• Idaho hospital board member resigns

    Joel Cleary, MD, has resigned from the board of trustees for Grangeville, Idaho-based Syringa Hospital & Clinics.
  • 1st nurse who was elected to Congress dies

    Eddie Bernice Johnson, the first nurse to be elected to Congress, died Dec. 29, 2023, at 88 years old.
  • San Diego hospitals disavow residents' Gaza cease-fire letter

    Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and UC San Diego are distancing themselves from a letter from pediatric residents calling for a cease-fire in Gaza amid the Israel-Hamas war, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported Dec. 29.
  • Michael Dowling: The most pressing question to start the year

    The new year is always an ideal time for healthcare leaders to reflect on the state of our industry and their own organizations, as well as the challenges and opportunities ahead. As the CEO of a large health system, I always like to reflect on one basic question at the end of each year: Are we staying true to our mission? 
  • State healthcare laws debuting in 2024

    Several new laws are debuting this year in states across the U.S., including laws related to healthcare.
  • 5 hospitals seeking CEOs

    Here are five hospitals that recently posted job listings seeking CEOs.
  • Harnessing the Power of Technology to Drive Workforce Optimization

    As healthcare organizations adapt to the changing landscape, it's becoming increasingly clear that technology is a key driver of success. In recent years, we have witnessed the transformative impact of the digital age on healthcare, particularly in labor management. With the help of advanced technology, healthcare organizations can leverage workforce management systems and tools to streamline their operations.
  • Sarasota Memorial is in growth mode

    Sarasota (Fla.) Memorial Health Care System kicked off big projects in 2023 to add services, hospitals, freestanding EDs and urgent care centers. These facilities are expanding the system's footprint and David Verinder, president and CEO, sees the investment continuing into the next year.
  • The 'tsunami' of change in patient expectations

    The patient experience has elevated as a priority for health systems over the last few years as patient expectations increased and competition for healthcare dollars heats up.
  • Leveraging AI to Transform Hospital Operations and Achieve ROI: A Q&A with Aaron Miri of Baptist Health of Northeast Florida

    Becker's Hospital Review recently spoke with Aaron Miri, SVP and Chief Digital & Information Officer at Baptist Health in Jacksonville, Florida, on his health system’s journey to leverage AI and advanced analytics to transform their operations, delivering increased revenue and patient capacity, particularly in the OR.
  • Health system C-suites' buzzword for 2024

    The last year, 2023, was the year of artificial intelligence in healthcare. Top executives from hospitals and health systems large and small dove deep into ways AI could make their organizations more efficient and elevate patient care.
  • 4 new books penned by health system CEOs

    In recent months, multiple past and present health system CEOs have published books. Here are four that other healthcare executives might consider adding to their reading list: 
  • RevSpring meets unique needs of small, rural healthcare systems

    With Engage IQ™ at the center, RevSpring enables a connected digital patient experience and reduced reliance on multiple vendors
  • Transforming performance: Uniting AI, automation and change management

    Artificial intelligence has proven it's here to stay in the healthcare setting.
  • CEOs grapple with image in the year of 'rizz'

    Oxford English Dictionary's 2023 word of the year was "rizz": a colloquial shorthand of "charisma" that Generation Z set on a viral spiral.
  • Hospital CEO turnover in 8 numbers

    Hospital CEOs across the U.S. have left their jobs for various reasons this year, whether it's to retire, take a new job or leave healthcare altogether.
  • Why Tampa General's CEO puts his team — not patients — first

    When healthcare executives talk about their organizations' strategy, they will often repeat the mantra: We put patients first. John Couris, president and CEO of Florida Health Sciences Center/Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital, disagrees.
  • 6 retiring CEOs' advice for the next generation of health system executives

    Dozens of hospital and health system CEOs announced their upcoming retirements in 2023. When they leave the industry, they will take decades' worth of wisdom and experience with them. 
  • Froedtert and ThedaCare's CEOs on what's next for the merged system

    Much work lies ahead as Milwaukee-based Froedtert and Neenah, Wis.-based ThedaCare prepare to launch Jan. 1 as a merged organization, but Froedtert CEO Cathy Jacobson sees it as an opportunity rather than a challenge. 
  • Joint Commission appoints 2 new executives

    The Joint Commission is expanding its executive team with the addition of a chief brand and communications officer and a commercial officer. 

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