Interviews & Expert Perspectives
March 6, 2020
An estimated 1.8 million scientific articles are published every year. Some of those contain research findings that could be applicable and beneficial to healthcare systems and healthcare facilities across the nation. But how do those findings get discovered by, adapted to, and implemented in the facilities that could benefit from them most?
February 14, 2020
Among the numerous political issues, research shows the majority of Americans agree that affordable access to healthcare coverage is a top priority. In fact, a survey conducted by the Pew Research Institute in 2018 shows that 60 percent of Americans believe it is the responsibility of the federal government to ensure healthcare coverage for all.
October 4, 2019
While healthcare is an undoubtedly female-dominated industry, women are not being represented proportionally on healthcare companies' executive teams—not by a longshot. According to a report from Oliver Wyman, women make up only one-third of senior leaders at healthcare companies and only 13 percent of the industry’s CEOs. In fact, not a single woman holds the role of CEO of a Fortune 500 healthcare company.
July 19, 2019
Taking proactive steps to address individual and institutional shortcomings, gender equity in healthcare leadership can be achieved and can provide economic and social health benefits for everyone in the United States.
May 8, 2019
In many industries, including long-term care facilities, one is elevated to the C-suite not only through networking and negotiation but also through simply outlasting colleagues. As a result, many of the current demographics in leadership are reflective of a decades-old system and its inherent imbalances.
February 20, 2019
Women drive healthcare. They are the industry's biggest consumers and workers. They serve as caregivers in their homes and make most decisions for their family's health. Why is it, then, that of the 40 Fortune 500 healthcare companies, not a single one is helmed by a woman?
October 12, 2018
Companies are increasingly concerned about the mental and physical health of their employees because happy and healthy employees create a more productive and efficient workforce, therefore increasing their bottom line.