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  • A system CEO's difficult choice

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  • Biden to direct federal agencies to advance women's health research

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  • GOP splits from Trump on ACA antagonism

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  • Middle management's shaky future

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  • Why a health system CEO takes notes from public utilities

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  • CVS' CEO on taking up space

    Karen Lynch, president and CEO of CVS Health, says she once considered herself "the plainest person you could ever meet." 
  • AdventHealth CEO: 3 leadership essentials for the next 3 years

    Healthcare is evolving quickly and will require strong leadership to transform delivery models and access to care. But amid all the change, Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based AdventHealth CEO Terry Shaw encourages his team to hone the same essential skills he's sharpened throughout his career.
  • UT Health San Antonio president dies

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  • The 1st jobs of 7 famous billionaires

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    Attitudes of elitism aren't just a sign of poor teamwork in healthcare — they are a sign of incompetence. 
  • Emergency Nurses Association welcomes 1st chief clinical officer

    The Emergency Nurses Association has appointed one of its long-time members, Bradley Goettl, DNP, as its inaugural chief clinical officer, the organization announced March 14.
  • Walmart leans into compassionate leadership

    Walmart is championing compassionate leadership practices among its store managers, mirroring a broader trend across corporate America, The New York Times reported March 12.
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    Members of Generation Z are rapidly moving into leadership roles, bringing new ideas about what work can and should look like, The Wall Street Journal reported March 10. 
  • Hackensack Meridian Health CEO: US needs a mental health moonshot

    Robert Garrett, CEO of Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health, is calling for a "Mental Health Moonshot" to address the nation's behavioral health crisis, similar to commitments the country has put forward through the Cancer Moonshot. 
  • Physician who helped found Tennessee hospital dies at 87

    Robert Bone, MD, a physician who helped found a Tennessee hospital, died March 11 at 87.
  • Female, male CEOs take similar risks under pressure: Study

    There's a gendered assumption that women CEOs are more risk-averse than men, but recent research suggests that isn't always the case. 

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