Over the past few months, we've brought you reflections on leadership and their careers from Modern Healthcaree's Top 25 Women in Healthcare, a program we have been proud to sponsor for the past seven years.
Insights from the Top 25 Women in Healthcare
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
George Brown, the CEO of Legacy Health System in Portland, Ore., has had a long and distinguished career as a physician and leader, but his talents in innovation help him keep his organization on the industry’s leading edge.
Innovation keeps George Brown, Legacy ahead of the curve
“When I wake up in the morning and look in the mirror, I see a nurse. I don’t necessarily see a healthcare executive.”
Nursing roots important to Judith Persichilli as she leads one of the largest U.S. health systems
Marna Borgstrom was shopping for vegetables at a farmers’ market recently when an acquaintance approached her to say, “I just can’t thank you enough for the Smilow Cancer Hospital.”
Marna Borgstrom: In healthcare and life, relationships matter
The healthcare industry is undergoing major changes, but Helen Darling says the providers and payers who comprise much of the industry aren’t doing enough to control costs and improve quality.
Helen Darling: A strong voice for employers in the healthcare debate
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