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Respected healthcare executive Ruth Brinkley isn’t sure what’s going to happen next in her career, but she says one thing is certain: “I’m not retiring. This is a very exciting time in healthcare and I want to be a part of it!”
Healthcare executive Ruth Brinkley: 'I'm not retiring'
Even though Premier Inc. is one the largest and most successful companies in healthcare, focusing on performance improvement, its CEO, Susan DeVore, has personal as well as professional reasons for seeking to transform the healthcare industry.
Personal experiences drive Susan DeVore's efforts to transform healthcare from the inside out
Salveson Stetson Group will join the MPI family of companies, which includes Furst Group, ranked by Modern Healthcare as one of the nation’s top 10 healthcare search firms, and NuBrick Partners, MPI’s leadership consulting company. Together, the three firms will offer clients a wide range of executive search, assessment and leadership solutions.
Furst Group parent company acquiring Salveson Stetson Group
In an interview with Christine Candio, President and CEO of St. Luke's Hospital, the former ACHE chair talked with us about the independent course that St. Luke's has chosen to maintain. According to Candio, being independent keeps the organization flexible, which she highlighted with a reference to a nostalgic, beloved TV duo.
Staying independent - Christine Candio outlines three key questions for stand-alone hospitals
Furst Group, a premier healthcare executive search firm, announces the expansion of its senior-executive team with the addition of Megan Heim, who is based in the burgeoning healthcare hub of Nashville, as vice president.
Furst Group adds industry veteran Megan Heim as vice president
The career trajectory for Sally Hurt-Deitch was set early – so it’s no surprise to see her as the Market CEO for The Hospitals of Providence, the Tenet Health system that dominates the El Paso market.
Hard work a key to Sally Hurt-Deitch's quick ascent
A commitment to diversity usually starts at the top of an organization, and Aetna President Karen Lynch is pleased that her employer is routinely recognized for the fact that its board is 40 percent female. But she knows there is more to be done.
Diversity fuels Karen Lynch’s leadership at Aetna