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Front-runners in the race for Hillary Clinton's top health posts

Front-runners in the race for Hillary Clinton's top health posts

By Harris Meyer  |  October 22, 2016

With polls showing Hillary Clinton with a big lead in the Nov. 8 election, Democratic political insiders are looking ahead. They say she will quickly name people to top health policy positions who are diverse in gender, race, and ethnicity, have sharp administrative skills, and can work in a...

Lavizzo-Mourey to step down as head of RWJF

Lavizzo-Mourey to step down as head of RWJF

By Maria Castellucci  |  September 13, 2016

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, longtime president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, announced Tuesday she is stepping down after nearly 14 years as head of the nation's largest philanthropic organization dedicated solely to health and healthcare issues.

Change agents charge to the top

Change agents charge to the top

By David May  |  April 02, 2016

As conversations in healthcare continue to focus on quality, patient safety and a system shifting to value over volume, Modern Healthcare's 12th annual ranking of the 50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders increasingly reflects the industry players charged with making it happen.

The Top 25 Women in Healthcare: Gender diversity a work in progress

The Top 25 Women in Healthcare: Gender diversity a work in progress

By Melanie Evans  |  April 25, 2015

For women who aspire to healthcare's executive-level roles, advanced education and the willingness to take risks may not be enough. Surveys of corporate leadership and healthcare management point to a continued, though narrowing, disparity of women to men in leadership roles.

Four med schools seek to expand Clinical Scholars program

By Andis Robeznieks  |  March 16, 2015

A new program is being created to replace and expand upon the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars program as that effort broadens its reach beyond doctors to a wider range of healthcare professionals.

Obesity rates rise and fall, but epidemic remains

Obesity rates rise and fall, but epidemic remains

By Steven Ross Johnson  |  September 05, 2014

While some signs indicate that the U.S. obesity rate is beginning to stabilize after rising for nearly three decades, many states still have significant obese populations, a new report finds.

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