• 'It demands new thinking': 6 health system CEOs on how their roles have evolved

    Chief executive officers sit at the helm of the healthcare industry's often tumultuous ebbs and flows — from the adoption of new technologies, to increasing conversations about diversity and equity, to shifting workplace norms, to the COVID-19 pandemic that created chaos in health systems. To keep pace, CEOs must stay nimble. 
  • Sharp HealthCare consolidates hospital execs

    San Diego, Calif.-based Sharp HealthCare is reorganizing executive leadership for its seven hospitals — a move that is not expected to result in any layoffs or affect front-line workers, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported Oct. 25.
  • Vermont hospital CEO resigns after no-confidence vote

    The CEO of North Country Hospital in Newport, Vt., has resigned after medical staff took a no-confidence vote toward him.
  • California hospitals restructure leadership after summer resignations

    MemorialCare Long Beach (Calif.) Medical Center and MemorialCare Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach are making strategic changes in executive leadership months after CEO John Bishop and former COO Ike Mmeje unexpectedly announced their resignations.
  • 5 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Here are five hospitals that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  • Corner Office: Providing hope is a leader's job, Corewell Health CEO says

    Tina Freese Decker serves as president and CEO of Corewell Health, the new name for the 22-hospital organization formed by the February merger of Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Spectrum Health with Southfield, Mich.-based Beaumont Health.
  • Clinical denials: understanding current trends and strategies for reducing denials

    Clinical denials are undermining providers' ability to get paid in full for the services they deliver. Trends around this phenomenon are worsening. 
  • CDC director tests positive for COVID-19

    CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, MD, tested positive for COVID-19 on Oct. 21. The agency said she is experiencing mild symptoms. 
  • Public indicates loss of confidence in HCA-acquired North Carolina hospital; staff feedback sought

    Brevard, N.C.-based Transylvania Regional Hospital is asking staff to share their experiences after the hospital was acquired by Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare and feedback from the community revealed a loss of confidence, The Transylvania Times reported Oct. 23. 
  • Vermont hospital medical staff vote no confidence in CEO

    Medical staff at North Country Hospital in Newport, Vt., have voted no confidence in CEO Brian Nall, news station WCAX reported Oct. 21.
  • 5 steps to becoming a 'thought leader'

    "Thought leaders" —  experts who share their point of view with audiences beyond their own teams — can gain visibility for their organizations and themselves by putting their perspectives to paper. However, with so many outlets through which to share knowledge and so much material to curate, it can be difficult to get started, according to an Oct. 20 article in Smartbrief. 
  • Amwell underscores commitment to driving positive impact with environmental, social and governance framework

    Amwell®, (NYSE: AMWL) a digital care delivery leader, announced the release of its inaugural Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) Framework. The Framework provides insight into the Company’s business, across three key areas: people, products, and operations, as viewed through an ESG lens.
  • 13 women making moves in healthcare

    The following executive moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker's since Oct. 14. 
  • UPMC exec Charles Bogosta selected for International Healthcare Leadership Award

    Pittsburgh-based UPMC's Charles Bogosta, president of UPMC International and executive vice president of UPMC, has been chosen for the National Center for Healthcare Leadership's 2022 International Healthcare Leadership Award. 
  • How to reshuffle your organization without major disruption

    More companies are restructuring their teams — and finances — to improve efficiency before a potential recession, according to management consulting firm Korn Ferry. However, reshuffling the wrong way can lead to pushback from employees. 
  • Executives' stress rising despite more flexibility: survey

    Executives' experience scores have sharply declined over the past year — though they are still more satisfied than senior executives and middle managers, according to the October edition of Future Forum Pulse, a quarterly workforce survey. 
  • Oregon hospital workers petition to recall board members

    Unions seeking the ouster of two of Bay Area Hospital's elected board members have submitted petition signatures toward their effort.
  • 5 questions to guide succession planning discussions at hospitals

    The American Hospital Association and its Physician Alliance released a succession planning guide Oct. 19 for healthcare leaders, which includes five diagnostic questions to guide discussions with teams on preparing for the future.
  • How hospitals can help their future leaders succeed

    Planning for future leaders to take the helm has long been part of hospital and health system strategies. And it has become increasingly important during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly amid an aging workforce, staffing challenges and an increasing number of employee and executive exits. 
  • Female leaders leaving companies at highest rate in years

    Female leaders are leaving their companies at the highest rate in years as they seek more from their workplaces, according to a new study on the state of women in corporate America.

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