In our Diversity Resource Library, you’ll find articles, eBooks, and other resources on topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
Diversity Resource Library
Leaders concern themselves with the big picture, and rightfully so. But every so often, it's worth reminding ourselves that decisions large and small have a major impact on our organizations, our people and our own lives.
Even a small decision can have a large impact. So how do you make a good one?
The healthcare industry is in a time of historic change. Hospitals and health systems are merging and acquiring each other; health insurers are doing the same.
Karen Ignagni: The post-ACA landscape offers a blank slate for visionary leaders
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
In the era of value-based care, many health systems are looking for ways in which they can develop their physicians into administrative leaders who can guide the organization, not just a physicians’ group.
Penny Wheeler: Even in value-based care, leaders of varying backgrounds can thrive
While HealthPartners CEO Mary Brainerd is pleased that more people now have insurance through the Affordable Care Act, you’ll have to excuse her if she’s a little frustrated with how the law has had a rocky start in Minnesota, where innovations that already existed were scuttled by Obamacare.
At HealthPartners, Mary Brainerd's leadership approaches solutions from a nuanced angle
As the president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association since 2005, Sister Carol Keehan is arguably one of the most powerful healthcare executives in the country and played a significant role in getting the Affordable Care Act passed.
Sister Carol Keehan: Gender diversity is a must-have for healthcare leadership -- and so is solidarity with the poor