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The study reported that 77% of chief medical staff officers and 52% of the chief operating officers departed within one year of the CEO turnover.
These top traits can help decision-makers and recruiters identify healthcare leadership prospects who are committed to enriching diversity, equity and inclusion.
They are the hospitals, health systems and group practices that have stable, enterprise-wide succession and leadership development plans to keep their best and brightest leaders in place and focused on future success.
When interviewing potential ACO leaders, organizational decision-makers and executive staffing professionals can look for critical competencies.
Thought leadership involves not only honing the skills to become proficient at what you do, but also taking the time to refine, package, and present what you’ve learned for the benefit of others.
Organizations are recognizing more and more that physicians, nurses, and other clinicians can bring a unique, boots-on-the-ground perspective to the C-suite.