Top Skills for Top Executives

September 2013
HealthLeaders Magazine;Sep2013, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p32
The article presents a panel discussion on healthcare leadership in the U. S. Topics include new skills and competencies needed by healthcare executives, importance of relationships in the workplace, and changes in healthcare finance and incentives. The roundtable features several speakers including Bruce Elegant, Dave Brooks, and Michael Schnieders.


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