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Safety 101 Syllabus: Lead and Reward a Just Culture

The COVID-19 pandemic created countless challenges for healthcare providers, but some silver-linings-minded leaders believe the health crisis also accelerated innovation in quality and safety. In a March/April 2021 Healthcare Executive column, Richard Bran...

Cultivating Resilience

Deborah J. Bowen, FACHE, CAE Successful strategies to help leaders stay focused on building key workforce skills. Actively addressing resilience has never been more important, and for good reason. The rate of burnout among physicians was over 40% p...

Healthcare Leadership is a Calling: Perspectives on National Minority Health Month

By Stephan Davis, DNP, FACHE “Healthcare leadership is more than a profession, it’s a callin...

A Physician Executive’s Perspective on National Doctors’ Day

By Lily J. Henson, MD, FACHE Today is National Doctors’ Day, and I want to note the pride I ha...

Practical Tips for Succession Planning Today

The announcement last month that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos would step down from the e-commerce business...

Ending Health Inequities Begins With Healthcare Leadership

By Anne McCune This March brings a number of somber remembrances. We reflect on 500,000 lives lo...

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-l...

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...