S Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, rightly declared gun violence a public health threat. Every day 117 Americans lose their lives to gunshot wounds, which are also the number one killer of children and adolescents, surpassing car accidents. With more guns than people in the U.S., this is an epidemic that is not waning.
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    Many healthcare executives have faced impostor syndrome during their careers and have learned how to overcome it.
  • Former New York hospital CEO dies

    Paul Griner, MD, who served as CEO of Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, N.Y., for more than a decade, has died, according to a post on the University of Rochester Medical Center website.
  • These CEOs are leading by listening

    While the commotion of a hospital and health system CEO role can make it difficult to keep one's finger on the pulse of an organization, many leaders are taking a step back to authentically connect with their employees, so they feel not only seen, but heard.
  • CEOs' struggle with impostor syndrome

    Many people are familiar with impostor syndrome, particularly in psychological and social contexts. However, a new report released June 6 from organizational consulting firm Korn Ferry highlights the concept's prevalence among CEOs in the U.S.
  • Get out of the office and talk with employees, Nicklaus Children's CEO says

    Much like his last name, Matthew Love, president and CEO of Nicklaus Children's Health System in Miami, truly loves what he does. It's this love that drives his goal for a simple yet large mission: ensuring healthcare access for all children. 
  • Healthcare's new command center strategy: How health systems can leverage AI and change management to bolster margins

    Providing optimal access to care via efficient patient flow requires health systems to maximize resource utilization.
  • From nurse to CEO: 2 executives reflect on their paths to the top

    Throughout their careers, Laureen Driscoll, MSN, RN, and Kathy Tussey, DNP, RN, remained open to change and said yes more often than no, even to opportunities about which they were skeptical or knew would be a challenge. 
  • 'We may not ever be fully staffed': Health system C-suites plan for the future

    After the pandemic, most healthcare leaders experienced a "great resignation" as workers left for other service industries and ever since health systems have been dealing with a lack of skilled labor to backfill the vacancies.
  • Lurie Children's namesake philanthropist dies

    Ann Lurie, a renowned philanthropist for which the Chicago-based Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital is named, has died at 79, the Chicago Tribune reported June 24.
  • 'Appeal to the heart': Michael Dowling's push to make gun violence a healthcare priority

    In 2019, Michael Dowling began reaching out to peers at other leading health systems to garner support in collectively acknowledging and addressing gun violence as a public health crisis. Few were willing to sign on to such efforts. 
  • Former Grady hospital CEO dies

    Pamela Stephenson, who served as CEO of Atlanta-based Grady Memorial Hospital and as a Democratic member of the Georgia House of Representatives, died June 17, according to the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She was 73. 

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