Although it may go against your instincts, sometimes the best way to lead is to remove yourself from the details of the discussion and think about to shape it and guide it to a productive conclusion, says CT Lin.
It’s time to recast consumerism. And that doesn’t mean forming a committee – it means digging deeper and finding out what patients actually want, says Paul Roemer.
Reading books is a great way to learn about leadership, but an even better way is to study firsthand how a quality organization – and a struggling organization – are run, says Anthony Guerra.
With the industry coming off its second worst year in terms of data breaches, health IT leaders need to step up their security game, says Albert Villarin, MD, who offers six helpful tips.
In the first of a two-part series, Glenn Mamary discusses what’s driving hospitals to integrate their information systems with post-acute care facilities, and how it can improve patient care.