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"Healthcare" vs. "health care." What do you think of when you see these terms side by side?
Semantics, or something a little bit deeper? Keeping the 'care' in healthcare
As long as she can remember, Joanne Conroy has been a risk taker. But the biggest roll of the dice of her career may have come in 2008, when she resigned as a hospital president to become chief healthcare officer for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
Profiles in Leadership: Risk means reward for AAMC's Joanne Conroy
The Commonwealth Fund reprints an intriguing article from Congressional Quarterly about how several of the nation's leading healthcare institutions are not planning to participate as accountable care organizations.
ACOs: Change in the wind?
The latest issue of Fast Company magazine has a remarkable story about a turnaround at a public hospital - Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, Calif. The article seems destined to make the architect of that renaissance, CEO Wright L. Lassiter III, a national figure.
Fast Company magazine puts spotlight on Lassiter; what are the best turnarounds you have seen?
The banner headline in the photo at left comes from a recent edition of the Chicago Tribune, where a front-page story on the release of Hospital Acquired Conditions (HAC) data shows how patient safety has breached the walls of the healthcare industry and has become a viral topic of sorts, growing increasingly important to the public at large.
As safety gains traction in public eye, Baylor and Allison keep focus on patient
Eighteen new honorees joined the ranks as Modern Healthcare unveiled the fourth installment of its Top 25 Women in Healthcare awards sponsored by Furst Group.
2011 Top 25 Women in Healthcare announced
Next week, we'll link you to Modern Healthcare's Top 25 Women in Healthcare awards, sponsored by Furst Group.
Coming Monday: The Top 25 Women in Healthcare
BNET's Sean Silverthorne has an intriguing post on a new study called "What Do CEOs Do?",spearheaded by Harvard researcher Rafaella Sadun. The study found that CEOs who spent the majority of their time with people inside the company were arguably more successful than top execs who dealt more with outsiders. The result, they say, is better profits, stronger governance and more productivity.
Who's the best CEO, Ms. Inside or Ms. Outside? Actually, that may not be the right question