Health Administration Articles
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Health care leaders not only need the customary skills expected of all business leaders, but also the ability to navigate highly political organizations.
Each year, the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) publishes a Competencies Assessment Tool that provides an overview of the skill sets necessary for success. These competencies serve to identify key principles of health care leadership, which, depending on industry trends and market conditions, may evolve from time to time. One competency that remains consistent, [...]
Available data reported in Becker’s Hospital Review shows that hospital staffing costs have steadily hovered at or above 50 percent dating back to 2006. The most recent numbers available from Fitch Ratings put the figures at 54.2 percent, with A+ rated hospitals tracking slightly higher than average at 55.1 percent. Clinical staffing continues to make [...]
As our population ages and health care reform continues to evolve, the need for dedicated leaders to manage the changes ahead will become more critical…
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also know as Charcot’s and Lou Gehrig’s disease, affects the motor neurons connecting the brain and spinal cord. View resources regarding diagnosis and treatment.