posts tagged as Leadership


By David Friend | May 19, 2015

Best Practices for Evaluating Clinical Strategy

Truly successful integration and coordination of clinical care is essential to bridging the gap between the quality of care the U.S. healthcare system is capable of achieving and the quality of care it delivers. read more


Getting AMPed up for Physician Compensation Models

The days of maximizing daily patient visits are waning, with the emphasis on visit quantity being replaced by quality – visits of value. As the drivers of healthcare reimbursement continue to refocus on new performance-based models... read more


Physician Alignment Today May Prevent Conflicts & Lawsuits Tomorrow

Healthcare delivery has increasingly become a multidisciplinary team activity, but along with the closer working relationships between clinicians and non-clinician administrators has come evidence of greater tensions and public conflicts. read more


The Leadership Quandary: Competition for Talent and Constraints on Executive Pay Will Challenge Nonprofit Healthcare Providers

With the Affordable Care Act now in full swing, a challenging new normal has emerged for nonprofit healthcare providers: Not only is there continuous innovation across all fronts of care, there’s also a constant pressure to contain... read more


By Steven Shill | March 25, 2014

It’s Time to Revisit Healthcare Nonprofit Board Governance

Have you ever wondered where responsibility begins and ends for a board member of a nonprofit healthcare organization? In today’s healthcare environment, where change and unpredictability are the order of the day, this question... read more