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  • By Suzanne Schrandt, JD Inaccurate or delayed diagnoses are the most common, most catastrophic and most costly of serious medical errors. The National Academy of Medicine believes “improving the diagnostic process is not only possible, but also represents a moral, professional and public health imperative.” An inaccurate or delayed diagnosis can result in inappropriate treatment, [] The post Engaging Patients in Improving Diagnostic Quality appeared first on Blog | American College of Healthcare Executives .
  • By Peggy Davis Harris, MHA, FACHE, SPHR As we recognize Black History Month in 2021, I can’t help but reflect on the significant advances people of African descent have made in the United States, especially given that not until 2107 will African Americans hit the milestone of living more years in the United States as [] The post Perspectives on Black History Month and Leadership appeared first on Blog | American College of Healthcare Executives .

Latest Podcasts

  • In a riveting new episode, Paul Keckley, Managing Editor of The Keckley Report, joins the podcast for a frank conversation about the impact of COVID-19 on the financial health of our industry, as well as what forces will continue to exert influence as we move forward. Paul will also moderate a panel discussion with the CEOs of the AHA, AHIP and AMA at the 2021 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 22-25.
  • Ghazala Sharieff, MD, FACHE, Chief Medical Officer, Acute Care, Clinical Excellence and Experience at Scripps Health, discusses how COVID-19 has impacted the clinical workforce, including strategies for staffing and preventing burnout. Dr. Sharieff will join a Leadership Insight panel discussion of the same name at the 2021 Congress on Healthcare Leadership March 22-25.