Furst Group and NuBrick Partners, the companies of MPI, joined with Modern Healthcare recently to honor the Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare at the Radisson Blu in Chicago.
At Top 25 Minority Executives gala, diversity and inclusion are championed as 'strategic assets'
Furst Group Principal Deanna Banks recently spoke at both the NAHSE CEO Conference and the Bluford Healthcare Leadership Institute.
NAHSE, Bluford events support diversity and inclusion
In a series of interviews with senior executives and thought leaders from around the world, IIC Partners, Furst Group and other members of the IIC Partners’ Healthcare and Life Sciences group, provide an anecdotal look at the impact of digital technologies on healthcare organizations and how it affects patient care.
Industry Report: Impact of Digital Transformation on the Patient Life Cycle
In an interview with Christine Candio, President and CEO of St. Luke's Hospital, the former ACHE chair talked with us about the independent course that St. Luke's has chosen to maintain. According to Candio, being independent keeps the organization flexible, which she highlighted with a reference to a nostalgic, beloved TV duo.
Staying independent - Christine Candio outlines three key questions for stand-alone hospitals
The career trajectory for Sally Hurt-Deitch was set early – so it’s no surprise to see her as the Market CEO for The Hospitals of Providence, the Tenet Health system that dominates the El Paso market.
Hard work a key to Sally Hurt-Deitch's quick ascent
Deborah Bowen, president and CEO of the American College of Healthcare Executives, is leading with purpose.
Deborah Bowen's purposeful leadership sets tone for ACHE members
Deborah DiSanzo knew that IBM Watson Health was a strong company with a superior product, but she didn’t know it would personally transform her life.
IBM Watson Health's Deborah DiSanzo knew her company could change patients' lives. She didn't know hers would be one of them.
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