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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...

Explore Leadership Insights at the 2021 Congress, Part 2

One of the many important lessons for healthcare leaders to take away from 2020 is that leader-to-leader communication and collaboration can help individuals and organizations thrive, even in the most challenging of circumstances. At the 2021 Congress on Heal...

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 h...

Planning for 2021: Is It Too Soon?

By Sarah Freymann Fontenot, JD The beginning of a new administration always brings apprehension ...

Volunteer Team Evaluates COVID-19 Research

By MAJ Christopher L. Armijo, FACHE, and Kimberly Tansey, DPT, FACHE With every new internationa...

Welcome to 2021. What Can You Expect in Healthcare?

By Sarah Fontenot, JD The inauguration of President Biden in the middle of a pandemic raises man...

Safer Together: A National Effort

Deborah J. Bowen, FACHE, CAE Resolve to bring a renewed focus to safety. As leaders, we repre...

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...

Compassion for Your Workforce

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic called into question our nation’s readiness to protect our med...