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Ending Health Inequities Begins With Healthcare Leadership

By Anne McCune This March brings a number of somber remembrances. We reflect on 500,000 lives lost in the worst pandemic in American history, with Black, Latino and Indigenous Americans suffering at least double the death rate compared to whites. We rememb...

Perspectives on Black History Month and Leadership

By Peggy Davis Harris, MHA, FACHE, SPHR As we recognize Black History Month in 2021, I can’t help but reflect on the significant advances people of African descent have made in the United States, especially given that not until 2107 will African American...

MLK Jr. Wisdom Provides Leaders With Strength During Hardship

By Brian N. Middleton Martin Luther King Jr. stated in his book Strength to Love, “The ultimat...

Top Five Most Popular ACHE Webinars in 2020

With many in-person activities cancelled or shifted to a virtual space in 2020 due to the COVID-19 ...

Healthcare Systems Have an Imperative to Advance Gender Equity

By Gayle L. Capozzalo, FACHE After years of steady progress for women in the workplace, the COVI...

Survey: How Women and Men Executives Perceive Healthcare Workplaces

Healthcare administration in the United States, particularly in the senior ranks, has been a male-d...

This Moment of Crisis Calls for Leaders to Restore Individual Dignity

By Glenn Llopis We’re witnessing a dramatic shift in healthcare away from standardization—th...

The Impact of Gender and Racial Bias on an Algorithm

By Rebecca C. Winokur, MD, MPH, and Tanuj K. Gupta, MD, MBA Artificial intelligence and machine ...

Providing COVID-19 Care to Indigenous Communities

Editor’s Note: This excerpt is from the Frontiers of Health Services Management article, “Views...