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2 Steps To Adjust Your Leadership Perspective

Leading for a long time has many benefits: calm composure, wide-ranging perspective and wisdom from handling diverse experiences. Unfortunately, it can often lead to complacency. We become set in our ways, sure that our tenure means we know best. To avoid stagnancy, adjust...

source: By Catherine Iste
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According to the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, the state first will use $248 million recently allocated by the U.S. Congress to fund the Children's Health Insurance Program through March 31. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' $135 million...

source: Texas Hospital Association

The hospital community, represented by the American Hospital Association, Association of American Medical Colleges, America's Essential Hospitals and others, this week submitted notice of their intention to appeal a U.S. District Court's recent opinion to dismiss the case...

source: Texas Hospital Association

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission held a briefing to summarize the key components of the new Medicaid 1115 Waiver and next steps for implementation. During this briefing, THHSC's Waiver team, including hospital rate analysts, reviewed several specific changes...

source: Texas Hospital Association

Your hospital or system needs your help to ensure it can handle the challenges ahead. One way to do this is by earning your Certified Healthcare Trustee designation. Now's the time to act. We've streamlined the certification process to make it as easy as possible. Plus,...

source: Texas Healthcare Trustees

This moment was inevitable. It just wasn't supposed to happen so soon. Due to the inexorable aging of the country — and equally unstoppable growth in medical spending — it was long obvious that health care jobs would slowly take up more and more of the economy....

source: The Atlantic

Leaders must be able to not only invoke authority, but also utilize a number of different voices to effectively inspire and guide their employees, according to the Harvard Business Review. Here are the five voices every good leader must be able to call upon.

source: Becker's Hospital Review


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