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- CEOs gird for shakeout. Solovy, Alden // AHA News;05/06/96, Vol. 32 Issue 18, p6
Reports on the concerns of academic medical center chief executive officers (CEO) in New York City over possible shakeout in the city which was discussed during CEOs' panel discussion at the New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center. Importance of demonstrating geographic coverage for academic...
- Hospital CEO Turnover Continues Decline in 2002. // Healthcare Executive;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p44
Focuses on the decline of hospital chief executive officer turnover in the U.S. Tracking of the rate of turnover by the American College of Healthcare Executives.
- Leading Detroit-area hospitals. // Corporate Detroit;Feb97, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p39
Presents a list of chief executive officers of leading hospitals in Detroit, Michigan. Includes Michael Serilla of Bon Secours Michigan; Timothy Bryan of Detroit-Macomb Hospital Corp.; David Campbell of The Detroit Medical Center; Gail Warden of Henry Ford Health System Inc.
- Hospital CEO turnover by state. // Modern Healthcare;04/07/97, Vol. 27 Issue 14, p60
Provides information on a survey by the American College of Healthcare Executives, on the status of the hospitals in the United States' chief executive officers (CEO). Information on officers who gained or losed their jobs in 1996; State with the largest turnover of CEOs; States with no turnover.
- Wishard taps new CEO from within hospital. Adams, Brent // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/29/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 43, p29
Reports on the designation of Lisa E. Harris as chief executive and medical director of the Indianapolis hospital in Indiana.
- More CEOs leave posts. // AHA News;5/1/95, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p5
Presents data regarding hospital chief executive officer turnover rates in the United States in 1994. Increase in turnover rates.
- CEO shuffle a hot dance. Wolf, Carol // Crain's Cleveland Business;2/7/94, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p15
Explains the high turnover rate for chief executive officers (CEO) at Cleveland, Ohio-area hospitals. Increased competition and industry overcapacity in the healthcare field; Constant need for new administrators who can adapt to the more competitive, innovative and market-driven environment;...
- Part 2: Health care honchos. Berry, Pam // Corporate Detroit;Mar1995, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p43
Profiles the chief executive officers and other top executives of hospitals and related companies in Detroit, Michigan. Name of executive; Position; Name of hospital; Personal information; Education; Career history; Major career accomplishments; Professional plans; Interests; Profile on the...
- The new CEOs. Lutz, Sandy // Modern Healthcare;10/17/94, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p36
Focuses on newly-appointed hospital chief executives in the United States in 1994. Experience in capitated contracting; Operation of managed-care organizations; Executive skills necessary for changing health care market; Team-building skills. INSET: Home-grown CEO takes helm (profile of...