This was interesting so I wanted to share with our readers.
1. Your next CEO could come from an unlikely place
The most similar C-suite executive to the CEO in terms of leadership style, thinking style and emotional competency is chief human resources officer, with the exception of the COO, whose duties overlap with the CEO, according to information from two researchers published in Harvard Business Review.
2. Managing cultural change when moving from fee to value: The transition from fee-for-service to value-based care has already begun, signaling a new era in healthcare. Especially as it relates to the management of the perioperative service line and the operating room — the biggest sources of revenue for hospitals.
3. Hey bosses: Your employees think they can do a better job than you
A majority of Americans think they can outperform their bosses, and this might not necessarily be a bad thing. The positive effects of employees who demonstrate a strong commitment and drive, and the potential leadership abilities that can be harnessed from them.
4. Narrow networks, stubborn payers, disruptors: The changing state of healthcare, noting the biggest challenges they face, the politics that shape their environment and their own advice for the next generation of healthcare leaders.
5. Innovation’s moral quandary: When am I obligated to reinvent the wheel? How and when innovation is required to solve healthcare’s problems and when imitation is the more effective path.