Where the most meaningful discussions for healthcare executives happen
Leading for Equity
Eric L. Conley, Executive Vice President of Froedtert Health, shares details of the organization’s intentional diversity, equity and inclusion policies. He also discusses the impact on staff of caring for Jacob Blake, the Black man shot by police in Kenosha, Wis., and the surrounding civil unrest in their community.
COVID-19 and a Culture of Innovation
Roberta Schwartz, PhD, FACHE, Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer for Houston Methodist and CEO of Houston Methodist Hospital, discusses the Houston Methodist Center for Innovation and how the system’s dedication to a culture of innovation has supported their COVID-19 response.
Re-Committing to Patient Safety in the COVID-19 Era
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.
Community Hospitals: Succeeding During COVID-19 and Beyond
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.
Healthcare Management Jobs in a Post-Pandemic Market
In this timely episode, executive recruiter Donna Padilla, Managing Partner and leader of WittKieffer's healthcare practice, discusses trends in the healthcare management workforce and gives advice for both candidates and employers considering engaging an executive search firm.
Behavioral Health Treatment and Access in Turbulent Times
John Boyd, PsyD, FACHE, CEO of Mental Health and Addiction Care at Sutter Health, joins host Chris Coraggio to talk about opportunities in integrated behavioral health treatment and outreach, as well as the vast impacts that COVID-19 and racial injustice have on furthering patient and community care.