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Back in 2005, before Wright Lassiter III interviewed for the position of CEO at the then-beleaguered Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, Calif., he decided to see for himself if there were some signals of hope in an institution that had seen 10 CEOs crash and burn in the previous 11 years.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives The undercover exec: Wright Lassiter III scoped out his hospital before he took the job, then forged a bond with his board to stage a remarkable turn
She’s the chief medical information officer for one of the largest firms in the world, but AT&T’s Geeta Nayyar, M.D, MBA, wants you to know that it’s not about the technology.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives Technology's a great tool, but AT&T's Geeta Nayyar says it's still all about the patient-physician relationship
Benjamin Chu, MD, MPH, MACP, oversees Kaiser Permanente Southern California and Hawaii as group president.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives Ben Chu helps Kaiser Permanente make quality count
If Saad Ehtisham is something of an expert at change management, you might say it’s because those skills began to be honed at a young age.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives Change, challenge invigorate Saad Ehtisham
Michael Ugwueke is CEO of Methodist South and Methodist North hospitals in Memphis, Tenn., where he also serves as senior vice president of the Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare system.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives Michael Ugwueke helps Methodist South turn around
As a young man growing up in Texas, Samuel Ross says he wanted to be “the black Marcus Welby,” a family physician who returned to his hometown and found great success, just like the ‘70s TV doctor portrayed by Robert Young.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives Sam Ross just wanted to be 'the black Marcus Welby,' but life had bigger plans
A recent op-ed in the New York Times by two former advisers to the Obama administration has caused a stir in healthcare circles with its assertion that health insurers will be “extinct” by 2020 due to the introduction of accountable care organizations (ACOs).
Are health insurers really on the way out? Not so fast