While there are many reasons to celebrate Women’s History Month, there’s still much that needs to be done, says Sue Schade, who talks about the challenges that women face and provides advice for aspiring leaders.
By investing in work relationships early and often, leaders create credit that can be drawn on in times when it’s most needed, says John Mason, who provides advice on how to build those relationships.
The “health highway” of seamless interoperability is as much a work in progress as any national network, says Sue Schade, reflecting on how far health IT has come in the past decade and a half.
Being in a competitive environment means leaders are under more pressure than ever to maintain high quality and service, says Anthony Guerra, who relates a recent hair-raising experience with a local business.
The difference between what population health management software can do and what’s being advertised is significant, says David Bensema, who makes a case for “open communication and mutual accountability.”