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Latest Blogs

  • Healthcare administration in the United States, particularly in the senior ranks, has been a male-dominated field for decades. But the demand for capable healthcare administrators is as high now as ever. Women make up more than half of the U.S. population and approximately three quarters of the healthcare workforce. They are obtaining college and graduate [] The post Survey: How Women and Men Executives Perceive Healthcare Workplaces appeared first on Blog | American College of Healthcare Executives .
  • By Glenn Llopis We’re witnessing a dramatic shift in healthcare away from standardization—the ideology that the business defines the individual. This change was well underway even before the pandemic and rising social unrest, but the events of 2020 have certainly accelerated this evolution.  This year, we recognize Hispanic Heritage Month by acknowledging the unique challenges [] The post This Moment of Crisis Calls for Leaders to Restore Individual Dignity appeared first on Blog | American College of Healthcare Executives .

Latest Podcasts

  • Patricia McGaffigan, vice president of safety programs at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, discusses the driving forces behind the new National Safety Action Plan developed by IHI, ACHE and 25 other industry-leading organizations to help healthcare providers move toward zero-harm.
  • Rural and community hospitals have been facing challenges from financial and market forces for many years. Jim Kendrick, FACHE, CEO of Community Hospital Corporation, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their priorities and opportunities now and into the future.