Five Traits Can Help Healthcare Leaders Prepare for an Uncertain Future

medical and administrative personnel

In an article published in the American College of Healthcare Executives’ (ACHE’s) Chief Executive Officer, two health management experts from the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health shared their advice on how healthcare leaders can develop competencies for an uncertain future.

The article expands upon a well-received talk that Leonard Friedman, PhD, FACHE and Wayne Psek, MD, PhD gave at the ACHE’s annual meeting in 2018.

Research Predicting Effects of Block Grants on Medicaid Highlighted at AcademyHealth Meeting

Anne Markus is the senior author of the work being presented

New research presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting being held in Seattle this week predicts negative effects on health centers if proposed Medicaid financing changes of block grants or per capita caps are enacted.

Blog: A Business Model for Precision Medicine and Big Data

I am a featured speaker at the upcoming Precision Medicine Summit being put on in Washington, DC, by the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS) on May 17 and 18. My talk is titled A Business Model for Precision Medicine and Big Data, and you can learn more about when and where here

Blog: Intrapreneurship and Innovation from Within

Health information technology specialists and managers need to know about intrapreneurship, the ability to act like an entrepreneur from within a larger organization.  We all know that healthcare information technology is an area in serious need of improvement, and intrapreneurship may just be the best way to effect change in our industry.

Health Care in Retail Settings: An Expert Panel Discussion

The number of retail health clinics is widely expected to continuing growing.