Long-term care and other healthcare organizations are looking to diversify the membership of their boards of directors, and rightly so. Increasingly, diversity is a cornerstone of board health and success. It is critically important that trustees offer diverse and distinct viewpoints, as well as represent the varied constituencies which they serve
More than 80% of healthcare organizations have a written severance agreement with their CEO, according to a new survey.
Whatever the situation, "experienced" long-term care leaders looking for work need to understand that the landscape is different.
Rachel L. Polhemus has been promoted from consultant to senior partner at Witt/Kieffer, after working at the firm for nearly 10 years.
A medical device excise tax scheduled to hit Jan. 1 is causing uncertainty among manufacturers and providers, a healthcare expert recently noted. The 2.3% tax will affect sales of Food & Drug Administration-approved devices that are used by a physician or in a physician's office.
A medical device excise tax scheduled to hit Jan. 1 is causing uncertainty among manufacturers and providers, a healthcare expert said Monday.
Retirement is not for everyone. Exhibit A is my father, who enjoyed retirement from being a school superintendent for about five minutes before he became a part-time consultant. Exhibit B is a long-term care executive I know who will be carried out on a gurney before giving up control of his domain.
A new rise in healthcare jobs is good news for executives in senior care, an expert said Friday.