A roundup of a series of interviews with Modern Healthcare's Top 25 Women in Healthcare for 2015.
Over the past few months, we've brought you reflections on leadership and their careers from Modern Healthcaree's Top 25 Women in Healthcare, a program we have been proud to sponsor for the past seven years. We still have a few to offer you in the months to come. In the meantime, it seemed like an appropriate time to give you an overview of what these successful executives have had to say. Please click on any of the snippets or photos below to read the full interview.
Elizabeth Nabel strives to make an impact in healthcare
Deborah Bowen: Leadership still about people trying to make a difference
Marna Borgstrom: A new era calls for a new kind of leadership
Leah Binder and Leapfrog Group put pressure on healthcare providers to deliver on quality
Penny Wheeler: Even in value-based care, leaders of varying backgrounds can thrive
At HealthPartners, Mary Brainerd's leadership approaches solutions from a nuanced angle
Donna Lynne: Healthcare leaders need to be able to manage crisis, volatility
Tejal Gandhi: Push for quality, safety needs to come from boards
Sister Carol Keehan: Gender diversity is a must-have for healthcare leadership -- and so is
solidarity with the poor
Pam Cipriano: In value-based care, nurses are ready to lead
Nancy Schlichting's willingness to take risks is still paying off for Henry Ford Health