You are in the business of healthcare. But the changing times in which we live, including the new landscape of reform, are bringing about fundamental changes in how we do business.
Healthcare? Yes. But what business are you really in?
The energy that Halee Fischer-Wright, MD, brings to the Medical Group Management Association is palpable.
Halee Fischer-Wright recalibrates MGMA to give it a more resonant voice in healthcare
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
As this is written, the country's largest health insurers are sizing each other up for merger and acquisition.
Healthcare merger and acquisition is booming. A new article in AHA's Trustee magazine helps corporate culture survive and thrive once the dust has settled.
Deborah Proctor, president and CEO of St. Joseph Health System in Orange, Calif., makes it clear where she stands on that age-old business dilemma.
Profiles in Leadership: Proctor puts priority on outcomes
If you ask Nancy Schlichting about what sparked the most professional growth in her career as she rose to become chief executive officer of Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, she is quick to point to people other than herself.
Profiles in Leadership: In Detroit, Schlichting’s success story is one to celebrate