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Modern Healthcare presented the Top 25 Women in Healthcare awards Thursday night, sponsored by Furst Group. Below are a few tweets and photos highlighting the day.
The Top 25 Women in Healthcare, 2015
Deborah Bowen guides one of the most influential associations in healthcare, but her complex work with C-suite leaders is rooted in a simple desire: to change people’s lives for the better.
ACHE’s Deborah Bowen: Healthcare leadership is still about people trying to make a difference
For healthcare leaders today, it is clear that the big challenge, and the big opportunity, is to invest in the evolution of what has been a cottage industry into a true system of care.
Marna Borgstrom: A new era calls for a new kind of leadership
Patient-safety organizations have proliferated in the last decade, from the respected National Patient Safety Foundation to numerous groups founded by patients or their relatives who have experienced pain and loss from medical errors.
Leah Binder and Leapfrog Group put pressure on healthcare providers to deliver on quality
In the era of value-based care, many health systems are looking for ways in which they can develop their physicians into administrative leaders who can guide the organization, not just a physicians’ group.
Penny Wheeler: Even in value-based care, leaders of varying backgrounds can thrive
While HealthPartners CEO Mary Brainerd is pleased that more people now have insurance through the Affordable Care Act, you’ll have to excuse her if she’s a little frustrated with how the law has had a rocky start in Minnesota, where innovations that already existed were scuttled by Obamacare.
At HealthPartners, Mary Brainerd's leadership approaches solutions from a nuanced angle
Kaiser Permanente’s success in Colorado when the federal insurance exchange launched in January 2014 was a perfect example for Donna Lynne and her team of the new type of leadership needed under reform.
Donna Lynne: Healthcare leaders need to be able to manage crisis, volatility
The patient-safety movement has made slow and steady progress in the U.S. healthcare industry. But to achieve a faster pace of change, Tejal Gandhi, MD, MPH, CPPS, says change needs to come from the top of each organization – and that means above the CEO.
Tejal Gandhi: Push for quality, safety needs to come from boards