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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
Nancy Schlichting has become known for bold, unconventional leadership during her tenure at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, where she’s served as the CEO since 2003.
Nancy Schlichting's willingness to take risks is still paying off for Henry Ford Health System
The King vs. Burwell decision once again had healthcare leaders, both payers and providers, holding their collective breath to see if years of work would be undone.
With King vs. Burwell decided, bold leadership becomes a mandate for healthcare delivery and financing
Management expert Gary Hamel offers a compelling story in Harvard Business Review about how a health system in Michigan used the so-called "soft skills" to not only improve patient satisfaction scores but to achieve clinical improvements.
Leadership lessons: 'Empathy is the engine of innovation'
Welcoming women leaders to your leadership team with women executives is a prudent thing to do because a diversity of opinions and experiences can only make your organization stronger.
Women executives strengthen leadership teams
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
Ana Pujols McKee’s passion for quality and safety existed long before she joined The Joint Commission as executive vice president and chief medical officer.
Quality, safety fuel Pujols McKee's drive at The Joint Commission
At a recent New York Times conference on healthcare, Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO Bernard J. Tyson drew applause when he said that healthcare costs can’t continue to be shifted onto the backs of American workers, who have seen few wage increases in the last 20 years.
Bernard Tyson: Workers will share in healthcare costs, but cost shifting is not sustainable