• 3 strategies for employers to retain staff 

    Turnover is at record high levels, with many workers quitting unsatisfactory jobs in search of better treatment, pursuit of passion projects or simply just a break. Here are three techniques employers have used that helped them retain staff, as reported by The Washington Post on Nov. 4.
  • Closing the experience gap part of Atlantic Health's recruitment strategy, chief nurse exec says

    Trish O'Keefe, PhD, RN, is senior vice president and chief nurse executive for Morristown, New Jersey-based Atlantic Health System. She is also the president of Morristown Medical Center, which is ranked as the number one hospital in New Jersey by U.S. News & World Report for four consecutive years. Dr. O'Keefe spoke with Becker's in November about how the network is navigating the healthcare staffing crisis.
  • COVID-19 will require healthcare organizations to adopt an adaptive, supportive culture

    The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a profound effect on healthcare organizations, as clinicians face heavier workloads than ever. Patients with non-COVID-related conditions have returned to hospitals for care, while waves of people infected with the Delta variant are hitting emergency departments and ICUs.
  • East Orange General acquisition gives CEO Paige Dworak a landmark role: Her insights

    East Orange (N.J.) General Hospital announced in October it plans to be acquired by for-profit EOH Acquisition Group, which would make CEO Paige Dworak the first female-owner CEO of a New Jersey hospital.
  • American Psychological Association apologizes for role in perpetuating systemic racism

    The American Psychological Association has issued a statement apologizing to people of color for the scientific and professional organization's role — and the role of psychology — in promoting, perpetuating and failing to challenge racism.
  • Joint Commission, Kaiser name 1st recipient of new health equity award

    Worcester, Mass.-based UMass Memorial Health is the inaugural recipient of the Joint Commission and Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente's Bernard J. Tyson National Award for Excellence in Pursuit of Healthcare Equity. 
  • VA tries to hold on to patients despite law allowing some veterans to seek private care

    Veterans across the country have felt the effects of the Department of Veterans Affairs' battle to retain patients and keep funding since the Mission Act passed, USA Today and CBS8 reported Nov. 2. 
  • The stakes for health system CEOs are higher: CommonSpirit CEO Lloyd H. Dean explains how

    Retirement makes for a big transition in an executive's day-to-day life. This is especially the case when the executive has been working since age 10, like CommonSpirit Health CEO Lloyd Dean.
  • The single piece of advice 6 hospital leaders remember most

    The Corner Office series asks healthcare leaders to answer questions about their life in and outside the office.
  • Virtual event will showcase the future of healthcare operations today

    .article-image{/*display: none;*/} Health systems, hospitals, and other facilities are at an inflection point.
  • Majority of adults support policy ideas to make care more affordable: 6 survey findings

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released survey findings Nov. 3 showing bipartisan consensus among respondents on ideas to lower out-of-pocket healthcare costs.
  • 10 hospitals hiring CEOs

    Below are 10 hospitals and health systems that posted job listings seeking CEOs in the last month.
  • 4 tips from top CEOs

    Many leadership qualities driving some of the highest-performing CEOs are learned behaviors that stand the test of time. 
  • For future digital health governance, consider the youth

    Youth voices are critical for guiding the future of health governance, as they stand to gain or lose the most from digital transformations, The Lancet argued Oct. 24. 
  • Supply chain issues are here to stay: Health leaders share predictions, strategies

    Supply chain issues have dominated the news for months now as the pandemic slowed international trade and applied pressure for key items. Usually only felt if it goes wrong, supply chain management has become an increasingly important consideration. Hospitals and health systems have faced major issues with their supply chains, from personal protective equipment shortages at the start of the pandemic to a lack of crutches now. Ninety-nine percent of hospitals and health systems report challenges in supply procurement as of October 2021.
  • Stanford Health Care's CEO on leading in a time of misinformation

    Hospitals and health systems across the U.S. continue to grapple with vaccine hesitancy. Stanford (Calif.) Health Care CEO David Entwistle shared with Becker's in November how the health system achieved a 97 percent vaccination rate among its staff.
  • The Great Resignation has burdened those left behind 

    The workers who have stayed on at their jobs amid the Great Resignation are struggling to fill the gaps left by former colleagues, CNBC reported Nov. 2. 
  • Career 'hot streaks': When they happen and what fuels them

    It may appear that creative "hot streaks" in a person's career are random and short-lived, but new research reveals a pattern to the productive bursts that can help encourage more of them, The Atlantic reported Nov. 1.
  • White House moves forward with vaccination mandates: 8 details

    The White House is moving forward with requirements aimed at boosting the number of Americans who are vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • 3 ways to build a nimble organization 

    Nimble organizations have freedom at their core. This freedom means employees feel it is their job to step forward and lead by proposing new ideas and driving the company forward. Here are three leadership types that contribute to a nimble organization, according to a Nov. 1 MIT Sloan report.

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