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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...

Patient Activation: Key to Reducing Costs for Value-Based Healthcare

According to Paveljit S. Bindra, MD, author of The Core Elements of Value in Healthcare (Health Admi...

Does Your Leadership Behavior Foster Team Collaboration?

In previous posts featuring the thought leadership of Michael E. Frisina, PhD, president of The Fris...

Reducing U.S. Healthcare Costs Means Closing the Gap in Physician Engagement and Alignment

At ACHE’s 2017 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, Richard J. Priore, ScD, FACHE, President & C...

Fostering Breakthrough Thinking for Stronger Bottom-Line Results

When we asked about the difference between creativity and innovation, Kevin E. O’Connor, CSP and C...

Defining the Role of the Board Chair Sets the Stage for Effective Governance

According to James E. Orlikoff, President, Orlikoff & Associates, the board chair is the “key ...

Is a Breakthrough in Process Improvement Possible for Healthcare? Yes!

The perception for most healthcare organizations in today’s value-based healthcare environment is ...

Trust: The Cornerstone to a Thriving Workplace

There’s no denying that trust is an important ingredient for driving successful organizations. In ...

Could Finance Training Lead to Improved Physician Alignment?

In a thought leadership article posted on The Chartis Group website, co-authors Mark J. Werner, MD, ...