This prestigious award is presented annually to hospitals and health systems that demonstrate a level of success in reducing health care disparities, ensuring access to equitable care and advancing diversity and inclusion practices.
Hospitals: Submit for your application for the IFD's Equity of Care Award by March 15
The awards, sponsored by Furst Group and NuBrick Partners, the companies of MPI, honor 25 of the most powerful executives in the healthcare industry, in addition to 10 additional executives selected as Women Leaders to Watch.
Top 25 Women in Healthcare announced
As we moved into a fresh, shiny New Year last month, many of us set goals and plan for where we hope to be by the end of the year. We anticipate with optimism the benefits that will come to us from choosing to make changes in our life.
Learning to learn: In times of great change, the best leaders embrace learning agility
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization has announced that its board of directors has selected Edo Banach, JD, as the organization's next president and chief executive officer, effective February 22, 2017
Edo Banach is chosen as NHPCO’s new President and CEO
Delvecchio Finley doesn’t shrink back from a challenge. That’s one of the reasons his last two jobs have been leading California public health organizations with different but significant issues.
Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare–Delvecchio Finley: Leaders understand that medical care is only part of the solution to disparities
Shortly before making the move into faith-based healthcare, Debra Canales remembers giving her former boss the business book “Jesus, CEO” by Laurie Beth Jones. He was grateful for the gift – but hid it in a brown paper bag.
Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare--Debra Canales: The best leaders put people first in the mission of healthcare
Every month or two, CEO Ketul J. Patel journeys to the convent where the Sisters of St. Francis live and spends some time with the religious women who provide the missional context of the organization Patel leads, CHI Franciscan Health in Tacoma, Wash., part of the Catholic Health Initiatives system.
Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare--Ketul Patel: A sense of mission fuels the best leaders in healthcare
The plan was relatively straightforward. After he entered medical school at age 14 in Nigeria and eventually earned his M.D., Philip Ozuah’s objective was to get extra training in the U.S. or the U.K. before returning to his homeland to collaborate with his father on building a hospital, which the younger Ozuah would run.
Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare--Philip Ozuah: Healthcare leadership is a calling, not merely a job
It’s the little things that tell you a lot about people. After CHRISTUS Health nominated Eugene “Gene” Woods, its chief operating officer, for Modern Healthcare’s Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare awards, the respected executive took a position as president and CEO of Carolinas HealthCare System.
2016 Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare--Gene Woods: The best leaders reinvent their organizations, and themselves