Category: Leadership & Management

CEOs weigh in on how to improve patient trust in health systems

Patient trust is an essential yet delicate part of healthcare, with many factors affecting just how strong that trust is.

Would an 'unbossed' culture work in healthcare?

The workforce has seen an influx of changes and trends come and go in a post-pandemic world, with more employees taking the reins and standing up for new, flexible ways to get their jobs done. One such trend catching on lately is the “unbossed culture.”

Dr. Marc Boom confronts the new dynamics of CEO burnout

While the topic of burnout among hospital CEOs is not new, there are new dynamics in play to consider as part of the discussion. Those in the role today encounter increased pressures ranging from financial to operational.

Emory CEO's pivot after 'reactive' workforce shortage approach

Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare has experienced workforce challenges in the last few years, like most health systems did during the COVID-19 pandemic.

5-9 before 9-5, does the early bird really get the worm?

For those of us who are used to the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. regular work hours, getting your day started at 5 a.m. might seem like an unimaginable task, but for others, it’s a way to get ahead, The Wall Street Journal reported May 15.

The decision that led this system CEO to abandon 'both/and' thinking

Hospital and health system CEOs are continuously tasked with making strategic decisions for their organizations, and the approaches they take with these decisions vary.

CVS co-founder dies

Stanley Goldstein, the co-founder of Woonsocket, R.I.-based CVS Corp. and CVS Health, died May 21 at the age of 89.

OhioHealth goes back to high school to recruit future healthcare workers

Columbus-based OhioHealth is heading back to high school to combat ongoing healthcare staffing issues and recruit future workers.

Sutter installed a dyad leadership model to boost results. Did it work?

Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health restructured it’s divisional leadership last October, naming six market presidents and six chief medical officers to lead dyad partnerships for more efficient decision-making and improved access to care.

62% of Americans favor ACA despite Trump criticism

The majority of Americans are in favor of the Affordable Care Act despite disagreement over the healthcare reform law by the presidential contenders in the 2024 Biden-Trump rematch.