Physician groups, hospitals and health systems of all sizes must prioritize what cost-cutting strategies will deliver the most value, both in the short and long term.
A strong and steady exodus of baby boomers from healthcare management has providers rethinking the direction of their organizations.
Renton, Wash.-based not-for-profit Providence St. Joseph Health's growing ranks of women executives are taking the system in a new direction that involves extending its ambulatory network, divesting non-core assets and bolstering its digital capabilities, among other initiatives.
Ascension is the latest hospital to hire a chief digital officer, a role that's distinct from the more purely IT-focused chief information officer.
Robert Dickler, a seasoned healthcare executive who previously led Colorado General Hospital, now the University of Colorado Hospital, died this week. He was 72.
Modern Healthcare caught up with America's Health Insurance Plans' next CEO, Matt Eyles, to discuss the trade group's priorities, political moves to expand short-term plans, and the recent wave of proposed megamergers involving insurers.
Amazon, Berkshire-Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase are searching for a CEO to lead their joint venture. Unfortunately, the shortlist is shortsighted. Female executives need to be given the same platform as men to earn a shot at the top job.
The paychecks of most publicly traded health insurer CEOs increased in 2017. Companies' preliminary proxy statements also give a first look at what recently hired CEOs' pay looks like.
Anthem's CEO Gail Boudreaux, FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Optum CEO Larry Renfro are among top healthcare leaders who are likely to have a large impact on the industry in 2018.
Ruth Brinkley, formerly CEO of KentyckyOne Health, will now be President of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals of the Northwest.
Trevor Fetter, the outgoing CEO of Tenet Healthcare, is to receive a severance package of $22.9 million and $19.4 million in pension payments when his replacement is found, according to Tenet financial documents.
Gayle Trupiano will become President and CEO of Ascension Living, a division of St. Louis-based Ascension that offers long-term care for seniors at 37 facilities across 10 states and the District of Columbia.