Healthcare organizations can boost their appeal to executive-level candidates, thereby increasing the likelihood of securing an ideal match
Cejka Search Vice President Rebecca Kapphahn offers critical insight on avoiding unconscious bias traps, navigating social media during the screening and review process, and creating actionable and measurable standards that support diversity.
Health leaders can avoid costly hiring mistakes by pinpointing and accurately conveying expectations for new healthcare executive candidates.
Health executives hail from a variety of educational backgrounds. Some leaders have been formally trained in a healthcare leadership program, earning an MHA, MPH, MPA, MHSA, DPH degree, or the like.
Healthcare organizations understand the pivotal role telehealth has played in recent months, to increase access and provide a safer treatment option during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s how healthcare leaders can keep audiences active and interested during virtual meetings and presentations.
What defines legacy in healthcare leadership? How can crises present unique opportunities for leaders to improve societal health and leave an indelible mark?
Although healthcare leaders must often focus externally—on patients, staff, facility, business, industry, policy, and community—periodically, it can be beneficial to shift internally for a personal career assessment.
See how these upcoming virtual conferences can offer convenience and value for busy healthcare leaders – even under the resource constraints of COVID.
5-Part Series: Building Your Reputation as a Medical Group Provider of Choice Part One: Nurturing Patient Relationships
According to our medical group leadership network, positioning a practice as a provider of choice among patient populations is critical to driving profitability and success, specifically considering consumer experience and consumer preference.