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Igniting Innovation to Tackle a Historic Pandemic

By Carolyn Clancy, MD, and Ryan Vega, MD Innovation within the Department of Veterans Affairs is not a new concept. The pacemaker, nicotine patch, bar coding for medication administration, and many other veteran and public lifesaving breakthroughs have ori...

Sponsoring Diversity

Deborah J. Bowen, FACHE, CAE Ample research is available on race disparity in the healthcare workforce, particularly in our highest levels of leadership. ACHE’s own data show that, while racial and ethnic minorities make up 32% of our U.S. hospital p...

Responding to COVID-19 Challenges as a Safety Net Hospital

In July, Norwegian American Hospital in Chicago released its policy paper, “Responding to COVID-1...

Reflections on Leadership During a Pandemic

By Amanda Tufano As the CEO of Genevieve, a geriatric medical practice in Minnesota, the COVID-1...

Health Disparities and the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Richard K. Thomas, PhD The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed many things about America. It has c...

What Are We Waiting For?

By Chris Strear, MD, FACEP I’ve found myself asking this question a lot during the COVID-19 pa...

Safety 101 Syllabus: Prioritize Safety in Selection and Development of Leaders

Welcome back, class. Since posting our last lesson, the COVID-19 pandemic has spread across the glo...

Restarting Elective Procedures During COVID-19

For the past several months, addressing immediate issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic has been ...

Supply Chain Management in the Midst of COVID-19

By James R. Francis, FACHE Most well-managed healthcare supply chains have a disaster plan. More...

Celebrating Nurses and Front-line Workers: A New Kind of Hero

Since 1974, National Nurses Week has kicked off every May 6 and ended on May 12, Florence Nightinga...