Long-term care leaders need self-awareness, partnerships to avoid the 'Founder's Trap,' CEO panel advisesJuly 22, 2014
Strong leaders must be vigilant or they could stifle a company's innovation and growth, a CEO panel said Monday at the 2014 LINK LTC and Senior Living Conference in Chicago.
The Lincoln Intelligence Group will holds its 10th annual LINK Conference from July 21 to July 23 at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers. Ninety provider companies have been invited to participate.
Innovation in healthcare may depend on the concept of "co-opetition," i.e. cooperative competition, which is largely dormant in the long-term care market, one industry leader says. But providers can be a driving force in new ideas coming to market, he said. Judges picked a winner among new technology products at LINKTank.
Long-term care providers must have a collaborative mindset if they want to join an accountable care organization, according to a panel of experts at the LINK LTC & Senior Living Conference. Top executives from the payer organizations discussed ideal characteristics of ACO partners.