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Is healthcare experience overrated in supply-chain hiring?

Is healthcare experience overrated in supply-chain hiring?

By Adam Rubenfire  |  February 11, 2017

It may seem counterintuitive to hire newcomers in a field that's more complicated than ever, but experts are urging healthcare organizations to consider recruiting supply chain leaders who can apply expertise from other industries.

Paying for population health

Paying for population health

By Shelby Livingston  |  February 11, 2017

A small but growing minority of health systems are linking executive pay to population health measures. The group is sure to expand as more health systems gravitate toward emerging value-based models and risk contracts.

ACHE Awards: Gold Medal winner Rulon Stacey

ACHE Awards: Gold Medal winner Rulon Stacey

By David Royse  |  February 11, 2017

Rulon Stacey seems to have done a little bit of everything on his way to becoming a nationally recognized expert on healthcare leadership and quality improvement.

ACHE Awards: Gold Medal winner Gayle Capozzalo

ACHE Awards: Gold Medal winner Gayle Capozzalo

By David Royse  |  February 11, 2017

As a child, Gayle Capozzalo moved at regular intervals because of her father's career in the Navy. All that relocating from base to base made her adept at forming relationships, teaching her to forge trust when she'd only just met new friends.

ACHE Awards: Young Healthcare Executive of the Year Nicholas Tejeda

ACHE Awards: Young Healthcare Executive of the Year Nicholas Tejeda

By David Royse  |  February 11, 2017

Tenet Healthcare Corp.'s Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus, the nation's newest teaching hospital, sits between two neighborhoods of El Paso, Texas—one low-income and another much more affluent—with vastly different health demographics.

Trump's travel ban sows uncertainty for healthcare and medicine

Trump's travel ban sows uncertainty for healthcare and medicine

By Elizabeth Whitman and Steven Ross Johnson  |  February 04, 2017

The U.S. depends on immigrant and foreign-born clinicians, students, researchers and faculty. The healthcare and medical research communities fear President Donald Trump's travel ban will have devastating repercussions.

A tale of two accountable care organizations

A tale of two accountable care organizations

By Elizabeth Whitman  |  February 04, 2017

The accountable care organization is loosely defined as a collection of doctors, hospitals and other providers who agree to take financial responsibility for the quality of care. Proponents argue they have great potential to improve healthcare value.

The nightmare scenario of dialing devices to deadly

The nightmare scenario of dialing devices to deadly

By Adam Rubenfire  |  January 21, 2017

Data breaches are the most immediate cybersecurity worry for healthcare organizations. Nothing less than patient privacy, data access, ransomware cash and even the institution's reputation could be put in play through slipshod data security practices.

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