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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 globe and presented the healthcare field with new, never before seen obstacles. Between the high contagiousness and rapid spread of the virus, patient surges, shor...

Improving Care Quality, Access: This Health System CEO’s Mission

Laura S. Kaiser, FACHE, leads a large, multistate health system. She strives to never lose sight of her focus on meeting the needs of the individuals in each of her organization’s communities. Kaiser is president/CEO of SSM Health, an integrated health s...

Managing Today’s Workforce to Meet Tomorrow’s Challenges

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects healthcare occupations to be among the fastest growing ...

Uncovering the “Humbition” of High-Performing Healthcare Leaders

Whether you’re a student with C-suite aspirations, an employee seeking advancement opportunities ...

Become a Next-Tier High-Reliability Organization

By Jake Poore At 4 a.m., a nurse walked into the surgical waiting area and told me my dad had di...

Strategies for Addressing Female Physician Burnout

Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD, is the founder/CEO of RechargedMD, in Oakland...

Internal Culture

Today’s Organizational Change Factor: Internal Culture

According to Tom Atchison, EdD, whose stated mission is to assist healthcare leaders manage change, ...

Ensuring Board Competencies for Today’s Patient-Centric Healthcare Model

In 2011, healthcare consultant and futurist James E. Orlikoff was quoted as saying, “We have to m...

Tough Conversations: Can They Also Be Compelling?

Think back to a time when someone shared something so compelling, you were engaged, attentive and pr...