There are many elements that come together to build a successful leader. These nurturing aspects include gaining support from mentors and sponsors, taking leaps of faith in your career journey, and supporting future leaders.

In this roundtable, women executives share the career paths they took to becoming an executive, what qualities and skills a good leader must have in a post-...

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Health equity and social determinants of health have been concerns for the healthcare system for decades, but the coronavirus pandemic has exposed and heightened these concerns. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have reported that several factors have contributed to health inequities during the pandemic.

Based on the elevated concerns about health equity and social...

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After a year that exposed long-standing inequities in the U.S. healthcare system, healthcare finance leaders are acutely aware of the vulnerabilities facing patient populations. The focus on addressing the social determinants of health and expanding access to historically disadvantaged patients is now more important than ever.

In a recent roundtable discussion, an executive panel...

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The COVID-19 pandemic shined a brighter spotlight on health equity and social determinants of health, which motivated healthcare organizations to make greater strides in addressing those issues.

CEOs of hospitals and health systems, especially, have a pivotal role to play in ensuring everyone has fair and equitable access to healthcare. In a recent roundtable discussion, an...

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As the revenue cycle of the future becomes more automated, leaders need to think about balancing people, process, and technology. After all, technology is only as good as the data that’s fed into it, and the data is only as good as the people behind it. And those people will have to have a deeper knowledge base than ever before, as their work moves away from rote tasks and toward more complicated problem solving.

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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare innovation landscape has dramatically changed. The global crisis not only gave rise to telehealth, but it also unleashed a new era of innovation, accelerating a multitude of virtual and remote care initiatives, as well as technological solutions that are enabling new models of care. Against this backdrop, healthcare systems are reevaluating the path forward and focusing their resources to better meet the strategic objectives of...

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