Report calls on hospital execs to involve medical-staff leaders

December 1995
AHA News;12/18/95, Vol. 31 Issue 50, p5
Trade Publication
Focuses on a report showing the role of the medical-staff president in the decision-making process along with chief executive officers and board members to have effective leadership in hospitals in the United States. Case studies of organizations that show how leadership teams handle common hospital problems; Completion of the Partnership Study ny the American Medical Association and consulting firm Ernst & Young.


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